Policies and Expectations
All students attending Kawananakoa Middle School are required to wear. the school uniform effective the first day of school. Please see the attached PDF for the full dress code policy.
Students in violation of the dress code policy will be given detention. Continued violations will result in a suspension. Inappropriate items, items improperly worn, and or items not worn within the dress code policy can also be confiscated by school staff and will only be returned to the student's parents.
Need new uniform shirts or jackets? Your parents can purchase them online at http://www.kawananakoauniforms.com
Students are expected to have consistent attendance for all their classes, as it is extremely important to academic success. Please see the attached document to learn more about student excused absences, unexcused absences, tardiness, and class cutting.
Be an Aliʻi Warrior
Students are expected to demonstrate Respect, Responsibility and Resiliency in all school environments including the classroom, hallways and walkways, the cafeteria, restrooms, and the internet. Please see the attached document for more details.
Students should be responsible and mindful while using technology. Please see the attached PDF on how to be appropriately use media.
Rewards and Recognition
Positive Behavior Tags
To continuously encourage our students to bring their best selves to school, we are recognizing students for their outstanding behavior. Ali’i Warriors that are caught demonstrating Respect, Responsibility, or Resilience will receive a KMS Positive Behavior Tag.
Once a month, students will have an opportunity to turn in these tags to redeem prizes! Please contact your grade level counselor for more information.
Ali`i Warrior Student Recognition
Every quarter, each grade level team recognizes two students who exemplify the Ali`i Warrior behavior expectations. There are multiple opportunities to demonstrate positive behaviors in class and out of class. Let's bring our best selves to school!
Ali`i Warrior Award recipients will be featured on the school’s closed circuit tv broadcast and in the school’s newsletter.