Kula Elementary School
Home of the Cougars
est. 1964 | elevation 2,713 ft.
🛫IMPORTANT: Student Travel🛬
Student travelers must follow all applicable state and county rules at the time of the trip, including compliance with any required COVID-19 testing or quarantine periods. The Department’s protocol for students who travel out-of-state must comply with the following four options to return to school:
Be fully vaccinated before the start of out-of-state travel and show proof of vaccination to the school.
If participating in the Safe Travels Pre-Travel Test program or if under 5 years of age, obtain a COVID-19 test after returning to Hawaii and show proof of both the pre- and post-travel test results to the school (if the traveler is under 5 years of age, the adult traveling companion must show proof of a negative pre-travel test result).
Quarantine for ten (10) days after returning to Hawaii.
Provide the school with proof of a COVID-19 diagnosis obtained during out-of-state travel and return is allowed upon completion of the 10-day isolation period, no fever for at least 24 hours without the use of medication, and symptoms resolving (i.e., no COVID-19 test or quarantine required).
Schools may request documentation of COVID-19 vaccination, negative test results or diagnosis and/or a travel itinerary. If health information is provided, it must be stored like a medical record. If documentation is not provided, the student who traveled out of state must wait for 10 days after returning to Hawaii before returning to school campus.
Kula School Family Handbook
The Kula School Family Handbook provides our parents and families with all the current information about our school. Topics include: School History, Mission & Vision, Policies & Procedures, Academic Programs, Student Services, Academic Enrichment, Clubs & Activities, School Committees, School Events and Parent Resources.
🎬Grade Level Welcome Videos🎬
Virtual Bulletin Board
Kula Elementary School
5000 Kula Highway
Kula, HI 96790
Kula Elementary School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. Click to Read the "Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement". The following people have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Lisa McClintock, School Principal firstname.lastname@example.org (808) 876-7610, OR Lesley Castellanos, Equity Specialist, Civil Rights Compliance Office Maui District email@example.com (808) 600-9417 OR the HIDOE's State Civil Rights Compliance Office at (808)586-3322.