Kula Elementary School

Home of the Cougars

est. 1964 | elevation 2,713 ft.

Kindergarten Registration is ongoing for the 2022-23 school year.

Your child must be 5 years old by July 31st, 2022.

Click here or picture above for full info

2022-23 School Supply Lists Now Available

Kindergarten 3rd Grade

1st Grade 4th Grade

2nd Grade 5th Grade

Click each grade level to view or the picture to see all grades.

🎈2022-23 Pre-K registration Now Open🎈

🚨 IMPORTANT!! 🚨

Distance Learning Option Flyer

1DL New Parents-Brochure.pdf

🛫IMPORTANT: Student Travel🛬

Out of State Travel Guidelines as of February 2022

This information is copy and pasted directly from the February 1, 2022 version of the DOE:

COVID 19 Health and Safety Guidelines for School Year 2021-2022 (page 23)


Student travelers must follow all applicable international, state, and county requirements at the time of the trip. See Safe Travels Hawai'i for detailed information about those requirements.


Students who travel out-of-state must also complete one of the following pathways to return to school:


1. Be up to date with vaccines before the return flight to Hawai‘i and show proof of vaccination to the school; or


2. Test for COVID-19 (2 steps)

a. Students ages 5 and older must show proof of:

i. Safe Travels pre-travel test result and

ii. A post-travel test result (see a list of acceptable tests at https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel-partners under “Domestic Trans-Pacific Trusted Testing Partners”)

b. Students under 5 years of age must show proof of:

i. The travel companion’s vaccination or Safe Travels pre-travel test result and

ii. Their own post-travel test result (see a list of acceptable tests at https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel-partners under “Domestic Trans-Pacific Trusted Testing Partners”); or


3. Stay home

a. Students stay home for 5 days after returning to Hawai‘i

b. Students not able to mask consistently and correctly (e.g., mask exemption or preschool) stay home for 10 days after returning to Hawai‘i; or


4. Within 90 days of COVID-19 infection, show proof of the COVID-19 diagnosis and return to school after the isolation period is complete, no fever for 24 hours without the use of medication, and symptoms improved (i.e., no COVID-19 test or quarantine required if asymptomatic).


Hawaii Safe Travels information can be found here http://www.hawaiicovid19.com/travel-partners and here HawaiiCovid19.com

***This policy DOES NOT apply to travel between the Hawaiian Islands ***


Please follow these guidelines to assure a safe and healthy return to school.

Any questions please call the school office.

Parent & Student Handbook-2021-22

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.

🥗🍎 FREE SCHOOL MEALS FOR ALL! 🍎🥗

The Department is pleased to announce that all students at Hawaiʻi’s 257 public schools statewide will receive free breakfast and lunch meals for the entirety of the 2021-22 school year, thanks to a nationwide waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).


Please review the letter attached for more info


2021-07-15-OFO-SFSB-Free-School-Meals.pdf

Important Information

Daily health/Wellness Check and Travel Guidelines: CLICK HERE

Virtual Bulletin Board

1st grade Wild Thing ArtWhole school various Art Class Fall selections4th grade group project, The Hawaiian Caste System5th grade portrait and goal settingKindergarten Owl watercolor drawings with Owl poemKindergarten Spookley's Pumpkin Patch art5th grade animal reports5th grade mandala artYellow and Pink Post-it notes from individual students with messages of thanking our cafeteria workers create the words "thank you"

Kula Elementary School

5000 Kula Highway

Kula, HI 96790

Phone: 808-876-7610

Fax: 808-876-7616

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 lisa.mcclintock@k12.hi.us (808) 876-7610, OR Lesley Castellanos, Equity Specialist, Civil Rights Compliance Office Maui District lcastellanos@crco.k12.hi.us (808) 600-9417 OR the HIDOE's State Civil Rights Compliance Office at (808)586-3322.