Values the dignity and worth of each individual member of the school community. Involves parents, community, staff and students in teaching and learning. Supports each individual’s academic, personal, and professional growth. Inspires life-long learning among the school community members. Opens doors to encourage and develop new ideas to meet the ever-changing needs of the students. Nurtures a positive, safe, exciting and enjoyable environment.
A mandatory athletic parent meeting will be held for all parents whose children are participating in soccer. Parents who attended this meeting earlier because their child played another sport for our school (volleyball, cross country, basketball or cheerleading) DO NOT need to attend. The meeting will be in the library on Tuesday, February 27th from 5pm - 5:30pm. Any questions, please contact Mr. Maa at 305-1289.
Act 262 requires the development and implementation of concussion monitoring and education program for school athletics and youth athletic activities. It also requires school athletics to administer concussion testing to student athletes (ages 9-18), and implementing a concussion awareness program for youth athletics.
To fulfill this requirement, the Hawaii Concussion Awareness and Management Program (HCAMP) provides Hawaii's physically active community and medical sector with evidence-based research education, support, and resources to manage concussions via an online concussion education tool.
It is required all school administrators, coaches, and parents/guardians/caregivers of student athletes complete this online program annually.
Please have all parties complete the online program prior to the start of the soccer and track seasons. Please remind all to input person's name, student's name, school, and sport before leaving website. Click on this headline to be directed to the online program
To help prepare our students for the end of the year Smarter Balance Summative State Assessments our teachers utilize the Interim Comprehensive Assessments (ICA). These ICA's are based on the same blueprint used for the corresponding Summative Assessments. During the week of February 20 -23 our students will be taking the ICA for english language arts (ELA). There are sections on these assessments where passages are read out loud to students, therefore requiring students to have earbuds to hear these passages. Earbuds were included in our school supply list. Please make sure your child has their earbuds for next weeks assessment. Bluetooth ear pods are NOT acceptable because they can be paired with multiple devices. For more information about our State Assessments please click on this headline.
We, the people of the Moanalua Middle School learning community, are COMMITTED to EXCELLENCE. Building on the strengths and diversity of our community, we work together to meet ALL challenges so every student experiences success in learning and contributes to our community.