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We have initiated our K-12 Distance Learning Plan (DLP) to provide continued quality learning for our haumāna at home, while monitoring this evolving situation with a COVID-19 surge across different parts of our state.

SY 2020-2021 Distance Learning Plan for  'Ohana

Aug. 13, 2020

Contributed by Shaundor Chillingworth

At Kamehameha Hawai‘i, it is our kuleana to maintain a sharp focus on the horizon so we are informed and prepared no matter what may come our way. The purpose of our SY 2020-2021 Distance Learning Plan is to describe the actions Kamehameha Hawai‘i will take to continue learning in the event of an extended school closure.

On August 12, 2020, Kamehameha Hawaiʻi announced an immediate transition to distance learning through at least August 31. This transition has been something we have planned for in the event conditions change. Due to the evolving COVID-19 surge in different parts of our state, we will act with an abundance of caution and care, recognizing the concerns of our ʻohana members, and in the interest of health and safety of haumāna, kumu, and ʻohana. While this situation remains fluid, we too need to be adaptive and pivot quickly in response to these changing conditions.

Here is an overview for ʻohana of the distance learning plan in place this year. Everything is designed to be seemless with the in-class experience, and shiftable should conditions allow us to return to face-to-face and hybrid instruction. Students who elected to be on distance learning prior to the start of the school year, will continue with their distance learning program through December. 

Download a PDF (updated 8.12.2020) instead.

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