Waimea Middle School
First schoolwide Piko of the 2021-2022 school year! Mrs. Mareko Photo
Aloha from Waimea Middle Public Conversion Charter School - Kamuela, Hawai'i!
We are proud to successfully returned for full in-person instruction for the 2021-2022 school year with comprehensive COVID safety protocols in place. We welcome an opportunity to talk with you about face-to-face learning including exciting, relevant academic curriculum and experiences and our comprehensive supports for all students. A campus tour can be scheduled too to see first-hand what makes us both safe and "A Place of Infinite Possibilities" for your child.
Questions? Please call (887-6090 Ext. 222) or email email@example.com. Please also contact us before coming to campus.
For more specifics about our "Face-To-Face Learning - Safely!" plan and protocols, including COVID safety mitigation, please see links below and also see the Principal Update and Recent Announcements page. MAHALO!
School Year Theme
A Place of Infinite Possibilities
Waimea Middle School empowers all students with the skills, values, and cultural understanding to successfully navigate high school and beyond.
IKAIR Core Values
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22-23 School Year: Please call/email school office if you need to register, or have questions: 808-887-6090 Ext. 222 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see Grade Level HUBs (links above) for more about your child's teacher team and assignments.
Free 2022 Summer TECH Camp - June 20 to July 1 for Incoming WMS 6th & 7th Grade Students.
Free Summer 2022 Learning Opportunities for Exiting 8th Graders headed into Honoka'a High in the fall!
Deadline for FREE DRESS DAY reward has passed but families still asked to please share their mana'o via this survey! MAHALO!
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