Perseverance Respect Integrity Discipline Excellence
Drone Footage of School Campus
How We Stay Safe:
Do Daily Wellness Check: Stay Home if Sick
Masks Indoors and Outdoors
Frequent and Correct Handwashing
Our next Vaccination Clinic - which includes boosters and vaccination for ages 5 and up - will be on 2022 January 28!
We Care about the Whole Child! (Social, Emotional, Mental and Physical Well-Being)
AIS Virtual Open House
2021-09-15: Watch the recording
I is for Integrity and D is for Discipline
We are focusing on INTEGRITY and DISCIPLINE for Quarter 3!
2022 January 4 First Day of Quarter 3 for Students
2022 January 17 Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday -No School/Office Closed
2022 January 18 School Community Council Meeting (online) 2:30pm
2022 January 28 AIS and Times Pharmacy Second Shot and Vaccinations Clinic with boosters and ages 5 and up
2022 February 4 Complex Waiver Day - No School (Teachers Professional Development)
Aiea Intermediate School will be hosting another COVID-19 vaccination clinic on January 7th & January 28th from 9am-12pm in the library. If your child has not yet been vaccinated please consider having them get protected against COVID-19. Consent forms and vaccine fact sheets can be found here.
This is open to anyone who is a staff member or student at Aiea Intermediate School, vaccinated or unvaccinated and is a great tool for surveillance purposes to manage the effects of COVID-19 on our school community.
All information is secure and private. Students need to have guardian consent to register and be tested, no student will be tested without parental or guardian permission and consent in advance. Go to https://home.color.com/covid/sign-up/start?partner=HHS-AieaIntermediateSchool-148-Adult-Students to register. Unfortunately at this time it is not for families or community members.
Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provides parent(s)/guardian(s) of a HIDOE student, the right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teacher(s) and if the child is provided services by paraprofessionals and, if so their qualifications.
Thanks to a nationwide waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), all students at Hawaii's 257 public schools statewide will receive free breakfast and lunch for the entirety of SY 2021-2022. A parent letter sent home encourages you to continue to submit the Free and Reduced Price Meal applications since the information derived from the applications will continue to directly impact Title I eligibility and other benefits such as bus transportation and the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) food assistance program.