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KinderReg2024

Kindergarten Registration 2024

We will begin to accept kindergarten registration packets as of Wednesday, February 14th, 2024.

If you know someone whose child was born on or before July 31st, 2019, please help us by relaying this information to them.
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Morning Drop-Off Procedures

We are committed to ensuring the safety of our entire community. As a reminder:

-Parents are not allowed to park vehicles within the fire and bus lane in front of the cafeteria. This lane must remain clear for emergency vehicles and buses only. Please see the attached map for a visual.
-Parents can drop off their child(ren) in the front of school using the drop off lane. There is no parking allowed in the drop off lane.
-Parents of preschool students with badges, should park their vehicle in one of the school's designated parking lots prior to walking their child(ren) onto campus.
-Do not park by any of the fenced gates around the perimeter. These must remain clear for emergency vehicle access.
-Please reduce your speed in and around our school area. Be mindful and give yourself ample time to stop.
SQS2024

School Quality Survey for Parents 2024

Aloha DKIES Parents,
Thank you for being a part of our DKIES School Community. Your feedback is valuable to school improvement efforts. The School Quality Survey (SQS) measures your perceptions of the safety and well-being of your child and your satisfaction and involvement/engagement with your child’s school.

Parents, please complete one survey per child by March 15, 2024.

Here is the survey url: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2024SQSParent

Search for our school name: Inouye El

Please see the SQS parent letter attached for more information.

Thank you again for your support.

Our Mission

At Daniel K. Inouye Elementary, learners explore through hands-on experiences and inquiry-based learning to discover new ideas. We expect students to collaborate and communicate with each other and to rely on critical and creative thinking skills to gain new insights into their learning.