- ADA Notice & Request for Accommodations
- Free & Reduced Price Meal Application Information
- McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act
- Notice of Language Assistance
- Parent/Guardian Email Communications Authorization Form
- Student Privacy - Student Publication & Audio Release
- Student Privacy - Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)
Internet use for educational purposes is provided to all staff and students at Haha`ione. However, the user needs to sign an Technology Responsible Use Form (TRUF) to use the internet at school. Students also attend an internet class in grades 3-5 to be aware of proper netiquette and internet safety tips.
Student Internet Policy and Student Publication/Audio Release forms to be completed by all students.
Students and staff members also sign a publication/audio release form. This form allows the school to use media for educational purposes that are described within the form. If a parent, guardian, or eligible student submits a written request for non-disclosure, sometimes referred to as an "opt out," HIDOE may not disclose the student's directory information per the non-disclosure request. The school will accept a signed and dated letter from the parent, guardian, or eligible student.
Parent Notification and Guide to Student Information Privacy in Hawaii Public Schools (ver 2016)
Replacing the Non-Disclosure Opt Out form and to be completed ONLY if parent/guardian slected NO on the Student Publication/Audio Release form.
G Suite for Education (formerly Google Apps for Education) form is for students in grades 2 to 5. Students are provided with a school gmail account to collaboratively create, edit and share files and websites for school-related projects as well as to communicate by email with their teachers and classmates. The form further describes the tools and student responsibilities for using such services. As with any education endeavor, a strong partnership with families is essential for a success learning experience.
Internet Safety Tips
At Haha`ione we promote safe enjoyment of technology. Here are some resources to enable parents, carers and students to better understand e-safety so everyone can enjoy the internet safely and responsibly.