770 Keolu Dr.

Kailua, HI 96734

(808)266-7800 (P)

(808)266-7804 (F)

School Hours
Daily
7:55 First Bell
8:00 School Begins
2:10 Dismissal (1:20 Wednesday Early Dismissal)

Office Hours

Weekdays

7:00 AM-4:00 PM

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New Student Online Registration:

HIDOE now has an online option for parents or guardians of students who were not enrolled at a Hawaii public or charter school in the last school year (2019-2020) to register online for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.​  Click on the link below for instructions and more information on how to register online.

Note: Students enrolling in our public schools must have documentation proving they are residents of the state and if necessary, documents from their previous school and other legal documents. Resources and opt-outs exist for students in exceptional circumstances. 

Summer Program Survey

The following 2020 Summer Program Parent Survey https://bit.ly/2022SummerSurvey will help to inform the types of programs we may offer for the summer.  Your input and voice is valuable as we work to meet the needs of our students.  Please respond by Friday, January 21, 2022.  Mahalo for your support!

School Quality Survey

Please complete the SQS survey to help improve our school by 2/25/22.  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2022SQSParent

Family Literacy Program

Kailua High School's Family Resource Center is putting together a Family Literacy Program and we would like to get your feedback as part of our planning process. They are inviting our school's families to participate.

The training would include lessons on Basic Computer Skills, Internet Basics, Using E-mail, Google Docs, Supporting K-12 Distance Learning, Career Search Skills, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Powerpoint and Social Media.

Please let us know if you would be interested in participating by filling out this form.  The program will be face to face at Kailua High School, and probably at 11:00-1:00 p.m. on a weekday.  

https://forms.gle/iWbTKW6osd7UrQSRA

STRIVE HI Report

Click here to view the latest Strive HI Report, which measures how schools are doing

Books Are Treats Too Event

Do you have any books at home that you are not reading anymore? Are they just collecting dust and cluttering the book case? If they are in good condition and fall within the Pre-K through grade 6 reading range, then the book exchange is right for you! Click link above for more information

 

Please attend the School Community Council meeting on Thursday, September 30 at 5:00 p.m.  Click on this link:

meet.google.com/psn-znui-oko

Ohana Support Services-Parent Support Group information.  See 9/24/21 email sent to all families.

 

 

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Announcements

Important Dates

School Calendar

February

February 1-Kindergarten Registration Begins

 

January

Jan.1- Mar 1-Geographic Exception Requests Window

Jan. 10-Kolea Klubs begin

November

Novmber 25-26 Thanksgiving Holiday

November 18 SCC (5:00 pm- meet.google.com/xxy-jojy-gbp) and PTA (6:00 pm)  Meeting)

November 15-24 Canned Food Drive

November 18 6 p.m.-PTA Meeting

Zoom Link: (bit.ly/ELESPTAMtg)

Passcode: PTA

November 1-2 Parent Teacher Conferences-No School

October

October 20

National Unit Day-Wear Orange

October 29 5:30-8:00 p.m

Halloween Hustle

September

September 30

School Community Council Meeting at 5:00 p.m.

ʻOhana Help Desk

The ʻOhana Help Desk will provide self-service and chat support for families experiencing issues connecting to HIDOE systems remotely from home. The help desk will be able to assist with connectivity-related issues (e.g. network and wifi connectivity), access and security issues, device support (e.g. devices, applications, software updates) and general IT support.  Visit this Hawaii DOE site for details, or click on the blue button below to access the 'Ohana Help Desk Site.

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Messages from our ELES Faculty/Staff

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Windward Zero Waste Hui members teach ELES Students about composting.
Enchanted Lake Elementary School Students Practice Coding Using Ozobots.
Enchanted Lake Elementary School Students Practice Coding Using Ozobots.

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Ozobot following drawn code on a piece of paper
Ozobot following drawn code on a piece of paper

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Enchanted Lake Elementary School Students Practice Coding Using Ozobots.
Enchanted Lake Elementary School Students Practice Coding Using Ozobots.

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Enchanted Lake Elementary School Students Practice Coding Using Ozobots.
Enchanted Lake Elementary School Students Practice Coding Using Ozobots.

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Students Learn about circuitry through a STEM enrichment class by using Eerie Orbs. They also learn about coding using Ozobots.
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Enchanted Lake Elementary School is a US Department of Education National Blue Ribbon School