Community Engagement enables shared decision-making among the principal, teachers, school staff, parents, students, and community members to improve student achievement at KIS. The School Community Council (SCC) helps craft the school's Academic and Financial Plan, which sets the goals for the school, the programs, and the available resources to reach these goals. We meet once a month.
The SCC consists of a Principal, teachers staff, community parent, and student representatives. Members represent their role groups and collaborate to identify needs and make recommendations to their principals on academic and financial matters. Principals, in turn, consult the SCC on a variety of issues that affect student learning. As a parent representative you would provide the parent group perspectives on student achievement and school performance. You would be required to attend monthly meetings, the bi-annual school community forum, and participate in other activities, as needed, to engage the school community towards meeting school goals (chair an ad hoc committee, research, present, etc.)
2019-2020 Board Members and Contact Information:
Ms. Jill LaBoy , Principal
Mr. Jimmy Lee, Faculty Representative
Mr. Tony Rutledge, Parent Representative - 7th
Ms. Noelani Nitz, Parent Representative - 8th
Ms. Leah Maosi, Classified Staff Representative
Ms. Tiare Kekauha, Community Representative
8th Grade Student Representative
7th Grade Student Representative
Mrs. Carrie Perdue- Graham - Secretary and Parent Liaison (non-voting member)
Tentative Meeting Dates and Agendas and Minutes:
November 5, 2019 Agenda - cancelled
January 7, 2020 Agenda
February 4, 2020 Agenda
March 3, 2020 Agenda
April 7, 2020
May 5, 2020
SCC meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month,
at 3:00 p.m. in the Kailua Intermediate Library Conference Room.
2019-2020 Academic and Financial Plan
KIS Vision: Kailua Intermediate School Learners are empowered, compassionate, and inspired for the future.
KIS Mission: Kailua Intermediate School cultivates a safe, inclusive, and innovative environment to develop the potential of all learners to be successful.
UPDATED: January, 2020