- On Tuesday, April 22nd, LCPCS will host our first annual Earth Day Fair. It will be a day long event for students, staff, and community members. We invite anyone who is interested to join us for a day full of hands on activities including poi pounding, air layering, and introducation to beekeeping, and composting. Registration will begin at 8:30a in the cafeteria, and workshops will begin at 9am. Parking will be on our school's baseball field. The Earth Day Fair and all workshops are FREE, but a limited number of Earth Machines composing bins will be available for purchase for $10 (limit 1 per household). Tuesdays lunch will be a Farm-to-School lunch, made entirley of locally farmed meats and vegetables. A limited amount of lunches will be available to the public. If you would like to order a lunch please call the school in advance to make a reservation. If you have any questions about the Earth Day Fair please contanct LCPCS Agriculture/Music teacher, Mr. Todd Otake, at the school, 962-2200. We are excited to be offering this great opportunity for experiential learning for our students and community. Hope to see you there!
- The next Governing Board meeting will be the April Regular Board Meeting on Tuesday, 4/22 at 5:30p in the Band Room. View the meeting announcements here:
- Proposals to the Board for the next meeting (5/27/14) are DUE Monday 5/12. The proposal form and process can be found on the Governing Board: Board Proposals page.
- Support our Secondary Students who created Team LCPCS to participate in the Big Island AIDS Walk on April 12th. This is a great way for them to contribute to our island home in a charitable way. Mahalo to Ms. Kristina Ryan of BISAC for organizing this. Sponsor Team LCPCS HERE.
- It was wonderful to have students, parents, staff, board members, alumni and community members attend the presentation on The Japanese American Experience During WW II and its Legacy by Mr. Terry Shima, a graduate of Laupahoehoe high school class of 1940. For those that were not able to attend and asked about having the presentation recorded, we are working with 1st grade teacher, Mrs. Smith's husband, Dr. Jeff Smith, to get copies of the presentation that he coordinated with Mr. Shima at the University. We will let everyone know when that becomes available. More information on the presentation and a short bio on Mr. Shima can be found HERE. Like our Facebook page to see pictures from this visit and get other updates from the school.
- We now have an online calendar! See important school dates (no school days, field trips,in-school events) and community events anywhere you have internet access. Go to www.calendarwiz.com/lcpcs and check it out!
More announcements can be found on the Current Events page
It's time for Open Enrollment!
Now - May 31st
Open enrollment began on March 1st. For more information on enrollment procedures visit the Enrollment page
- Kindergarten Registration age has changed: Your child must be 5 on or before July 31 to enter Kindergarten
- Space is available in the following grades for next school year:
- Elementary - grade K & 3
- Middle School - grade 7
- High School grades 9 through 12
"To emphasize hands on learning and academic success where every student is known and valued, using community partnerships and resources while instilling traditional cultural values."
-LCPCS Mission Statement