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UPDATE: Aloha Students and Parents. Chromebooks will be distributed on Wednesday, April 8th and Thursday, April 9th from 10am to 11am for A-K and 11am to 12pm for L-Z. Student and Parent/Guardian must be present to sign a liability form. Please understand the following: Devices are for school related work only Devices are expected to be returned to the school without damages within 5 days of returning to school, or by May 30th, whichever comes first Students will be held accountable for any loss or damage A pick up date and location will be arranged with all students needing devices A parent must be present in order to pick up devices because two forms must be signed before the device is released Mahalo. For questions, please call (808) 664-0317... ........ALL Hawaii DOE School is closed due to the COVID-19 Virus until April 30th. For Emergency Inquiries please call - (808)664-0317......Please check our COVID-19 Information and Update Page below. Mahalo.............Message from Ms. Debralyn Arellanos and Miss Kristy Arakawa:  Lahainaluna High School Class of 2020 Seniors and Parents, here is our Google Voice Numbers: Debralyn - 708-967-6187 Kristy - 419-967-6188 We are concerned that you or your parents are not answering the phone. We suspect that it's because you don't recognize our Google Voice Number. Please save this Number. Mahalo!
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Text-A-Tip

Text-A-Tip is a program that allows students and teachers to report with 100% confidentiality, unlawful, dangerous and unsafe activities that you may see. The number is (408) 695-3859.

The purpose of this program is to encourage a culture of learning and safety for ALL of our students. With many dangerous incidents happening in schools both around our nation and in our own state, it is important that we each take an active role in promoting a positive climate. As it says on the poster, we encourage you to text a tip when you see fighting, bullying, theft, harassment, vapes, drugs, alcohol, or insubordination.

The way this works is that you would text a tip and someone will respond. When texting a tip, you do not need to give your name, you simply tell us where the incident is occurring, give us a description of name of the violator and we will take it from there. The person will respond to you via text for more information if needed. Please be assured that we will not know who you are when we receive your text - HOWEVER, if the text is threatening, vulgar or false, the Maui Police Department will provide us with a name and the false text offender will be reprimanded.

We do not want any of you to feel "forced" to participate in this program, but want to encourage each of you to help us keep our campus safe. We are a community on campus and we are only as safe as the programs and supports we put in place. I ask that you keep an open mind and appreciate that we have this new program.

Thank you all for your time, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask your teacher, counselor, security or administrator.