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News Archives-2020-2021

Aloha MMS Ohana,
Please join us for a Parent & Principal meeting on Thursday, October 15th at 5:00pm on Google Meets. Our principal will be sharing the latest updates on our school including attendance policies and transitioning from Virtual to Blended learning. Please do not miss out on this important and informative meeting. We look forward to seeing you there!
Google Meets:
Join by Phone: (US) +1 617-675-4444‬
PIN: ‪662 602 052 0914‬#
Aloha MMS students and families,
You should be receiving mid-quarter progress reports in the mail in the next couple of days.
Grading procedures have been amended to accommodate the disruption in school learning for the start of the school year.
Students will receive an S-satisfactory or a U-unsatisfactory, indicating progress for each class.
Letter grades will be given at the end of the first quarter. Please keep in mind that mid-quarter reports are not part of a student's permanent record.
If you have any questions regarding your child's progress please reach out to individual teachers. Staff emails are listed at
Aloha MMS Ohana,
Just a friendly reminder, Virtual Learning will continue September 8th through the end of first quarter, October 2.
Pod A & B students will be doing virtual learning. Copy of the official letter: Community Letter 3.pdf
Students please make sure to log in, on time, to every period that is on the bell schedule for the day.
Pod A students must join live classes using google classroom on Monday & Tuesdays. Extended Learning on Thursday and Friday.
Pod B students must join live classes using Google classroom on Thursday and Friday. Extended Learning on Monday and Tuesday.
Both Pods A & B must join their SEL classes on Wednesdays using Google Classroom.
Attendance is taken so please make sure to follow the bell schedule and check your google classrooms. You can find the bell schedule in your email MMS Bell Schedule 20-21.pdf as well as online at
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we are transitioning into a new proactive approach in ensuring the health and safety of our students and staff.
Take care and stay safe!
Pandemic EBT-Program Round 2 - Info for CEP Schools
What is P-EBT? The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program is part of a food assistance plan approved by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, and authorized by the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, for eligible students who attend kindergarten through grade 12. Students who are enrolled in a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program school are automatically eligible to receive this benefit. No action is needed.
This program is administered by the Hawaiʻi Department of Human Services. All inquiries for the Hawaiʻi P-EBT Program should be emailed to: [email protected]
How Does this Work? There are three ways the P-EBT will be distributed.
1. KOKUA EBT CARD - For families that received P-EBT benefits last school year (2019-20) and are Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) households, P-EBT benefits will automatically be deposited to their existing Kokua EBT card beginning September 29, 2020. The P-EBT benefits can be used the same way as their Kokua EBT card.
2. HAWAIʻI P-EBT CARD - Families that had received P-EBT benefits for the school year 2019-20 and are eligible for P-EBT benefits for this school year 2020-21 will have their benefits loaded to their previously issued card (white card with black lettering) beginning Sept. 29th.
  • What if we misplaced our card? If your Kokua EBT or Hawaiʻi P-EBT card has been lost or disposed of and a replacement card is needed, call the Fidelity Information Service (FIS) customer service at 1-888-328-4292. If you received a notification of eligibility letter during SY19-20 but did not receive a card, you will need to get a replacement card.
  • What if we never got a notification letter or card? If your child received free or reduced price meals or was in a CEP school in SY19-20 and you did NOT receive a notification letter or a Hawaiʻi P-EBT Card, please provide a current address to your child’s school by Tuesday, Sept. 22 AND email: [email protected] with your name, your current address, student name(s), student school(s), and date(s) of birth.
3. FAMILIES NEW TO THE HAWAIʻI P-EBT PROGRAM AND ELIGIBLE - Families that are from new CEP schools and did not receive P-EBT for the 2019-20 school year will be mailed a Hawaiʻi P-EBT card (white card with black lettering).
  • Important Note: Families new to the program that are mailed a Hawaiʻi P-EBT card will receive a card in the name of EACH eligible student. New Hawaiʻi P-EBT accounts will have their cards mailed beginning September 29, 2020. This is different from the previous benefit issuance in which the card was issued in the name of the eldest child in the same household.
How Much Will Families Receive? Eligible families can receive up to the following amount for each child enrolled in school: August 2020: $136, September 2020: $150
Maximum for the 2-month period of School Year 2020-21: $286 per child.
Correct Mailing Address? Please ensure that your child’s school has the correct mailing address NO LATER THAN September 22, 2020. For Hawaiʻi P-EBT Program Inquiries, email: [email protected]
September 13, 2020
Dear Molokai School Community,
This is an announcement about precautions being taken due to a positive COVID-19 case involving a Molokai High School employee. The affected employee was last on the Molokai High School campus on Friday, September 4th and had minimal interaction with staff and no interaction with students. Any impacted areas were professionally cleaned and disinfected over the weekend.
The case had the potential to indirectly affect meal service at multiple campuses.
We extend a sincere mahalo to Rep. Lynn DeCoite for her kōkua in securing an alternative provider for student meals during this temporary period. This will allow for uninterrupted grab-and-go meal service for our students.
Out of an abundance of caution, there will be a modification starting tomorrow, Monday, September 14th, to the grab-and-go pick-up location for Molokai High and Molokai Middle.
The grab-and-go location for Molokai Middle and Molokai High (shared distribution) will change to the bus lane fronting Molokai High until further notice.
Grab-and-go locations will remain the same for Maunaloa Elementary and Kaunakakai Elementary.
All grab-and-go times will remain the same
Maunaloa Elementary: Breakfast 7:15-7:45 a.m., Lunch 11:15-11:45 a.m.
Kaunakakai Elementary: Breakfast 7:15-7:45 a.m., Lunch 11:00-11:30 a.m.
Molokai Middle/Molokai High: Breakfast 7:15-7:45 a.m., Lunch 12:00-12:30 p.m.
We will update families if there are any other changes. Thank you for your continued support and cooperation.
Administration of Molokai High School, Molokai Middle School, Kaunakakai Elementary School and Maunaloa Elementary School.
Aloha MMS Ohana,
We are asking you to please fill out the MMS Feedback Survey for the 2nd Quarter. We are trying to bring back as many students as we safely can for Quarter 2. Please help us make these decisions by providing your feedback by 2:00pm, Thursday, September 10. You can find the survey in your email, text message, and on our school's website at Thank you!
Please read the following
concerning Virtual Learning for all students for the 1st Quarter.
Aloha Middle School ʻOhana,
Molokai Middle School is taking a proactive approach to ensure the health and safety of its students and staff. The students in Pods A & B will start virtual learning from HOME on Thursday, September 3, and on Friday, September 4. There are no schedule changes for students in Acellus (Pod C) and ‘O Hina I Ka Malama (Pod D) and will proceed with their respective programs as scheduled. More information will be forthcoming.
Aloha Menehune Farmer ʻOhana,
The "Mobile Hub" has traveled to different school sites on the island for the last couple of weeks. Many families have taken advantage of the "Mobile Hub" in their communities, where they have been quite successful in tutoring students from K-12. Please click on the link below to complete the survey. We will love to hear from you on your thoughts on the "Mobile Hub."
Aloha Menehune Farmer 'Ohana,
All Molokai Principals invite you to the 2nd Molokai Schools Reopening Parent Q & A Meeting on...
July 29, 2020, at 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm.
Kainoa Pali
Join with Google Meet
Join by phone ‪(US) +1 470-222-7656‬ PIN: ‪579 522 588‬#
Molokai Middle School
Distribution Day Drive-By
Monday, August 3, 2020
MHS Football Parking Lot
(Entrance: West of parking lot by fire station)
Pick up your child’s Registration Packet, Computer Laptop, Uniforms, and Pay Student Dues.
-Masks must be worn at all times.
-Please make sure to bring YOUR OWN PEN and something hard to write on as you will need it to fill out and sign papers.
-Please DO NOT get out of your car at any time.
-There will be 2 separate lines one for 7th & 8th grade, please look out for signs for directions.
-Required STUDENT DUES $11. There is an optional Athletic Fee of $10. *CASH ONLY; EXACT CHANGE*
***Uniform pickup will be located in the Molokai High School staff parking lot***
7th Grade
VIRTUAL Orientation
Meet the teachers and get a virtual tour of the campus!
Wed. Aug 12, 2020


Google Meets
Join by phone: Dial-in: (US) +1 302-505-1231
PIN: 472 118 277#
Not to worry! You can stop by the Molokai Middle School Office from 8:00a-2:00p, Mon.-Fri., to pick up a Registration Packet & a Laptop for your child.
-Masks must be worn at all times.
-Please sanitize hands before entering the office.
-Please practice 6ft social distancing.
-Only 3 people in the office at a time.
-Please make sure to bring YOUR OWN PEN.
-Required STUDENT DUES $11. There is an optional Athletic Fee of $10. *CASH ONLY; EXACT CHANGE*
How to access your
7th Grade Google Classroom
Aloha MMS Ohana,
Please take the time to fill out this survey. 21st Century and UPLINK are collecting information from households regarding afterschool programs this school year. Please complete the survey below and return by Monday, September 07, 2020
21CCLC & UPLINK SY20-21 Survey

Come and pick up your child's uniforms on Monday, July 29th at the MHS in room A102 from 8:00am to 4:00pm.
Any questions? Please feel free to call our Uniform Vendor: Something For Everybody at 553-3299
Student Registration
Friday, July 26th -Wednesday, August 7th
7th & 8th grade parents please come and stop by the MMS office to pick up your child's registration packet. Registration packets will be available to pick up, Monday - Friday from 8:00am to 2:30pm.
Friendly reminder: Student dues/fees are $11, and optional $10 for athletics.