New Learning Programs!

Per our new School Reopening Plan, we will be offering two new programs to our Kona Pacific families to ensure the continuity of learning of all our students during this time of challenge.

The first program, our ʻIke Kumu (fundamental knowledge) blended learning program, will utilize an A/B model allowing half of those students in the program to be on site at any given time on alternate days: Group A students on Mondays and Thursdays, and Group B students on Tuesdays and Fridays. Wednesdays will continue to be our shorter day each week, and will be outside of the blended A/B group rotation.

Parents who wish, at least to begin the school year, to have their children learn entirely from home, with no time physically on campus, may choose our Palenaʻole (without boundaries) 100% remote learning program. In this program your child’s team of teachers will work with you and your child to support them in achieving their educational goals. This program is without boundaries not only because it is off campus but also because your child will work independently and at their own pace in their adventure of learning.

Please let the Office ( or our Student Records Coordinator, Jen Brant (, know your choice of learning program for your child for Quarter 1 by Friday, July 24 by filling out and submitting your KPPCS Instructional Program Choice Form.

We look forward to having a wonderful year of learning as we embrace the opportunities for innovation and growth that the current situation offers us.

School Reopening News!

Aloha Parents, Guardians, and Community Members!

Our summer break is winding down, and we have been working diligently to prepare for our school reopening after the nine weeks of school closure the last quarter of last year. Our new School Reopening Team, composed of teacher, admin, support staff, governing board, and parent representatives, including ten Kona Pacific parents, has created what we feel is a strong KPPCS School Reopening Plan 2020-2021. Please contact KPPCS Executive Director Phil if you have any questions about our new school reopening plan or about how Kona Pacific is responding to this pandemic situation.

Capital Campaign Progress

Your donation in any amount will help us reach our goal of 100% participation in our Capital Campaign! Stop by the office before the end of November and help us reach our goal. Cash, check, or credit cards are accepted. Receive a small jar of honey from Big Island Bees as a thank you