Technology @ Kalaheo

All Kalaheo High School students participate in our one-to-one Chromebook program which is an integral part of our Google Apps for Education (GAFE) initiative. GAFE supports classroom collaboration, increases communication between teachers and students, provides users with easy tools that engage students anytime, anywhere, and on any device.  The Chromebook and GAFE programs help ensure our students are college and career ready. 
 
ONLINE Classes
 
For the 2020-21 School Year, Kalaheo High School is offering the 100% Distance Education option, Acellus. If you are currently on the Acellus program track and need help or have questions, please contact Mr. Quigley (dquigley@kalaheohigh.k12.hi.us) or Mr. Lin, VP (jlin@kalaheohigh.k12.hi.us). 
 
Kalaheo High School has established a hybrid/blended learning lab to support students interested in taking online courses during their school day. If this is of interest to you, please speak to your counselor to get more information on classes available.
 
Where can I go for tech help? 
  1. Sign up for 1:1 time on our Kalaheo Tech Appointment Calendar
  2. Email or Jupiter Message any of the tech team (see below) 
  3. The DOE's Ohana Help Desk Site 
  4. Check your "Student Document Library" for links to important school docs and information.
Important forms
 
TRUG: Technology Responsible Use Guidelines are set by the DOE. Students MUST abide by these guidelines when on DOE Campuses, on DOE Google Accounts, and when using any devices provided by the school. 
 
TRUF: Technology Responsible Use Form is the form Students and Parents must sign to acknowledge reading the TRUG. It must be signed every school year.
 
Chromebook Loan Agreement is Kalaheo's contract for students to receive and use a school issued Chromebook. It must be signed every school year. 
Online Guides