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Milalani Town District and Curriculum

The Mililani Town schools, under the guidance of the Hawaii State Department of Education (DOE), strive to produce students who can handle the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and enter post-secondary education without remediation. To this end, Mililani Town schools and the DOE uphold six General Learner Outcomes, which include the ability to ethically use technology, solve problems, and work effectively with others.

We currently cover the following Milalani Town-area school district: Hawaii Public Schools.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Milalani Town District Curriculum

In addition to maintaining quality learning opportunities in core subjects, such as the Sciences and Social Studies, the CCSS revamps English Language Arts and Math instruction. Both will attain a greater focus on in-depth understanding. In math, students will learn the logic behind equations, instead of simply memorizing how to perform them. In ELA, students will be expected to critically assess texts and produce writing which is reflective of this critical ability.

Starting in 2016, students must earn three credits in math and four credits in English in order to graduate from Mililani High School. Students are also required to complete a Personal Transition Plan (PTP) before graduation, the purpose of which is to prepare students for an easy, successful transition to a career or to college. This PTP calls for students to attend Advisory classes throughout high school and complete all tasks assigned by Advisory teachers. The Hawaii State Board of Education oversees the Personal Transition Plan policy.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Milalani Town Educational News

  • State Assessment Show Great Gains - The Hawaii State Department of Education’s 2012 assessment disclosed that both math and reading scores increased across all grade levels. The state gained 5 percentage points in reading and math proficiency, which Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi credits to the dedication of students and educators.
  • New Athletics Program - Seventh- and eighth-graders in the Zones of School Innovation will now have greater access to extracurricular activities with the implementation of a new Intermediate Athletics initiative. This step toward realizing the Strategic Plan upheld by the Hawaii State Board of Education and the Department of Education is intended to raise student performance through engagement in activities outside the classroom.
  • Custom Culture Design Contest - Moanalua High School has taken its place as one of 50 semifinalists in the VANS Custom Culture design contest for 2013. This year marks Moanalua’s fourth successive year in the semifinals and has given many students a chance to show how their artistic talents can be used in career oriented pursuits.

Milalani Town Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Tips for Writing Better Essays

Just like applying to college or studying effectively, writing quality essays is all about planning. Whether the essay must be done quickly, as in a test setting, or more time is given, such as a homework assignment, a well-written essay starts with two important planning strategies: brainstorming and outlining. During brainstorming, students should produce as many ideas as possible relevant to the topic. After choosing the most important points from the brainstorm material, students can then begin outlining. An outline is like a map to an essay; once completed, the writer has an idea of what information to place where, and can then begin writing. By following these two simple steps, students should see improvement in the depth of information and the coherency of their essays.