What will school look like at Pacific Heritage Academy during COVID-19?
2nd Term begins on Tuesday, October 20, 2020 Please visit our COVID-19 ONLINE schedule & Kumu websites for current announcements.
A message from our Principal...
October 19, 2020
Aloha mai PHA Families, We all hope youʻre doing well during this time and that your families are all healthy and strong. I wanted to thank you all for what you are doing for your children and for your support as we undertake another term of Online Learning. I know it is tough and our children are eager to return to school to be with their Kumu and their friends. We miss them dearly, and struggle with the online component as well but will always do our very best to ensure our students will receive the best education that we have to offer. I understand when a few of our parents chose to attend another program, however I sure hope theyʻll all return to us when theyʻre ready.
Due to our numbers of COVID cases being so large here in our Rose Park area, I believe that it was in the best interest of our students, teachers and community to remain online for the 2nd Term, however, it is my sincere hope that we will be transitioning into our classrooms for learning, until then we will need to continue our current program.
Please communicate with your Kumu often so that your child is completely aware of their assignments and instructions for learning. If you are having a hard time with the technology, then please see your Kumu for help. We cannot afford to lose any learning time along the way due to technical difficulties. Your childsʻ progress means too much to us.
We thank you again for all your support and hope that you continue to partner with us throughout this time.
Mahalo, Kumu Alaiasa Director
When entering the building, please practice Social Distancing and wear a face mask.
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