Information from the Department of Education
Family Education Rights & Protection Act (FERPA)Annual Notification of Privacy Rights
Know your privacy rights as they apply to 1) student record information; 2) directory information; 3) surveys and other information collection; and 4) military recruitment information. For more information on your privacy rights, the laws that protect them, and how to exercise your rights, contact your school administrator or visit the Student Privacy DOE website.
Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment
The Civil Rights Compliance Office (CRCO) is committed to the Hawaii State Department of Education's (HIDOE) overall compliance with Federal, State, DOE Administrative Rules, and Policy, which strictly prohibit any form of discrimination, including harassment and/or retaliation based upon a protected class, as it relates to students, employees, and members of the public who access our services, programs, and activities.
You may also contact Shari A. Dela Cuadra for questions or concerns relating to non-discrimination and anti-harassment at your school:
SHARI A. DELA CUADRA
Equity Specialist (Pearl City-Waipahu Complex)
HIDOE Civil Rights Compliance Office
Office of the Superintendent - Leeward District Office (Annex)
Attn: Shari A. Dela Cuadra
94-521 Farrington Highway
Waipahu, HI 96797
Phone Number: (808) 629-9114
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The Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS-4) program is part of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's} effort to preserve, protect, and improve the Nation's water resources from polluted storm water runoff.
Department of Education (DOE) schools on Oahu will incrementally comply with this requirement by initiating programs such as education, monitoring, enforcement, clean up, and annual reporting.
This program affects everyone who uses a DOE campus on Oahu, including staff, students, and all community users.
Let's make sure that we have clean water for our future.
More about MS4
ASBESTOS HAZARD EMERGENCY RESPONSE ACT (AHERA) was passed by Congress in 1986 to protect children and workers in primary and secondary schools from unintentional asbestos exposure. Under this Act, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) established the Asbestos-Containing Materials in Schools rule, 40 CFR part 763 subpart E that requires all public and private non-profit schools with grades K-12 to inspect all school buildings for asbestos-containing building material (ACBM). The rule also requires schools to develop an asbestos management plan based on the findings of the inspection and take action to protect human health and the environment when necessary