Pearl Harbor Elementary School

Pearl Harbor Elementary School recently celebrated its 50th Anniversary. The school has been serving both military dependents and local residents in grades kindergarten through six since 1956. Military dependents make up approximately 50% of the student population. The school's tree shaded campus is bordered by Moanalua Terrace military housing, Moanalua Shopping Center, and the Navy Exchange.

Pearl Harbor Elementary has a Transition Center designed to help students acclimate to the school environment. It is also a place where families are welcomed and provided with information about the community and local culture. The Transition Center provides academic assessments for all incoming students and tutoring services for those who are behind in their studies.

Ukulele and Chorus classes for students from grades 4 to 6 are offered after school hours. During this school year a band class was added to the music program. Students in these classes use the knowledge they have attained and share their musical skills with others by performing at various school and community events.

Pearl Harbor Elementary is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges through the year 2011.

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Last update: Nov 20, 2009 by HSG Team

School Information

General Information

Address 1 Moanalua Ridge

City Honolulu

Island Oahu

Zip 96818

Grade From K

Grade To Gr 6

Contact Person Ellamarie Savidge

Phone # 808 421-4125 / 808 421-4126

Fax # 808 421-4128


Number of Teachers 42

Number of Students 654

District Name Central

Complex Area Name Aiea-Moanalua-Radford

Complex Name Radford

School Code 222

School Name Short Pearl Harbor El

Military Impacted Yes

Military Housing Area

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Pearl Harbor Elementary School Birthday Book Program

The Birthday Book Program celebrates the birthdays of the students of Pearl Harbor Elementary. Participating parents make a donation to the library and their child chooses a Birthday Book from a selection of new library books. A bookplate with the child's name and birthday is placed in the front of a book indicating a donation has been made in honor of the child's birthday.
A Birthday Book provides reading pleasure for many and is a lasting contribution to the school. Children will enjoy returning to the library to look for books they have donated in the past.
This year over sixty children participated in the program. We appreciate the generosity of our parents in supporting our school and library. The children of our school will benefit.


Pearl Harbor Elementary School Library Club

The Pearl Harbor Elementary Library Club is a service-oriented club. As a volunteer library aide, students work in the library during recess to shelve books, help students borrow materials, do book talks, and various other tasks. It gives the students the opportunity to learn how to use libraries, find satisfaction in service to other students and teachers, and develop good work habits and skills. The qualifications for being an aide are teacher's recommendation, passing grades and keeping up with classroom assignments, and being a responsible, good citizen of the school.


Pearl Harbor Elementary School Student Council

The student council provides an opportunity for students to be involved in decision-making in regards to school improvement. Officers and class representatives are selected by students. The Student Council coordinates monthly activities (school spirit, educational, service, or money-making) for the student body.


Pearl Harbor Elementary School Junior Police Officers

The Honolulu Junior Police Officers Program is organized and administered for the purpose of training students in leadership and civic responsibility; and to assist the Honolulu Police Department in safeguarding students who cross the street in the vicinity of schools. Applications are distributed and selections are made throughout the school year. Students must be 10 years old or older to apply.


Pearl Harbor Elementary School Counseling and Guidance

Two full-time counselors are available to assist students . The Counseling and Guidance Program consists of:
Tribes -- a school-wide effort to promote a positive learning environment for all students. This is a child-centered, community building program.
Drug Awareness/Prevention -- special videos and activities promote healthy, positive children.
Peer Mediation Program -- students help peers to resolve minor problems on the playground during recess. Selected students from grades 3-6 participate.
Individual and Group Counseling -- counseling services are provided as needed for students who need assistance with academic or personal situations
Classroom Guidance Lessons -- guidance lessons are provided in the classrooms to enhance students' skills in various areas.
Character Education Lesson -- a monthly character trait and accompanying lesson is addressed. Although emphasis is placed on the current trait of the month, students are encouraged to practice the trait thoughout the year.
To make an appointment, contact the counselors by phone 421-4125 or write a note and give it to your child's teacher.


Pearl Harbor Elementary School ELL (English Language Learner Program)

This program is a support service for students whose first language is one other than English. The goal is to assist students in acquiring a level of English proficiency which will provide them with an equal opportunity to succeed in the regular education program.


Pearl Harbor Elementary School Enrichment Program

The 2007-2008 Enrichment Program targets those students in grades 4-6 who are identified as having superior performance or potential indicating possible academic giftedness. The Enrichment Program is interdisciplinary and project-based. In small group settings, students engage in learning opportunities. Emphasis is on research, problem-solving, and communication across multiple content areas.


Pearl Harbor Elementary School Special Education

At Pearl Harbor Elementary, children with special needs (i.e., Specific Learning Disability, Severe Multiple Impairment, Early Childhood Learning Impairment) are accommodated through the learning lab, preschool classes, inclusion, self-contained and services from speech and language therapists.


Pearl Harbor Elementary School Chorus & Ukulele

The PHES chorus and ukulele ensemble perform at various school functions. Some students continue their learning by taking private lessons in voice and ukulele. The PHES chorus (grades 4-6) rehearse twice a week at recess. The ukulele ensemble meet afterschool for rehearsals. Students must apply and audition to take part in this extracurricular activity.


Pearl Harbor Elementary School Band

The newly formed PHES band (est. 2005-06) performs under the direction of Mr. Chang, our music teacher. The band rehearses on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It is made up of 30 members from the 4th through 6th grades. The PHES band recently received a "VH1 Save the Music" grant with the help of Mr. Chang. The grant is being used to purchase new instruments. Some of their performances this year will include: the Radford Complex Music Festival, the Navy Exchange, PHES book fair, and other school performances.



Summary of Progress

Pearl Harbor Elementary School Summary of Progress

Pearl Harbor Elementary School's Summary of Progress Report shows how teaching, learning and assessments are being based and aligned to Hawaii State Standards and Benchmarks. It summarizes progress made in accomplishing school improvement goals.

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Student Profile

Pearl Harbor Elementary School Student Profile

Pearl Harbor Elementary School's Student Profile describes the school's Fall Enrollment, Number and Percent of students enrolled for the entire school year, Number and Percent of students receiving free or reduced-cost lunch, Number and Percent of students in Special Education programs, Number and Percent of students with Limited English Proficiency and Percent of Kindergarteners who attended Preschool.

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Ethnicity Statistics

Pearl Harbor Elementary School Ethnicity Statistics

Pearl Harbor Elementary School's Ethnicity report focuses on giving the number and percent of students enrolled by race. It describes the population of the 13 common races as well as other foreign races usually enrolled in a school.

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Pearl Harbor Elementary School Ethnicity By Race

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Enrollment Statistics

Pearl Harbor Elementary School Enrollment Statistics

Pearl Harbor Elementary School's Enrollment Statistics shows the no. of students enrolled in each year. Animated graph is used to easily determine how enrollment fluctuates every year.



Pearl Harbor Elementary School Facilities

Pearl Harbor Elementary School's facility report shows total number and shortage of classrooms if any. It also shows comprehensive condition of the facilities like building exterior, building interior, grounds, sanitation etc. through its Inspection rating.

School Facilities are considered inadequate if below 70%; marginal if between 70% and 99%; and in excess of state standard if above 100%. School population is placed into size categories and is used in formulas to determine State standards for space.

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Pearl Harbor Elementary School Facilities

Pearl Harbor Elementary School Inspection Rating

For each category:
1 = Unacceptable; 2 = Satisfactory; 3 = Very Good

For Total:
6-8 = Unacceptable;
9-15 = Satisfactory;
16-18 = Very Good

Pearl Harbor Elementary School Adequacy of School's Space Compared with State Standards

School facilities are considered inadequate if below 70%; marginal if between 70% and 99%; and in excess of state standard if above 100%. School population is placed into size categories and is used in formulas to determine State standards for space.

Attendance & Absences

Pearl Harbor Elementary School Attendance & Absences

Pearl Harbor Elementary School's Attendance & Absences shows the average daily attendance and average daily absences compared to the State Standard.

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Pearl Harbor Elementary School Retention

Pearl Harbor Elementary School's Retention is also included in this report where it shows the percent(%) of students retained in every school year.

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Pearl Harbor Elementary School Suspensions

Pearl Harbor Elementary School's Suspension report shows the number of students being suspended. Offenses are categorized into "Class" depending on the nature of violation committed. Class - D, for light violation and Class - A for grave offense.

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Examples of class of suspension:
Class A: Burglary, robbery, sale of dangerous drugs
Class B: Disorderly conduct, trespassing
Class C: Class cutting, insubordination, smoking
Class D: Contraband (e.g. possession of tobacco)

Certified Staff

Pearl Harbor Elementary School Certified Staff

Pearl Harbor Elementary School's Certified Staff report includes Teaching Staff, Professional Teacher Credentials, Students per Teaching Staff and Administrative and Student Services Staff. It gives details on teacher headcount, teacher in regular and special instruction, no. of teachers serving the school for more than 5 years, no. of fully licensed teachers, librarians and counsellors.

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Test Scores Statistics

Pearl Harbor Elementary School Test Scores Statistics

Pearl Harbor Elementary School's Test scores covers Hawaii Content and Performance Standards (HCPS) and SAT9/TerraNova. Scores are given based on the grade level and the no. of students tested in a given year.

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