Hilo Union Elementary School campus landscape (HUE)
Hilo Union Elementary teachers deliver standards-based instruction using best practices. Balanced Literacy is at the core of English language arts instruction in this inclusion school. Teachers in grades four to six specialize in language arts, math, or science/social studies. This configuration gives emphasis to key subject areas in preparation for the Hawaii State Assessment. The school has a Keiki Ohana program to supports students’ transition into school or during challenging times. A Sixth Grade Academy helps transition students to middle school. Student support programs include a one-to-one tutoring utilizing volunteers to work with students on reading comprehension, accelerated math sessions for fifth graders, and Response to Intervention services. A School Community Council represented by the administration, teachers, parents, community and students reviews the academic and financial plan and supporting parent activities at school.
Contact: Debra Cheever-Follett (Debra_Cheever-Follett/HILOUN/HIDOE@notes.k12.)
Home Page: http://www.hilounionschool.org
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Hilo Union School
506 Waianuenue Avenue
Hilo, Hawaii 96720
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