Return to Learn: Q3-Hybrid/Blended
As we plan to move into our hybrid/blended learning instructional design we would like to get an accurate picture of our ʻohana choosing to have their keiki return to campus following this design and all protocols to ensure the health and safety of haumāna, limahana, ʻohana and community. Please take some time to fill out this survey to give us the most current and accurate data to plan accordingly.

Keep in mind the schedule that was shared in the video. The half-day on-site/F2F learning and half-day virtual is to ensure a cohesive school-wide schedule as well as to maintain a daily touch with all keiki regardless of their Hui A/B or online learning design choice to continue the rigor and strength of our program.

Mahalo nui for taking the time to fill out this form.
How many keiki do you have at Ka ʻUmeke. *
Keiki #1: Inoa *
Keiki #1: Kumu *
Keiki #2: Inoa
Keiki #2: Kumu
Keiki #3: Inoa
Keiki #3: Kumu
Keiki #4: Inoa
Keiki #4: Kumu
Keiki #5: Inoa
Keiki #5: Kumu
In consideration of the current Covid-19 climate in Hawaiʻi and specifically on Hawaiʻi Island please select the instructional method that you would prefer for your haumāna/ʻohana in Yellow Category/Hybrid format for the remainder of the school year. *
How often is/are your keiki participating in live distance learning instruction with their kumu and fellow haumāna? *
The tech equipment provided by the school is adequate for our ʻohanaʻs distance learning needs. *
My keiki is (are) engaged in the distance learning being provided by his/her kumu? *
Our ʻohana regularly visits Ka ʻUmekeʻs website at for information and updates. *
Our ʻohana regularly visits Ka ʻUmekeʻs facebook page for information and updates. *
I am satisfied with the distance learning program currently being provided by my keikiʻs kumu. *
Please share with us some positive experiences you have encountered during this distance learning time.
Please share with us some challenges or concerns with the current and potential ongoing distance learning program.
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