Ilima Intermediate School

Compliance Notices


Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment

Hawaii Civil Rights Compliance Office Website

Annual Notification (pdf)

Translated Annual Notification (pdf)


The Hawaii State Department of Education (HIDOE) does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, color, national origin, religion, or disability. This requirement extends to all of HIDOE's programs and activities, including employment and admissions as applicable.


For the HIDOE high schools that offer Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs of Study in arts and communications, business, health services, industrial and engineering technology, natural resources, and public and human services, there are are no admission criteria. HIDOE high schools will take steps to assure that the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in CTE programs and will provide equal access to designated youth groups.


In addition, the HIDOE will not tolerate acts of harassment on the base of race, sex, age, color national origin, religion, or disability. Any student who believes that he or she has been subjected to harassment on the basis of race, sex, age, color, national origin, religion, or disability, is encouraged to report such harassment. Students and parents may report allegations of discrimination or harassment o the school's administrator or to the HIDOE's Civil Rights Compliance Office at the address listed below.


HIDOE is committed to conducting a prompt investigation. Support, including counseling and educational resources, will be available to students who are harassed, as well as to students found to have engaged in acts of harassment on the basis of race, sex, age, color, national origin, religion, or disability. Students found to have engaged in harassment may be disciplined, up to and including suspension or expulsion, if circumstances warrant. Students, parents, and HIDOE staff should work together to prevent harassment on the basis of race, sex, age, color, national origin, religion, and disability.


HIDOE will not tolerate retaliation for reporting discrimination and/or harassment on the basis of race, sex, age, color, national origin, religion, or disability, and will take steps to protect those who wish to report the harassment.


Please direct inquiries regarding HIDOE nondiscrimination policies to:


ADA/Section 504 inquiries

Krysti Sukita, ADA/504 Specialist

Civil Rights Compliance Office

Hawaii State Department of Education

P.O. Box 2360

Honolulu, Hawaii  96804

(808) 586-3322 or relay


Title VI, Title IX, and other inquiries

Anne Marie Puglisi, Director

Civil Rights Compliance Offfice

Hawaii State Department of Education

P.O. Box 2360

Honolulu, Hawaii  96804

(808) 586-3322 or relay



Inquiries concerning discrimination and/or harassment may also be referred to the Office of Civil Rights, United States Department of Education.

CRCO  (3/29/18)



You may also contact this person for questions or concerns relating to non-discrimination and anti-harassment at our school or the Campbell-Kapolei Complex area:


Equity Specialist for Schools in the Campbell-Kapolei Complex

Joey Furlett, Equity Specialist (Campbell-Kapolei Complex)

HIDOE Civil Rights Compliance Office


Mailing Address:

Office of the Superintendent – Leeward District Office

601 Kamokila Boulevard, Room 588

Kapolei, Hawaii 96707

(808) 829-7168



     (revised 2/04/19)

Hawaii Civil Rights Compliance Office Website



Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination Translations

On April 5, 2018, a memo was issued regarding the Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination (Annual Notice) that has been developed by the Civil Rights Compliance Office (CRCO) in order to comply with certain federal and state civil rights laws, rules, regulations, and/or guidelines. The CRCO has since had the Annual Notice translated into 14 languages. The Annual Notice and its translations have been posted on the CRCO website at


See Superintendent Christina Kishimoto's Memo dated July 25, 2018


See the Notice of Non-Discrimination Translation in 14 languages





 FAMILY Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that gives parents certain protections with regard to their children’s education records, such as report cards, transcripts, disciplinary records, contact and family information, and class schedules. As a parent, you have the right to review your child’s education records and to request changes under limited circumstances.


Visit the Hawaii DOE FERPA page




What is MS-4 and who does it affect?


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. Although Oahu is currently the only island to initiate this program (due to its urban density and higher concentration of pollution), all schools can benefit from good housekeeping practices.


Why is this important?

Clean water is essential to life. When it rains, litter, pesticides, green waste, and other pollutants are washed into the storm drain system and eventually flow into our streams and ocean. Large quantity of debris can clog the drain system resulting in flood damage to our schools and neighbors. Small organic and chemical waste can poison our food chain and contaminate our water supplies. Pollution control benefits the environment, wildlife, and people.


How can we help?

The following list suggests a dozen things we all can do to minimize pollution from getting into our water resources. Additional information is available at the EPA 's web site: The contact number for the City and County's Environmental Concern Line is 692-5656.

  1. Place litter in trash bins.
  2. Reduce waste. Buy products with less packaging.
  3. Recycle cans, bottle, and paper products.
  4. Reduce chemical usages such as fertilizer and pesticide .
  5. Compost green waste. Do it yourself or utilize City green waste collection .
  6. Protect loose stockpile of soil, fertilizers, and other materials from washing away.
  7. Report violators of illegal dumping.
  8. Maintain Storm Drain system. Inspect periodically and clean as needed.
  9. Restrict washing of cars and other vehicles on school campus .
  10. Practice proper handling of household hazardous waste and automotive fluids.
  11. Volunteer for litter and stream clean ups .
  12. Inform school principal of pollution hazards on campus.





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