The state Department of Education sent the letters home with students on Tuesday. Superintendent Christina Kishimoto said in the letter that recent events served as a statewide reminder of emergency preparations.
The initial inspection of our school was conducted a number of years ago and identifies some asbestos-containing materials. Since that time, we continue to conduct periodic surveillance and re-inspections to ensure that the asbestos-containing materials remain in good condition and do not pose a hazard to our students and staff.
THE STRIVE HI SCHOOL PERFORMANCE REPORT is an annual snapshot of a school's performance on key indicators of student success. This report shows schools' progress on the Department and Board of Education's Strategic Plan and fedrally-required indicators under the Every Student Succeeds Act. These results help inform actions for teachers, principals, community members, and other stakeholders.