COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Response Team
Our COVID-19 Response team includes trained on-campus Contact Tracers (via Johns Hopkins Coursera). When a positive case is reported on campus, our contact tracers will research and contact all the "close contacts" of the positive case. Please contact the team via email: to:
  • Report a positive case (or if a student has been exposed to a positive case) in your household.  Our contact tracers can help advise on the optimal window for testing, quarantine, and when your child may return to school.
  • Submit COVID-19 Test Results
  • Ask any questions you may have about our school's COVID-19 protocols and contact tracing.
COVID-19 Return to School Infographic - CLICK HERE
If your child or family member has been exposed to a positive case or if your child has tested positive for COVID-19, this outline can help you determine next steps. 

COVID-19 Handbook

Hanalani Schools COVID-19 Handbook has been updated for the School Year 2021-2022. However, with the ever-changing status on COVID-19 protocols from Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC),  please stay tuned to our school's email communications for the latest updates. 

COVID-19 Handbook
Hawaii Department of Health Guidance for Schools

I'm Health Today School Daily Health Check (IHT)
Every student and teacher is required to complete the IHT daily health check prior to arriving on campus.  A student is cleared to come on to campus with a health check that results with a green shield.  Lower School parents may show the green shield on mobile phones on the carline or at the designated entrances. Upper School students may show their green shields upon check-in. Please click on the user guide below for instructions.

COVID-19 Information

List of 3 items.

  • Testing, Isolation and Quarantine

    If a student, teacher or  staff member is identified as a "close contact" of a positive case, please follow the HDOH guidance on Testing, Isolation and Quarantine information which includes the following:
    • The Difference between Isolation and Quarantine
    • Questions to consider when a household member contracts COVID-19
    • Recommendations for home isolation setup
    • Supply checklist for home isolation
    • When to seek care
    • Duration of isolation
    • FAQ on Testing, Isolation and Quarantine
    • What if you have had NO symptoms and got a Test?
    • What if you HAVE symptoms and got a test?
  • Travel Information

    If anyone (student, faculty, and staff) travels to the mainland or internationally, please follow the State of Hawaii guidance as outlined in the Safe Travels program: 

    The State of Hawai‘i Safe Travels Hawai‘i program is designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community from trans-Pacific passengers arriving at airports/ports across the Islands.

    The program includes the required online State of Hawai‘i Travel and Health Form, temperature screening at all Hawai‘i airports upon arrival, and the mandatory 10-day quarantine with the possibility of a vaccination exception, or a negative pre-travel test to bypass quarantine.

    Please note travel guidelines from the State of Hawaii Department of Health are subject to change at any time.  Please follow their guidance for testing and quarantine directives.
  • I'm Healthy Today Resources

    IHT User Guide

    For IHT Help or Assistance, choose one of the following:

    1. Website:
        - Use the online CHAT window at the bottom left
    2. Call 855-806-3910
    3. To change password, utilize the CHAT window on the website