State law requires districts to establish school-community partnerships to address student needs.
Site provides information on formal data sharing agreements between HIDOE and other organizations and agencies to support student achievement.
Hawaii ESSA Consolidated State Plan
Hawaii's ESSA plan addresses interagency agreements or school-community partnerships, including Hawaii P-20 Partnerships for Education, HIDOE's Career Technical Education Program, the Hawaii Youth Correctional Facility and Olomana Youth Center, the Chamber of Commerce Hawaii, the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, the Hawaii Carpenters Apprenticeship and Training Fund, and the University of Hawaii as the “Connect to Career” (C2C) coalition, among others.
Hawaii Revised Statutes 321-174 Coordination of services with department of education.
The children’s mental health services team shall cooperate with the schools located in their particular geographic region in identifying and referring for treatment such children or youths in need of mental health services. In conjunction with the children’s mental health services team, the department of education and the department of health shall develop a memorandum of agreement which shall provide for a sharing of responsibilities for the affected agencies and shall include but not be limited to provisions for:
(1) Accepting referrals from the school counselors and diagnostic teams for evaluation and direct treatment of children and youth suffering from mental and emotional disorders;
(2) Providing consultation to enable teachers and other school personnel to aid in the identification and screening of children in need of professional mental health services and the services of psychologists, as defined in chapter 465;
(3) Providing training and education about emotional disturbances of children to teachers, school counselors, and parents;
(4) Assisting the department of education with mental health services and the services of psychologists, as defined in chapter 465 for handicapped children;
(5) Developing an ongoing mechanism to assess, document and report to the legislature and the governor unmet needs for mental health services for students in each geographic region; and
(6) Performing other related services for school personnel, children, and parents.
Site provides information the formal partnership with Kamehameha Schools to improve the capability and well-being of Hawaiians through education.
Partners in career readiness
Site provides information on formal interagency agreements or school-community partnerships that support career readiness.
Partnerships for Education
Site provides information on formal interagency agreements or school-community partnerships that support educational achievement.
Partnerships with state agencies
Site provides information on programs, services and initiatives jointly provided by the Hawaii DOE and other state agencies.