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School visitation policy:
"Any person shall be encouraged to visit schools throughout the school year, but such visits should be made after prior consultation with the schools in order not to disrupt the planned activities of the schools and classrooms and any visit shall conform to the regulations, directives, and guidelines of the department." BOE Policy 1720-4)

In accordance with this policy, visitors to our school are more than welcome to visit our campus. Please stop by the administration office to sign in and pick up a visitor's pass. If you'd like a to visit a specific classroom, please notify the classroom teacher ahead of time to ensure minimal disruption of planned activities.

Assignments - Attendance - Class Schedules - Grades

Starting with the 2016-2017 school year, the Hawaii State Department of Education switched to a new Student Information System (SIS) known as Infinite Campus. It provides parents with the ability to view their school child(ren)’s academic information through the Infinite Campus Portal.
Logging onto this web-based system will permit parents to view the following real-time information about their child:
• Assignments
• Attendance
• Class Schedules
• Grades

Infinite Campus Portal Help Guide:  --> Infinite Campus Portal for Parents and Students
Did you know that you can access Infinite Campus on your Smart Phone?
Mobile App Help Video: --> 
  • How do parents get Infinite Campus Portal accounts?
    Infinite Campus Parent Portal information
    (Only Wheeler Middle School parents who have returned their Census Survey forms will be given a login account)

    Access via Apple iOS or Android device app—>
    info here

    Parents/Student log-in (click here)
    Teacher/Staff log-in (click here)

    Intranet for DOE Staff
    (log-in req’d)

    Infinite Campus Portal parent access:
    1. Students will take home a Census Verification form, to be completed and signed by parent.

    2. Signed/completed form will be returned to the school.

    3. Parents complete the on-line request form: link to the form found here.
    An eMail will be sent to the eMail listed on the on-line form from the link above with more details & information on setting up the account.

    If you have any further questions, please call the registrar at (808) 305-9031 during normal school hours.

    Note: portal accounts from previous year carries over to the current school year.
  • What is the address of the Infinite Campus portal?
    What is the address of the portal?
    (Make sure to click on "sign in with your District ID" to access the portal)

    Parents/Students log-in= https://hawaii.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/hawaii.jsp

    Note: portal accounts from previous year carries over to the current school year.
  • Access via Apple iOS or Android device app
    After creating a User Name and Password, in addition to using a web browser, the portal can also be accessed via mobile app for any Apple iOS or Android device.

    • Search for "Infinite Campus Mobile Portal" to download to your mobile device.
    • Once you have downloaded and opened the mobile app, type in Hawaii in the District Name and select Hawaii in the Select a State drop down and click Search.
    • Click on Hawaii Department of Education and then type in the username and password you just created and click Log In.

    The Hawaii State DOE Schools all have the same District ID.  It is HIDOE
  • How do I complete the forced reset in Infinite Campus?
    How do I complete the forced reset in Infinite Campus?
    Some users may be forced to reset their passwords when accessing their account. To see how go here

To enroll at Wheeler Middle

  • Enroll procedure & Items needed to enroll & at Wheeler Middle School
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    To enroll student(s):
    please call for appointment
    (808) 305-9000

    8:00 a.m.
    2:00 p.m.

    Items needed to enroll:
    Enrollment checklist (hold down 'alt' or 'option key' before clicking on the link to download the form)

    • Birth Certificate/Passport/Military ID (For proof of Age)
    • Release packet/records from previous school
    • Immunization-Shot Form/Record
    • Physical within the year
    • TB clearance (must have date given & date read)
    • Proof of residency (Lease/utilities form)
    • Special Education Services form (if applicable)
    • Geographic Exception (GE) if applicable
    • Guardianship forms (POA /Custody) if applicable
    • Military orders (copy)

    Forms available at counter:
    • Registration card (available at time of enrollment)
    Elective & Wheel classes chosen
    Contact information (Signed and dated)

    • MVA form signed & dated
    • Special Education Form
    • Emergency Card (Front & Back filled out completely)
    • Bus Application (signed & dated)
    • Internet Acceptable use Permission Form
    • Student Publication/Video Release Form
    • Opt-Out Form

    Records Release form
    Used to request official school records from previous school.

    Free/Reduced Lunch Application
    Qualifying criteria: Income = BAS + Base Pay + COLA

    List/description of courses
    on registrar's site
  • Fees at Wheeler Middle School
    Note: The Department of Education shall assess and collect a service charge of $25.00 for any dishonored (bad) check in accordance with Chapter 40-35.5 H.R.S effective July 02, 2007.
    School Level
    Checks made payable to:
    Wheeler Middle School

    Mandatory Student Fees: $15.00
    • Used to finance student government sponsored activities, grade level activities, and postage for quarterly parent newsletters, mid-quarter progress reports, and for the final report card in June.

    PTSO: $10.00 (Subject to change)
    Parent Teachers Student Association
    Transportation (Bus Company: Roberts Hawaii)
    Checks made payable to:
    DOE Student Transportation

    Bus Fees
    Prices subject to change

    Annually $136.00
    Each quarter: $36.00

    Annually $270.00
    Each quarter: $72.00
    School Lunch
    Checks made payable to:
    Department of Education

    • Full price
    Breakfast $1.10
    Lunch $2.50

    * Reduced price | Free & reduced lunch application here.
    More info on the Hawaii DOE site
    (Eligibility based on household income)
    Breakfast $0.30
    Lunch $0.40

    School lunch balances will be automatically rolled over to the next school year.

    School Lunch System
    Parents, please remind your children to have their ID in hand when going through the cafeteria line.They will be reminded of their account balance once their balance reaches $5.00, and at every subsequent transaction thereafter. They will be responsible for ensuring they deposit money in their school lunch account.

    Reminder: if your child is on free or reduced lunch status, they still have to pay the 'Full price' listed above if they choose to eat a second meal in the same day.

    Adult Prices
    Breakfast: $2.40
    Lunch: $5.50
  • Health requirements - Health services
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    All incoming seventh graders must complete a physical examination pursuant to state law.

    More vaccinations info
    It's important that families plan ahead and schedule appointments early to ensure their child's physical examination is completed in a timely manner, preferably before the new school year begins.
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    If your child becomes ill or is injured in school, the Department of Education provides a School Health Aide (note: the School Health Aide is not a Registered Nurse or a Licensed Practical Nurse). Our Health Aide will administer rst aid for minor injuries. The Health Aide will also notify parents or the person designated on the student’s Emergency Card if the student needs to go home or to the doctor. The person picking up the child must sign a student release form. If an emergency occurs, and the school is unable to contact the child’s parent(s), 911 will be called.

    Please be sure that all emergency information for your child is complete and up-to-date.

    All medications that are to be taken during school need to be authorized by the student’s physician, and cleared through the School Health Aide and Public Health Nurse.
  • Vaccination Information
    Important Message for Parents from the Hawaii StateDepartment of Health:
    Protect your child’s health against serious, sometimes life-threatening diseases. The effectiveness of childhood vaccines can decrease over time. Preteens and teens are also at risk for different disease as they get older.
    Vaccinations Chart
    Protect the health of your preteen or teen with four (4) important vaccines recommended by the Department Of Health, Disease Outbreak Control Division:

    • Pertussis (whooping cough)

    • Meningococcal infection

    • Human papillomavirus (HPV)

    • Influenza - flu

    Take your child to his/her primary care provider to receive these vaccines.
    For more information, visit health.hawaii.com
  • New cafeteria software called Harris School Solutions eTrition:

    Please be aware that beginning January 22, 2018 you will no longer have the capability to make meal balances electronically through schoolcafe. During this cut-over, we ask that you make all meal deposits to your child's account directly to the school that your child attends. If you currently make online deposits through schoolcafe, and have the reoccurring automatic deposit feature enabled, please login and be certain to tum this feature off.

    We anticipate that once the first phase of this transition is complete, and all meal balances and student eligibility statuses are verified for accuracy, a new online payment system will be reintroduced. This system will allow families to make online deposits to meal accounts (for a nominal convenience fee) again, as well as view your child's deposits and purchases.

    Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work towards giving families more accessibility and control over their child's meal accounts.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call the School Food Services Branch at
    (808) 733-8400.

    Dann Carlson
    Assistant Superintendent

    Letter with details from Assistant Superintendent here. (to download the letter, hold 'alt' then click on the link)

More Info

Early Release of Students During the School Day
If you are picking up your child for a doctor’s appointment, special event, etc., during the school day, you will need to provide a valid picture ID and sign them out at the office.  Only legal guardians or authorized emergency contacts listed are allowed to sign students out of school.
  • Policies & Procedures
    Wheeler Middle School offers a rich and challenging standards-based curriculum, which addresses the developmental needs of young adolescents in a caring environment. Wheeler's curricula are aligned with the Common Core State Standards, and each grade level has designed specific standards for emphasis and study. Upon request, teachers will share their course syllabi with students and parents at the beginning of each new term.

    Students and teachers are organized into grade level interdisciplinary teams. These teams use a variety of instructional strategies, flexible blocks of time, as well as varied instructional and organizational arrangements, to ensure success for all students. When students and teachers are assigned to academic (core) teams, smaller communities of learners are formed, and teachers are able to monitor students' progress more closely.

    The exploratory and co-curricular components of the middle school address the students' need to explore a variety of recreational and academic interests, as well as opportunities to form positive foundations for life-long learning.

    The advisory component ensures that the students have at least one significant adult on campus that knows, cares about and supports his/her academic and personal development. Teachers use advisory to develop the 'whole child' and enhance each students' social & emotional well being.

    Please consult the Wheeler Middle School Registration Information Booklet for descriptions of the courses offered.

    Wheeler Middle School strives for open communication with our community partners. Parents are welcome to discuss discipline/safety issues with a Vice Principal. Due to student privacy and confidentiality, specific incidents involving individual students may not be shared in any type of open forum arena. Please feel free to call the office at 305-9000 to set up an appointment with a Vice Principal to discuss concerns as they arise.
  • Highly Qualified teacher
    As a parent/guardian of a Hawaii Department of Education student, you have the right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teacher(s) and the educational assistant(s) who instruct your child.

    Federal law allows you to ask for certain information about your child’s classroom teacher(s) and educational assistant(s) and requires us to give you this information in a timely manner upon request. You have the right to ask for the following information about each of your child’s classroom teacher(s).

    1. Whether the teacher has met licensing criteria and has earned the designation of Highly Qualified for the grade levels and subject areas in which he/she teaches.

    Core academic subjects include:
    English/language arts
    Foreign Languages
    Civics and Government

    2. Whether the teacher is teaching under emergency or other provisional status through which State qualification or licensing criteria have been waived.

    3. The teacher’s college major, whether the teacher has any advanced degrees and, if so, the subject of the degrees; and

    4. Whether any teachers’ aides or similar paraprofessionals provide services to your child and, if they do, their qualifications.

    If you would like to receive any of this information, please contact our school office.

    School Principal
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    A Partnership of the Military Community and the Public Schools of Hawaii.

    A cooperative venture between the PACOM military community and the Hawaii Department of Education facilitating active military participation in Hawaii Public Education serving to advance the military community's responsibility in the pursuit of quality education for Hawaii's public school students.

    JVEF Overview Video

  • Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) & School Community Council (SCC)
    Board members: TBA

    Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) & School Community Council (SCC)

    PTSO eMail: ptso.wheeler.middle.hi@gmail.com
    You can also sign up to receive text or eMail messages. Click
    here to view how to sign up.

    Visit our PTSO site
    We urge all parents to become involved in the education of their children. It helps the school to better understand you and your child. How can you help? Here are a few ways:

    • Indicate interest in, and support your child’s class work and school activities.

    • Join the PTSO and participate in the various activities.

    • Volunteer to help as a tutor, in the library, office, lunchroom, or other needed areas.

    Any help that you can offer is much appreciated.

    In accordance with Act 51, the Wheeler Middle School Community Council (SCC) was created to support school improvement and the academic achievement of students through increased community involvement in the school.

    We welcome parents to attend and participate in our SCC and PTSO meetings.
    SCC meetings - 3rd Monday of each month at 3:00 p.m. in the office conference room.

    Meeting times and location are subject to change.

    For further information, please call the school at (808) 305-9000.
  • Transition Center
    Mission Statement:
    Malama I Na Haumana "Care for the Students"
    Follow up Surveys:
    • 6-Week
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    With support from JVEF
    (Joint Venture Education Forum)

    Tagudin, Michelle
    (808) 305-9109

    The Transition Center provides an orientation experience that is designed to support the needs of students and families who are new to Wheeler Middle School. In the “Spirit of Aloha”, we want to make your recent move to our school as comfortable and informative as possible. The Transition Center is responsible for placement testing, familiarizing students with school regulations and procedures, and for conducting campus tours. While it is mandatory that students come through The Transition Center, it is a fun and lively environment that will make your student feel welcome on their first day of school.

    Our Transition Center is open
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7:30am to 2:00pm. Transition Coordinators greet the new students in the office and take them to the Transition Center. During their time in the Transition Center, students take necessary math placement tests and reading assessments. We spend time reviewing the Student Handbook. The students need to complete the handbook and have a parent or guardian sign the handbook and then return it to school, so please ask them about it when they come home. The students get their school ID cards so that they can begin using the cafeteria, library and bus system. The students may choose to eat lunch in the cafeteria, take a home lunch out doors or they can eat in the Transition Center. After lunch the students are given their schedules and are taken on a tour of the school which helps them locate their classes. Most days students are finished in the Transition Center in time to attend their last two classes of the day.

    After students have been in school for about three weeks we invite them back to the Transition Center and ask them to complete a brief survey letting us know how they are doing and how they are adjusting to the new school and students. At six weeks this process is duplicated. They are encouraged to evaluate the school as well as the Transition Center at these times. The feedback we get from them is so valuable in making the transition to Wheeler Middle School easier for students who come in after them.

    Students are welcome in the Transition Center anytime. If they can’t find classes, feel lost or just need to talk about any issue the door is always open for them. We enjoy spending time with them and seeing them throughout their journey at Wheeler Middle School.

  • Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Services (ASACS)
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    Schofield Barracks telephone: (808) 655-9944
    Wheeler Middle School: (808) 305-9061

    • Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Service (ASACS)

    Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Services (ASACS)
    Johnson, Justine
    (808) 305-9020

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    Confidential & Voluntary: ASACS (Adolescent Support and Counseling Services) is confidential and free for military dependents. 

    Adolescents under the age of fourteen require parental consent for counseling services.  The program helps young people navigate the developmental years by addressing risk factors related to substance use concerns and factors that interrupt positive mental, emotional, and behavioral development. ASACS services are offered throughout the year at WMS and at the Schofield Barracks ASACS office.

    - Licensed Providers:  ASACS Counselors are licensed and credentialed, and are privileged through the Medical Command.

    -Levels of Care: ASACS provides 2 levels of care as seen below.
    • Early Intervention – Services address risk factors that interrupt positive mental, emotional, and behavioral development, as well as early intervention for youth with an onset of substance use.  Youth do not have to be substance involved to benefit from preventive counseling services. Examples of risk factors include a pattern of disruptive behavior, academic failure/truancy/lack of commitment to school, impulse control, depression/anxiety, social or coping skills challenges, social media/gaming related problems, family management concerns, difficulty negotiating a key life transition such as the move from middle to high school, or adapting to a new location. 
    • Outpatient Treatment – Tailored to each client’s level of severity, and designed to address concerns with youth assessed as having signs and symptoms consistent with a substance related disorder.

    -Prevention: ASACS promotes healthy adolescent development through prevention education by focusing on protective factors identified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) such as self-worth, social competence, positive support, school connectedness and parental support.  Prevention groups may occur in the classroom, after school or at the ASACS Schofield Barracks office.
  • Non Discrimination memo
  • Publication of Student Work, Photos & Video Notice
    Occasionally, we will publish photos and videos of our students participating in school activities. We publish these photos and videos, and sometimes student work, on our website and in our newsletter, as well as in other school and district publications.

    • If you do not wish us to publish these images please submit a signed and dated written request to the school.

    • Opt out forms and consent forms approved by HIDOE and related policies and instructions are available on the Student Privacy page at
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Notice of Nondiscrimination: Wheeler Middle School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:
Principal of Wheeler Middle School, 2 Wheeler Army Air Field, Wahiawa, HI 96786