2019 – 2020 End of the Year video

“Staying Strong Together” is this year’s theme for the end-of-the-year reflection video. It represents the many challenges the staff, students, and families of Aliamanu Middle School faced during the school year 2019-2020, especially with regards to the COVID-19 crisis. It’s also the first time students from both the 7th and. 8th Grade media production classes collaborated on this year-ending project. Enjoy looking back on the events and accomplishments of 2019-2020.

Reflection video of the school year 2019-2020 at Aliamanu Middle School, Home of the Mighty Panthers. The theme for this year is “Staying Strong Together.” This helps describe the challenges the staff and students of Aliamanu Middle School faced, especially with regards to the COVID-19 crisis.

To the class of 2024…

To the AWESOME Class of 2024 and their AMAZING families,

On behalf of the administration, faculty and staff at Aliamanu Middle School, we would like to say…


It was a memorable and unique school year!  I know this is not what we had planned on, but we are strong and we will continue to make the best of it.  Whether you are moving, or remaining in Hawaii, please know that we are always here for you.  Once a panther, always a panther!

We wish you could have walked across the stage in front of all your family and friends.  But, we hope you will remember all of the great memories from your time at Aliamanu Middle School.  Please know that we are truly proud of all of your accomplishments.  We wish you the best of luck, work hard in high school, and keep in touch.

Enjoy your promotion video.  WE MISS YOU!



#808Reads Summer 2020 Reading Challenge

The Office of Curriculum and Instructional Design, Library Media Services, invites all public school students to participate in the inaugural #808Reads Summer 2020 Reading Challenge. The goal is for all participating students to collectively accumulate 25 million independent reading minutes by the end of Summer 2020.

The #808Reads Summer 2020 Reading Challenge encourages students to continue to improve their reading and comprehension skills. The more reading a student does, the more opportunity he or she has to build important literacy skills while discovering the joys of independent reading.

For more information, visit the #808Reads website at http://808reads.hidoe.us. Support resources including how to access thousands of ebooks, audiobooks, and read-along through the Shared eBook Collection can be found at https://bit.ly/808READS_SUMMER2020_RESOURCES.

Here is the direct link to Aliamanu Middle School’s #808Reads.