The Maʻemaʻe PTSA is a non-profit organization that helps the school
raise funds for parent workshops, classroom support, student equipment and various school programs throughout the year.
The PTSA meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month. The meeting minutes are available by request.
The Ma'ema'e Parent Teacher Student Association is a local PTSA unit organized under the authority of the Hawaii Congress of Parents, Teachers, and Students (the HSPTSA), a branch of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers (the National PTA).
If you have any questions, concerns or would like to volunteer for any of our PTSA events, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
PTSA Board members
President, Michele Tom
Family Night Chair, Jamie Chvosta
Programs Chair, Tricia Mabellos
Membership Chair, Bonny Fang
Ways and Means Chair, Jan Lau
Treasurer, Taryn Hinaga
Assistant Treasurer, Shannon Nasu
Secretary, Charlene Mow
Corresponding Secretary, Nancy Lam
PTSA Assistant Chairs
Assistant Family Night,
Assistant Programs, Vivien Ong
Assistant Ways and Means,
Co-Treasurer, Julie Segawa
Co-Assistant Treasurer, Malia Day
T-shirt/Support Chair, Dede Odo
Club Scout Charter Org Rep,
year of funn!
September 02 - PTSA Event
October 27- Halloween Bash
November 09 - PTSA General Membership
November 17 - Fitness Day/Dolphin Dash
January 26 - Art Night
February 16 - PTSA Event
April 19 - PTSA General Membership
May 03 - Family Night
May 17- May Day
2023 SPRING FUNDRAISER CLASS WINNERS
Ms.HiranoMs.GushikenMs. Lum Kee
Your Maʻemaʻe Elementary School PTSA is committed to providing programs and events that benefit ALL students. We need your support to continue growing our beneficial programs with a donation goal of just $75 per child.
With all donations, remember the RULE OF 100%
Tax Deductible. Stays at Maʻemaʻe Elementary School. Goes directly to the programs and services benefitting ALL students.
Please think about how your family can help us reach our school goal.
All gifts are welcome and appreciated!
$75 provides funds for physical/life science experiments for 10 students
$100 contributes to the maintenance and repair of school grounds
$250 covers classroom supplies for one teacher
$500 defrays the cost of one field trip
$1,000 pays for books and supplies for the Fun Facts Program, benefiting all grade level