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Lahainaluna seeks new leadership for PTSA board

By Staff | Apr 4, 2013

The Lahainaluna High School PTSA fulfills teacher wish lists, awards scholarships for seniors and supports the annual Teacher Appreciation Luncheon, Project Graduation and the Annual Title Guaranty Golf Tourney.

LAHAINA – Lahainaluna High School will hold a Parent Information Night on Thursday, April 11, at 6 p.m. in the Samuel Kamakau Library.

Report cards will follow the Parent Teacher Student Association’s general meeting and elections.

Special guest speaker Johnelle Conching from ‘Ike Pono Hawaii will discuss effective communication and building better relationships between parents and teens.

“This is the last PIN of the school year… there is a lot to be shared, so please come,” noted PTSA President Kimberly Scott.

The Lahainaluna High School PTSA announced that it is actively seeking new leadership.

Nominations are open to all parents for the upcoming school year.

“This is the best opportunity to become involved in your child’s interests and well-being, so consider being a part of this dynamic group on a level you feel comfortable with. There are non-elected positions available, too,” she explained.

Interested parents may contact the PTSA at lahainalunaptsa@gmail.com.

After serving as PTSA president for the last three years, Scott wants parents and teachers to know it has been a pleasure working with the LHS ‘ohana that supports the school and its surrounding community.

The PTSA’s successful events include fulfilling teacher wish lists, awarding scholarships for seniors, and holding the annual Teacher Appreciation Luncheon, Project Graduation and the Annual Title Guaranty Golf Tourney.

“Project Grad is the safest activity for high school graduates to keep them off the roads and away from drugs and alcohol. Every year, the PTSA is honored to plan this all-night party. The kids are excited to attend, and parents don’t have to worry. This year is no different. We have received a record number of applications from the Class of 2013, so this will be the largest grad night ever planned. Funding this party is a major priority, and we are grateful to the Lahaina community, the County of Maui and Title Guaranty,” Scott explained.

There is still time to enter the golf tournament being held Saturday, April 6, at the Kaanapali Golf Course. Check-in is at 7 a.m.

Entry fees are $375 plus “mulligans” and hole sponsorships. Contact Title Guaranty’s Lahaina Office at 661-8715 or lahaina@tghawaii.com to sign up.