We have reached our donation goal for our teacher and staff luncheon! Thank you everyone for your generosity! Now Join MES in Honoring Your Teachers and Staff for Teacher Appreciation Week!

Moanalua Elementary School will be celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week during the week of May 1-May 5.

Moanalua PTO needs your help to let Moanalua Elementary School teachers and staff know how much we appreciate them. It’s easy!

  1. Honor a teacher! Honor a staff member! Let them know you care.
  2. Students, use your creativity and imagination. Make the themed item out of recyclable materials. Have you tried using modeling clay? How about create a drawing? Or a comic book story? Maybe a painting! How about a pop-up card? A themed message, perhaps? Or a creative poem? Or gift the decorated themed item.
  3. Students bring the themed item on the designated day and directly deliver to the teacher or staff member during Teacher and Appreciation Week on Monday, 5/1 thru Friday, 5/5. Refer to the list of themes below.

Thank you in advance for your voluntary participation.
If you have any questions email: appreciation@moanaluapto.org

Donations needed for teacher & staff luncheon!

PTO is hosting a Teacher and Staff Appreciation Luncheon to show our appreciation for our hardworking teachers and staff. As part of this event, we are seeking monetary donations to help cover the cost of the meal and to provide drinks for the luncheon.

Your donation will go a long way in showing our teachers and staff how much we value their hard work and dedication to our children’s education. Your support will help us create a memorable event to show our gratitude.

MES PTO is requesting monetary donations at any given amount between $5 – $100. A target collection amount is set in the website and once that amount is reached no additional donations will be taken.

Thank you for your continued support of our school and our wonderful teachers and staff!

Collection Drive: An Eagle Scout Project

The Eagle Scout Rank and the Service Project Service to others is an important part of the Scout Oath: “… to help other people at all times.” Each year, tens of thousands of Scouts strive to achieve the coveted Eagle Scout rank by applying character, citizenship, and Scouting values in their daily lives. One of the rank requirements is to plan, develop, and give leadership to others in a service project helpful to any religious institution, school, or community. Through this requirement, Scouts practice what they have learned and gain valuable project management and leadership experience.

Tyler Laguana is an MES Alumni and a Scout of Troop 9 organizing a Collection Drive for the homeless families.  Download the Collection Drive flyer to see more information.

Community drive flyer