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  • Alakaʻi – Officers

    Jessica CambraPresident Jessica Cambra "I am the proud mother of 3 boys: Kody (KSM c/o 2019 Graduate), Tyler (KSM c/o 2025), and Dylan (DOE c/o 2027). I’ve had the pleasure of serving KSM in various capacities which include: Hoʻolauleʻa Silent Auction Committee Co-Chair, PTSO Secretary, PTSO President and volunteer at various events. My goal has always been to effectively assist with open communication and share information with all parents that are interested in their child’s activities and future. With the thought in mind that time is precious and children grow up so quickly, so it’s important to support them and be involved along their journey. Thank you for having me back for another year, and I look forward to working with you all!"


    Leinell Coloma-NahooikaikaVice President Leinell Coloma-Nahooikaika Program Coordinator and Substance Abuse Educator for a nonprofit adolescent program. Proud mother of 3, Kale’a (KSM 2028), Tyson (KSM 2025) and Leiana (KSM 2018 Graduate). Served as Papa 2028 social chair, 2018 Ho’olaule’a scrip chair, and Papa 2028 PTSO rep for 3 years. A memorable KSM experience – celebrating my daughter Leiana’s KSM ’18 Rite of Passage with our beloved Poʻo Kula Lee Ann DeLima. Poʻo Kula’s speech and the ceremony were very moving and I literally got chicken skin! I serve because I enjoy the friendships and valuable work of our school’s PTSO. I am humbled and grateful for the opportunities and cultural experience offered my children at KSM.


    Nicole PaganSecretary Nicole Pagan "I have served as Secretary in the past and it was very rewarding. I've always felt it is so important to be as involved as you can in your child's school and educational experience. It allows me to stay more informed of what's happening, to meet and work with other like-minded parents and I truly enjoy helping out! I'm grateful for the wonderful opportunities Kamehameha provides its haumāna, and I'm very excited about what this school year will bring!"


    Angelique Rogat Angelique Rogat is the proud mother of Kaimana (26), Beau (5) and Waimea (3). For the last 20 years she has worked as a drafter/office manager at an engineering firm in the private sector. In her spare time she enjoys staying active, spending time and traveling with her family, crafts and playing Mah Jong. She looks forward and is excited to embark on this new journey as a new member of the Kamehameha Maui PTSO, building friendships with the Class of ’32 and the PTSO Ohana. "Overall just being more involved in my child’s school."

  • Papa Mālaaʻo - 2033 (K)

    Parent Representatives: Sayble Bissen and Kainoa Kaiaokamalie

    Sayble BissenSayble Bissen is a proud member of the second graduating class (KSM 2007), being one of 80 students to be welcomed into the program at its inception in 1996. She has had the privilege of seeing many friends and family go through the program as well, including younger siblings Sherawn (KSM 2012) and Kolby (KSM 2013). Sayble holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a minor in Sociology from Santa Clara University. After college, she returned to Maui to work at the local public access station - Akakū, where she served as the Director of Production. For the past 4 years, she has worked in the Government and Community Relations Division at the Maui Electric Company where she helps to manage the internal and external communications along with working with stakeholders and youth and community groups to help better inform our communities. Her favorite job is being a mother to 5-year-old son Noah (KSM 2033). In her spare time, Sayble enjoys spending time with family and friends or delving into a good movie or book. “Iʻm excited to be a part of the KS ʻohana once again, serving in this capacity. I’ve been so blessed by Pauahi’s legacy and am grateful that my son is being afforded this opportunity as well.”


    Kainoa Kaiaokamalie Kainoa Kaiaokamalie "Aloha! My name is Kainoa Kaiʻaokamalie and I am so excited to join the Kamehameha School's Maui PTSO ʻOhana this year! As an alumni of KSM myself (Class of 2009), I know firsthand the value of Kāko'o. It takes many hands, working behind the scenes to make for a successful year and I feel humbled to have the opportunity to give back. The reason I choose to volunteer and serve is because I want to ensure my daughter gets the same kind of experience in her schooling as I was privileged to receive as a haumana. I've always played a very active role in my daughter's education and would like to continue to do so at the elementary level. Currently, I am taking a hiatus from being a teacher, to help my other half run our family business. Other than my Kamehameha Maui student Banks (Class of 2033), I also have two other children; Temanu (2 years), and Matua (9 months). I enjoy spending time with my family at the beach and skate parks, gardening, writing, yoga, and traveling. I look forward to a wonderful 2020-2021 school year!"

  • Papa ʻEkahi - 2032 (1)

    Parent Representatives: Kawai Kaili and Kristin Fernandez

    Kawai Kaili Kawai Kaili "Aloha! I am excited to serve as the class of 2032 PTO representative this year! I am a KSM alumni (2006) and am always looking for ways to give back. I have a daughter in 1st grade and a daughter in third grade, as well as a 1-year old son. I work as an accountant at a local CPA firm in Wailuku and enjoy hanging with my family during my free time."


    Kristin Fernandez Kristin Fernandez "I am excited to serve on the PTSO committee because it will allow me to get to know the class of 2032 better and develop new friendships with the PTSO ohana, as well as be more involved at KSM. I enjoy family surf days and relaxing at the beach."

  • Papa ʻElua – 2031 (2)

    Parent Representatives: Tawyna Gaioiran and Malia Baker

    Tawyna GaioiranTawyna Gaioiran is an active parent to an only child, Jade, a busy bee as a care taker to her elderly parent, all the while trying to complete her second and third degree in Medical Assisting and Medical Billing Coding and runs what feels like a mini farm where everyone demands attention with 11 birds, a chicken, 4 dogs and a bunny. With the hustle and bustle of mom-duties, being busy with school, appointments, hula and gymnastics, and work, she enjoys those quiet moments after a long exhausting day, catching a breath and sneaking in cuddles/hugs/kisses from loved ones on the couch watching movies as well as those family outings - camping and hiking. She’s excited to be a part of this journey again as this is her third year in a row to serve on the PTSO board. She hopes to serve and give back to the KSM ‘ohana and to have an overall memorable experience throughout the year.


    Malia BakerMalia Baker "This is my first year as a PTSO representative. I am Mother of DOE student Ava Baker c/o 2030, and KSM student Sophia Baker c/o 2031. I have always enjoyed volunteering and being involved with my children’s education. My goal as a parent has always been to instill a love for learning, and I do that by both example and participating in their education. I currently work at Maui Memorial Medical Center as an Emergency nurse. I am excited about this upcoming school year."

  • Papa ʻEkolu - 2030 (3)

    Parent Representatives: Teana Kahoohanohano and Stina Kiili

    Teana KahoohanohanoTeana Kahoohanohano Maui native and Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Class of 2000 Alumna, Teana holds a Master’s Degree in Public Health and Administration and over 12 years of experience as a Nursing Home Adminsitrator in California and Hawai’i. She now serves her Maui Nui community as the Licensed Nursing Home Administrator for Hale Makua Health Services, overseeing all operations at the Kahului facility since 2017.  Prior to returning to Maui, her two oldest children attended Kamehameha Schools Hawaiʻi Campus since Kindergarten, before the entire ‘ohana officially moved home in 2019.  

    Teana’s most proud to be the mother of 5 children, Kolt (KSM 2026), Melia (KSM 2030), Liliana (KS Paukūkalo), and twins, Hōlei and Kiele.  In her free time she enjoys going to the beach, hiking, reading, dancing hula, and spending time with her ‘ohana.

    “Aloha!  What an honor it is to serve as PTO representative for the Class of 2030.  It is my passion to continue to give back to nā pua a Pauahi and am looking forward to the years ahead.  Imua!”


    Stina KiiliStina Kiili is a return PTSO rep and has also served as Ho’olaule’a rep for Class of 2030. She is a loving wife and mother of 2 young boys. She is a photographer/videographer and can usually be found behind a lens chasing her boys around the island. Stina enjoys spending time with family and staying active in the community. She looks forward to serving as PTSO representative.

  • Papa ʻEhā - 2029 (4)

    Parent Representatives: Davalynn Ahuna and Matthew Prentiss

    Davalynn AhunaDavalynn Ahuna "From the very first day of kindergarten, my son Johnny has expressed his love and excitement to attend Kamehameha Schools Maui. It is truly a privilege that my son is able to gain an education through the talented kumu here at KSM. I admire the hard work and effort put forth by each kumu, and appreciate the guidance and support in helping to raise my little one. My son's growth and happiness is one of the main reasons I have made it my kuleana to do what I can to give back each year. I enjoyed being a PTSO rep last year so let's hana hou this year because there is always a lot for me to learn and I am super excited to be a part of it again!"


    Matthew Prentiss Matthew Prentiss  is always interested in helping out. "Our son loves the school and I want him and all haumāna to have a great year!"

  • Papa ʻElima - 2028 (5)

    Parent Representatives: Michele Navarro Ishiki and Annalisa Bernard Lee

    Michele Navarro IshikiMichele Navarro Ishiki "Serving as a PTSO Board Member is a privilege, and my way of giving back for the gift of education our children were blessed with so generously, from Pauahi. I have served at several capacities with Kamehameha Schools. I served as the Hoʻolaulea Chair in 2012 for the c/o 2014 at KS Kapālama for our son Joshua. ATP (what is PTSO on Maui) Class Rep for our daughter Jayed and the c/o 2018 at KS Kapālama. I’m excited to serve on our Maui Campus for our son Jadon (Kamakana) and our Class of 2028 ʻohana. I’m eager to represent the class of 2028 because of the bond we have all built together. My husband Jared and I look forward to the opportunity to be of service. It’s our way of giving back to our beloved Pauahi."


    Annalisa Bernard LeeAnnalisa Bernard Lee "My husband Chad and I are looking forward to meeting each of you and working with other 'ohana to support our keiki and serve Pauahi's legacy.  This year, our daughter, Kilihe'a will be in the fifth grade. Throughout the years we enjoyed being co-chairs for her class's social committee and Ho'olaule'a.  We continue to be grateful for the opportunity to be of service to our beloved school as PTSO co-representatives. Aloha, The Lee's."

  • - 2027 (6)

    Parent Representatives: Amber Banaay and Shannon Heid

    Amber BanaayAmber Banaay "Aloha Everyone!... I am a stay-at-home wife, and mother of 3 wonderful keiki: 2 attend Kamehameha Schools Maui (Malakai Banaay of Papa Iliahi (11), and Judiah Banaay of Papa Pili (6)).  I also have a daughter in the Hawaiian Immersion program at Pā`ia School (Papa `elua). I joined the PTSO for many reasons this year, but one is to now be more immersed into what is going on with not just one but both of my boys at Kamehameha. I am also involved with the Hawaiian Immersion program for my daughter’s class.. My keiki keep me very busy with their many activities/social engagements; one being hula.  So for me to keep myself going, I love to craft, dance hula, and enjoy outdoor activities especially going to Iao to swim or relax to release my day/week."


    Shannon HeidShannon Heid "As a mother it is important to support, advocate and be a role model. With a background in renewable energy, sales and marketing, I look forward to getting to know and working with the class of 2027 and their ‘ohana. The importance of community engagement is critical in the education process. I am honored to serve on the PTSO board and contribute to Kamehameha Schools. I look forward to working together towards Hawaii’s bright future."

  • Papa Pili – 2026 (7)

    Parent Representatives: Kim Tanaka and Risa Yarborough

    Kim TanakaKim Tanaka "I served on the PTSO board for my older son, Chaysen (Class of 2025), and am excited to serve this year for my younger son, Brennan (Class of 2026). I believe it is blessing that my sons attend KSM and I am grateful to be able to give back in this way. In addition to our two boys, my husband Scott and I have a daughter, Keelyn, who attends Pu’u Kukui Elementary with me, where I am honored to be the Vice Principal. I look forward to synergizing with all of our KSM ‘ohana to provide the very best experience that our keiki deserve."


    Risa YarboroughRisa Yarborough "This will be my daughter's 2nd year at Kamehameha Schools and the PTSO will be an opportunity for me to learn more about the school and also to create new relationships with other parents. I hope to lead by example for my children to show them the importance of being informed and contributing to any 'ohana we are blessed to be a part of."

  • Papa Lauaʻe – 2025 (8)

    Parent Representatives: Roylynn Pacheco and Melissa Dumlao

    Roylynn PachecoRoylynn Pacheco "I'm grateful to have the opportunity to give back to our school that has done such a wonderful job guiding and nurturing our children. I'm excited to build closer relationships with the 2025 parents and I look forward to having a hand in making it a wonderful last year of Middle School for our Keiki."


    Melissa DumlaoMelissa Dumlao "Our family is very fortunate to benefit so much from Pauahi’s legacy and to be part of the KSM community. Serving on the board is a small way of showing my appreciation. This is my first year as a PTSO representative and I am excited to get to know our class of 2025 and their families better, as well as the other grade level representatives."   

  • Papa Makaloa – 2024 (9)

    Parent Representatives: Jon Brath, U’ilani Walker-Baricuatro and Michelle Takahama

    Jon BrathJon Brath "Aloha! My name is Jon Brath of Oluwalu, Maui. I was raised on Moloka’i by a Haole father who loved to dive and throw net and a Hawaiian mother who told me “Boy, you’re going to need an education and I will make sure you speak proper English”! I’m so grateful for Pauahi’s gift and I pray that my children carry the torch of Aloha & the Hawaiian culture throughout their lives. Mahalo nui for letting me be part of the PTSO!"


    BaricuatroU’ilani Walker-Baricuatro is a stay at home mom from Lahaina loves being involved. She has made a lot of good friends while volunteering and looks forward to making more. "Pauahiʻs gift to Hawaiian children has inspired me to volunteer more with KSMC PTSO because without her we wouldnʻt be here."


    Michelle Takahama Michelle Takahama "I am the mother of 4. My twins Ava and Bennett Takahama attend Kamehameha Schools. I have 2 other daughters, one of whom is a KS 2013 graduate. I volunteer because I feel we all need to do our part in our community. It’s our responsibility to teach our children to give back by the example we set."

  • Papa Kou – 2023 (10)

    Parent Representatives: Maryanne Bateman and Tiara Ueki

    Maryanne BatemanMaryanne Bateman " I volunteer to serve because I love working with the community. I am a lei maker and I love to make all kinds of florals and leis."


    Tiara UekiTiara Ueki "I am a mother of 3. I like being able to support my children and the other students in all they do. I enjoy cooking with my family, gardening and hanging out at the beach."

  • Papa ‘Olonā - 2022 (11)

    Parent Representatives: Sharolyn Pali and Kuulei Mashino

    Sharolyn PaliSharolyn Pali is an English teacher at KSM Middle School. A memorable experience for her was co-chairing Ho’olaule’a 2011 Entertainment with her son Tuimana KSM '12. As a Student Co-Chair Tuimana was responsible for securing the Hoʻolauleʻa Entertainment line-up. "I serve on the PTSO Board because I enjoy people and the opportunity to provide service alongside others. I hope to open the lines of communication as a class representative and reach out to all families within our grade level as well as build relationships with others."


    Kuulei Mashino Kuulei Mashino is a returning parent to KSM, (Kees Mashino, KSM ’06) and Jai Mashino, c/o 2022, enjoys spending time with family, and being a part of school community and volunteering. Is a part of c/o 2022 social committee, and has served as a chair for Country Store in 2016, Non-food chair in 2017, and current Poʻo for 2018 Hoʻolauleʻa. Would like to continue to be of service to our school by serving as PTSO representative.

  • Papa Iliahi – 2021 (12)

    Parent Representatives: Stacy Pang and Erin Rodrigues

    Stacy PangStacy Pang "I am serving because I want to give back to our KSM community. Our ‘ohana has benefitted so much from Pauahi’s legacy and volunteering is a small way to show our appreciation. I’ve enjoyed serving in various capacities which include class rep for C/O 2017 (Bailey Dagupion) and C/O 2021 (Savannah Rose Dagupion), Class Social Chair, PTSO Secretary, PTSO Grant Committee, Senior Lūʻau Co-Chair, Project Graduation Committee, Ho’olaule’a Grade Level Co-Chair, and Ho’olaule’a Silent Auction Co-Chair. I’m excited to work with this year’s PTSO group! Outside of work and school, I love spending time with my family, hiking, planting stuff and relaxing with coffee and a good book!"


    Erin RodriguesErin Rodrigues "Aloha My name is Erin Rodrigues, I am the mother of Brynn Rodrigues and I volunteer to serve on the PTSO to stay involved to assist the parents and the keiki so that they thrive to be the best they can be. Both my partner Stacy and I love to help guide the ohana in the right direction. This will be my last year serving on this wonderful organization. My hobbies and interests are coaching cheerleading, hunting if and when I have the time, hiking, beach and outdoor activities, drag racing but semi retired from that sold my race car, and just love spending time with my ohana. I look forward to a wonderful Senior year for the Class of 2021!"



Volunteer hours and efforts contribute to the success of many programs here at Kamehameha Schools Maui (KSM) ranging from a parent assisting in a classroom to school events.

Join the dedicated parents, family and friends, and contribute to KSM students’ school experience.

In order to maintain a safe learning environment for students, staff and ʻohana, KS Volunteers are asked to complete the following steps each school year:

  • KS Volunteer Application
  • Background Check may be requested based on the type of activity or participation frequency.
  • Volunteer Training
  • TB Clearance if anticipating contact with students for more than 30 days cumulative in a year

After submitting the volunteer application to your campus’ administrative office or kumu, you will receive an email from the KSM Volunteer Program Coordinator with instructions on how to complete the process.

As soon as you receive the emails, please complete your portion in a timely manner to accelerate the process. The background check takes the longest. Allow up to 2 weeks to complete the clearance process.

Required Volunteer Clearance based on Activity

Volunteer Activity 

Volunteer Application 

Volunteer Training: “Ensuring a Safe Learning Environment” 

Criminal Background

TB Clearance 

Volunteers for one-time educational activities specified by School Administration. 





Youth Volunteers (under age 18). 

Youth Application 



Program Specific 

Volunteering in K-12 educational activities for less than < 30 days, cumulative in a 12-month period. 





Any educational activities where volunteer may have interactions with students that are unsupervised by a KS employee. 





Overnight Stays 





Preschool Educational Activities 





Volunteering in K-12 educational activities for more than > 30 days, cumulative in a 12-month period. 





For any questions, regarding the volunteer process, contact KSM Volunteer Program Coordinator:

Vaiana Nakamitsu



A message from the parent community coordinator

Lokelani Patrick
Parent Community Coordinator

Aloha e nā makua o Kamehameha Maui!

Building strong positive relationships with our keiki and ‘ohana is fundamental to our kula. We practice Hawaiian values of aloha, mālama and kuleana to support these positive relationships. We take the time to develop relationships with each keiki, ‘ohana and staff members work together for the benefit of our students.

An active parent is an informed parent, so we hope you visit our Kamehameha Maui Parent Information site often to get the information you need.

Kawaiaha‘o Plaza

567 South King St
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 523-6200

KS Hawai‘i

16-716 Volcano Rd
Kea‘au, HI 96749
(808) 982-0000

KS Kapālama

1887 Makuakāne St
Honolulu, HI 96817
(808) 842-8211

KS Maui

275 ‘A‘apueo Pkwy
Pukalani, HI 96768
(808) 572-3100