Haiku Elementary School: Located in beautiful Haiku, Maui, home of big wave surfing at Peahi/Jaws, the mission of Haiku School is that all members of the school community work together to create a learning environment which challenges and encourages all students to strive for academic excellence so they may become contributing, empowered and fulfilled members of our society. Our Principal is Richard Carosso. To reach us, call (808) 575-3000.
Haiku School PTA: The Haiku School PTA is a 100% volunteer-based organization run by parents, teachers, and the Haiku community. We focus on enhancing and enriching the learning experience and lives of our students, teachers, staff and families through enrichment programs, funded by the Haiku Ho’olaule’a and Flower Festival. The festival is the primary fundraiser for Haiku School PTA, which receives a majority of the funds raised. For more information or to get involved, email us firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 575-3004.
Haiku Boys & Girls Club: The Haiku Boys & Girls Club (HBGC) has over 250 registered members and averages 65+ youths daily. We are located on the Hana Highway in the Haiku Community Center (next to Haiku Elementary School, Pauwela Road). Haiku Boys and Girls Club is about providing a safe, inviting and enriching environment. Along with the programs listed below, we have various guest speakers, special events, and field trips always happening at the club. HBGC receives proceeds from the Haiku Ho’olaule’a to supplement their programs. Keep up with us on Facebook to find out what is going on or call us at (808) 575-9024.
Haiku Community Association: The Haiku Community Association (HCA) serves to educate and inform the citizens of the North Shore area of Maui, Hawaii about issues and activities of concern to our community. It is an all-volunteer membership organization. The HCA is also engaged in an ongoing effort to survey the community for public input and reaction regarding activities, trends, organizations, and events that have an impact on the community. HCA receives proceeds from the Haiku Ho’olaule’a which we use to fund various grant requests. The HCA hosts the Kalakupua Playground Committee, which is working on repairing and reopening the playground at Giggle Hill in Haiku. To get involved, call us at 808-435-3020 or email us at email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the Playground on the web, and visit the HCA as well.
Haiku Living Legacy Project: The Haiku Living Legacy Project (HLLP) is a nonprofit organization, whose purpose is to preserve and perpetuate the historical legacy unique to the area known as Haiku. Historically the Haiku area has included communities such as Haiku, Halehaku, Honopou, Huelo, Kailua, Kaupakulua, Kokomo, Kuiaha, Maliko, Pauwela and Peahi. The HLLP does not receive funds from the Haiku Ho’olaule’a, but serves as a historical component to the festival.
Haiku Elementary School Foundation: The Haiku Elementary School Foundation, founded in 2013, is an organization of supportive community members whose vision is to provide funds for facility improvement projects at Haiku Elementary School. We are also able to support some of the facility needs of the Haiku Ho’olaule’a. To find out how you can participate in the HESF, or to make a donation to the foundation, please email us at email@example.com, or call 269-0525.