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PTSA Video Library Project

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x months have been challenging in many ways and we feel that a video library will help our families relieve the stresses that come along with the Covid-19 situation. The school administration and the PTSA would like to invite families to help us create a video library for our school website. Our goal is to inspire, educate and enlighten the Ma'ema'e community and families during these difficult times.

We encourage families to send in a one minute video of advice, tips, experiences and/or inspirational stories in one of the following categories:

  • Physical Health (i.e. how you stay healthy by doing physical activities by yourself or with your family, nutrition, sleep, etc)

  • Social and Emotional Health (i.e. meditation, humorous experiences, showing compassion and kindness, how you stay connected with your friends and family, new hobbies or activities that help promote good mental health)

  • Any other positive experiences and inspiration that can help our community and families

SUBMIT VIDEOS using this link:

https://forms.gle/39FfrGkcHYxU1YH7A

We will also accept photos in the following categories:

  • Family outings and activities

  • Families and their pets

  • Community/Volunteer Service

SUBMIT PHOTOS using this link:

https://forms.gle/GypxYojjVgx4LYx97

Videos and photos submitted will not be edited. By submitting a video or photo, you are allowing the school and PTSA  to post it on the school website and/or the PTSA Facebook page. Deadline for submission is Friday, December 11, 2020. We look forward to seeing your entries. 

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