The SCS Parents’ Association works to benefit our girls by linking the School and its families.
Throughout the year the PA hosts many social events to bring parents together, as a Grade and as a full community. Additionally, it fundraises in support of the varied programs and activities that augment the SCS experience for our girls.
A Message From The PA President
Welcome to a very exciting year at St. Clement’s School. On behalf of the St. Clement’s Parents’ Association, I want to extend a warm welcome to all families.
As a parent at SCS, you are a member of the SCSPA and we welcome and encourage your involvement. The SCSPA is an important part of the St. Clement’s community. We organize a number of community building and fundraising events throughout the year in addition to providing volunteer support for several School events and programs, all of which directly benefit our daughters.
The Parents’ Association comprises the entire parent community and is led by an Executive, Event Convenors and Grade Parents who facilitate communication and community within their grade. Most importantly we rely on the many, many parent volunteers who so generously donate their time to support the numerous activities and initiatives of the SCSPA.
Whether you are able to donate one hour or twenty I hope you will be able to get involved this year. It is a fantastic opportunity to meet new parents; make new friends and catch up with old ones; and, get to know the faculty and staff. For a listing of our events and to volunteer please click the link in the Volunteering section below.
I would also like to invite everyone to join our monthly meetings to see what we have going on. They are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 8:30am at the School in Powell Hall. At the meetings we discuss upcoming events and activities and often host Faculty and Staff members to speak about topical subjects or School initiatives. The meetings are a great forum for Convenors and Grade Parents to communicate updates as well as get support and feedback. If you are able to attend, I would encourage you to do so.
I look forward to meeting and working with you, and I hope your family has a fantastic year. Please feel free to contact me with any questions, thoughts or suggestions.
See you at school,
SCS PA President
May 28, 2019
June 6, 2019
The Parents’ Association organizes a wide variety of activities and events. This would not be possible without our volunteer organizers:
Grade 1 Parents
Grade 2 Parents
Grade 3 Parents
Grade 4 Parents
Grade 5 Parents
Grade 6 Parents
Stefanie Di Rocco
Grade 7 Parents
Grade 8 Parents
Grade 9 Parents
Grade 10 Parents
Clarissa Hu Anderson
Grade 11 Parents
Grade 12 Parents
Welcome Back Coffee
Snowflake Sale - Vendor and Cocktail Evening
Snowflake Sale – PA Tables
Kalvinder (Kin) Babber
Holiday Bark Making
Faculty Appreciation Lunch
Used Textbook Sale
Used Uniform Sale
Junior School Pizza Lunches
Stefanie Di Rocco
Grades 1-4 Catered Lunch
Grade 5&6 Catered Lunch
Middle School Pizza Lunches
Senior School Pizza Lunches
Junior School Mother-Daughter Bingo
If you are interested in volunteering your time for one or more events, please click on the link below and let us know.
If you would like additional information, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator, President or Past-President.
We are also looking for people willing to take on leadership roles. If you are interested in an Executive, Convenor, or Grade Parent role in the future please speak with Meredith Roth, Past-President or John Sayers, President.
The success of our lunch programs relies on our outstanding parent volunteers. Please indicate your interest through the volunteer sign-up. If you have questions about volunteering, please contact the appropriate convenor:
Grades 1-4 Rose Reisman Lunch: Erin Nella
Grades 5-6 Rose Reisman Lunch: Jasprit Gill
Grades 7-12 Freshii Lunch: TBC
Junior School Pizza Lunch: Cherie Tam or Stefanie DiRocco
Middle School Pizza Lunch: Julie Herbst
Senior School Pizza Lunch: Mary Martin or Anh Do
Parent-only social events, with funding from the Parents’ Association, are organized for the prime entry years of Grades 1, 7, and 9 to foster a sense of community and to allow parents to get to know each other.
Locations will be published in e-news and by email. 4-12 parents are needed to help with promotion, setup, and clean-up for each event. Junior School parent social will be organized on an individual class basis.
If you are not sure you can make a commitment for a specific activity, but are willing to volunteer for an hour or two occasionally, please contact the Parents’ Association Volunteer Coordinator. Volunteers may be called upon to help at any Parents’ Association or school event.
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