*Indicates Executive Committee of Parents Association
There are two co-chairs of the Parents Association. Each acts as liaison between the parent community and the St. Luke’s administration by creating a sense of cohesiveness and mobilizing the parent body to lead and assist with specific tasks, events and activities at the school, including fundraising.
The Co-Chairs should motivate, delegate, inspire, and communicate with parent volunteers. They should seek out appropriate candidates for PA responsibilities to ensure the success and continuity of the PA. The most senior Co-Chair serves on the School Board. The Co-Chairs are expected to lead all PA meetings.
Service as a class representative is one of the important ways that parents can develop and strengthen a positive relationship and open communication between parents and the School. The role of a Class Representative is to:
- Attend an Orientation Breakfast in early September
- Attend brief monthly meetings at 8:30 a.m. the second school Tuesday of each month
- Maintain class list with updated telephone and email lists
- Coordinate a parent/faculty class gathering
- Help recruit volunteers for school events and fundraisers
- Lower School Class Representatives coordinate the class project for the Spring Benefit auction with the homeroom teacher
- Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten Class Representatives help with class activities as requested by faculty
- Grade 8 Class Representatives help coordinate the Class Gift to the School
- Suggest or encourage nominations for new Class Representatives for the following school year