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Home and School Association (HSA) Committee

The HSA Committee of St. John School welcomes you and is pleased to share these details about our school. The main role of the HSA Committee is to fundraise for the operating expenses of the school as well as fundraise for the student school activities and enrichment. HSA will aid in communicating with the parents, and help coordinate parent and student activities, including cultural programs.

The HSA helps accomplish fundraising goals, helps track donation information and volunteer hours, coordinates dates of activities with the faculty calendar, and communicates needs and suggestions from the parent body. HSA fundraising helps keep tuition affordable and helps parents earn required volunteer hours.

The HSA Committee will meet twice this upcoming 2018/19 academic year (see calendar for 2018/19 dates) with the parents and meets monthly with the school principal. Parent communication with the Committee is welcome at any time. The HSA encourages parents to participate in school activities and fundraisers. Participation helps accomplish the minimum required volunteer hours and yearly financial donation assessment. 

The volunteer hours and assessment required for each SJS family for the 2018/19 year are as follows:

PreK : 15 hours. Assessment - $250.

K - Grade 8 : 30 hours. Assessment - $400.

Please note HSA dues ($35) are payable at the first meeting of the year or in the SJS office. Please refer to the HSA handbook for more details on volunteering and assessment.

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The 2018-2019 HSA Committee

  • Lisa Kagel, President & Class Liaison Coordinator
  • MaryAnne Poeschl, Correspondence Secretary
  • Beth Shea, Activities Coordinator
  • Trish Hagerty, Recording Secretary
  • Taryn Dawson, Treasurer & Assessment Coordinator
  • Maria Coffey, Marketing Representative
  • Bethany White, Hospitality Coordinator