Welcome to the Parents' Association of St. Paul’s School for Girls!
PA Executive Committee
Mission of the Parents' Association:
The purpose of the Parents’ Association is to build and encourage a united, supportive parent community that reflects the diversity of our entire community and to provide a network of communication support between St. Paul’s School for Girls’ parents, guardians, school faculty and administration. An important function of this organization is to create a forum for the expression and exchange of ideas between parents and the school; to provide educational programs and forums for parents; to assist in the dissemination of information concerning all phases of student life at school; and to organize and promote projects beneficial to the St. Paul’s School for Girls community at large.
All parents and guardians of students of St Paul’s School for Girls are members of St. Paul’s School for Girls Parents’ Association. Together, we are committed to supporting The St Paul’s School for Girls philosophy of educating students with historical, scientific, artistic, and global perspective, enabling our children to think and act with integrity.
Parents play a vital role in the life of the school. Whether in acting as a Class Coordinator, volunteering in the Swamp (the school bookstore), or serving on a special events committee, every parent is invited to participate.
The Parents' Association is the governing parent organization working with the school administration to enhance a sense of community, promote involvement in activities and events, and improve communication and cooperation within the school family. The PA is open to all parents and legal guardians of students enrolled at SPSG.
Throughout the school year, all parents are invited and urged to attend the PA meetings, which take place on the first Wednesday of each month, beginning October 1, 2013, at 7:30 a.m. in the SPSG Commons. The monthly Parents' Association meetings are one of the best ways to keep informed about what's going on at SPSG.