Welcome to the Middle School Parents’ Association
The Middle School Parents’ Associations (MSPA) builds community through education. Comprised of parent volunteers, we are funded primarily by annual dues. All parents are members of the Parents’ Association. We seek to welcome new families, keep parents informed about what’s happening at the school, provide opportunities to get together and offer meaningful and relevant programming for the parent community. The Parents’ Association hosts regular speaker, book club, and coffee events as well as community and social events throughout the academic year. Please join us at one of our events or volunteer to help! For more information, please contact our 2019–2020 MSPA Co-Chairs, Erin Hull, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Michelle Fallon, email@example.com.
MSPA events are always listed and promoted in the Parents’ Association section of the weekly newsletter. Parents will also receive a monthly email from their grade level parent representative focusing on events relevant to that particular grade. Events planned for the 2019–2020 school year include the following:
Welcome Back to School Coffee: for new and returning families. (September)
Grade Level Potlucks: To be hosted by a parent from each grade for parents to get together and build community. (October)
Fall Parent Social (Grades 6–8): a grown-up social for Middle School parents held while middle school students attend their own social (October)
Skating Party (Kindergarten–Grade 8): a weekend skating party for families (January)
Spring Parent Social (Kindergarten–Grade 8): a fun community event for parents(Late Spring)
MS Faculty Appreciation Reception: a “thank you” from the parents for faculty and staff (May)
Parent Book Club: The MSPA hosts three parent book-clubs throughout the year. They will be held in late September/early October, December, and April. Information will be available about each one via the parent section of the weekly newsletter.
Guest Speakers: The MSPA brings in speakers for the parent community as part of its core mission statement throughout the school year. Previous speakers have discussed juuling, building resilience in your children, and managing technology. Information about these events will be available via the weekly newsletter.
Grade Level Class Representatives
PIN Meeting Representative
Middle School Parents' Association Officers
Co-Chairs: Erin Hull and Michelle Fallon
Treasurer (Kindergarten–Grade 8): Debora Scudiere
Grade 8 Parent Representative: Robin Buonato
Grade 7 Parent Representave: Elizabeth Flowers
Grade 6 Parent Representative: Beth O’Brien