The Home and School Association provides opportunity to become more involved in our school community. Faithful Shepherd has a rich and inviting community of parents and families, teachers, administration, and parishes. Our goal is to not only support the extras that are so often displaced at other schools, such as art programs, junior achievement, the library, sports, music and other extracurricular activities, but also to strive to bring the community together at events that are fun for the kids and that bring our Faithful Shepherd family closer together. Please consider joining us and supporting our efforts to strengthen and promote the one of greatest things FSCS offers – our excellent community of families!
Members of the Home and School Association are any parents or guardians of children attending Faithful Shepherd Catholic School. Please feel free to contact any of the HSA board members for more information or to volunteer!
The Home and School Association meets at least once a school year. The meeting for the school year is in September at Parent Back to School Night. This includes an overview of the Home and School calendar for the year. The HSA Board meets monthly.
This is a comprehensive listing of all HSA sponsored activities at Faithful Shepherd Catholic School. Success of these activities relies solely on our volunteers.
Becoming a volunteer is an easy and rewarding way to become familiar with your child’s school and its educational program. Parent volunteers send the message to their child that they care – about them and about their school.
To learn more about each of the HSA sponsored events, programs, and fundraisers click on the links below. To learn more about Chairperson opportunities or to volunteer for ANY event or program contact the FSCS HSA Board.
Classroom representatives help with recruitment and coordination of classroom volunteers, and serve as a communication focal point for the parents within each class. They are the liaison for holiday parties, field trip volunteers, class-specific clerical help, teacher thank-you group gifts, grade-level projects or responsibilities, and serve as a conduit to families for extra-curricular information that needs to be disseminated to parents. All classroom volunteers, including Class Reps, must have VIRTUS training from the Archdiocese before they volunteer with the children.
This is a one-year commitment. We are looking for one parent per classroom And generally operate on a first-come, first-served basis. Please email Mary Stoick, ( email@example.com) HSA Enrichment Coordinator, if you have any questions.