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Parents’ Association


The Parents’ Association (PA) is an integral part of our community that serves to marshal the efforts and fellowship of families through the planning of annual fundraising events and social gatherings, including the Parents’ Association Welcome Party each fall.


PA meetings (see dates below) take place on Friday mornings in the Blum Library after drop-off, and parents wishing to add items to meeting agendas are encouraged to email PA Co-Presidents in advance at

How to Get Involved

There are many opportunities to help volunteer for PA run events throughout the school year, including Harvest Festival, Book Fair, Annual Auction, Teacher Appreciation Program and more. Please contact to start a conversation about how you can get involved!

Neither registration nor dues are required to become part of the PA. Free after-school childcare is available for parents who are meeting or volunteering. 

2019 – 2020 Parents’ Association Meeting Schedule

Meetings are held on the following six Fridays from 8:30-9:30 AM in the Blum Library on the Third Floor:

Parents who are not able to attend meetings but wish to participate in discussions, can call in to the meeting using the phone number and access code provided:

Dial In Number: 215-609-3074
Access Code: 582-214-743

Officer Positions

Co-Presidents: Michele Jensen P ’24 & Kim Larkin P ’27
US Vice President: Jodi Lokoff P ’17 ’22
LS Vice President: Rachel Iannotti P ’23 ’25
ECD Vice President: Lauren Lipani P ’27 ’29
Secretary: Giulia Sebring P ’27 ’29

Committee Chairs

Harvest Festival: Suzanne O’Brien P ’20 ’22
Holiday Sale & Scholastic Book Fair: Jodi Lokoff P ’17 ’22 & Kim Larkin P ’27
Wreath Decorating: Madelene Varalli P ’23
Spring Auction: Emily McHose P ’28
Teacher Appreciation Program (TAP): Susan Eizen P ’22 ’25, Christina Yorkston P ’24 ’28 & Yang Pak P ’24 ’26

The officers of the Parents’ Association meet on a regular basis, and Vice Presidents of each division support class parents by providing an orientation in the Fall and maintaining communication throughout the school year.