Home & School Association (HSA)

The All Saints Catholic School HSA is a community of school parents who dedicate themselves to serving the school.  This organization is led by an Executive Board.  The HSA Executive Board is established through elections that take place in April of each school year.

The HSA has 3 general meetings during the school year in the Cafetorium.  These meetings are for adults only.  Child care is provided for the meeting at no charge when you reserve the time with the After Care Coordinator.  Consult the school calendar for dates of these meetings.

The HSA Executive Board consists of the President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary as well as:

Fundraising  This position is responsible for all fundraising activities sponsored by HSA and is given a monetary goal at the beginning of the school year by the executive board.

Volunteer Coordinator  This position solicits volunteers for school activities such as cafeteria help, Book Fair, Grandparent’s day, Block Party etc.  All volunteers who interact with children must be Safe Environment cleared and the red security badge must be worn in the building or when students are present.

Outreach  This position is responsible for contacting room parents when a death or illness affects a family.  They also coordinate giving small gifts, cards and visits to students and immediate family.

Room Parent Coordinator  Under the direction and approval of the homeroom teachers, the room parents coordinate and plan treats/activities for class parties and distribute communications to the parents through email.

Hospitality  This position coordinates all hospitality for HSA membership meetings, social events and school gatherings where appropriate.

Teacher Appreciation  This position coordinates teacher appreciation activities throughout the school year such as luncheons and birthday recognition. 

In addition to the HSA Executive Board, there are standing committees that are managed by volunteers and overseen by the Executive Board.  Parents are encouraged to become involved in the HSA as a board or committee member.