Family Engagement

Saint Columbkille Partnership School strongly believes that for a child's optimal education there must be a trusting, collaborative and working relationship between the home and the school.

Saint Columbkille Partnership School believes family involvement and volunteering increases student achievement, behavior and self-esteem. The school benefits from your talent, time and effort and you, the parent, provide a very important community service for your children and their peers. There are many opportunities to engage with the school, from volunteering and serving on committees, to attending parent coffees, participating in school fundraisers and following us on social media.

Volunteer opportunities include Christmas at St. Col’s, Restaurant Fundraisers, BC Race to Educate, the Book Fair, Holiday Lunches, the Multicultural Potluck and Field Day. All positions are filled on a first come, first served basis. Some people are unable to work the day of the events, and those volunteers can get involved with event preparations leading up to an event. Some pre-event tasks include picking up miscellaneous items, shopping, copying, distributing flyers, cutting and stapling raffle tickets and stuffing envelopes, among others.

For those who volunteer with the school, families are recognized through the Family Service Program. Families who complete 25 Family Service Hours or more will receive a $300 credit per family towards the following year’s tuition. See below for instructions on how to log your hours in Renweb.

  • Regularly Occurring Events

    Early Release – Students in Grades 1 – 8 are dismissed at 1:05 p.m. and students in PK – K2 are dismissed at 1:15 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month. Students in after-school proceed straight to the after-school program and have their usual pickup time.

    Monthly Mass – Most of the school (with the exception of Pre-K and K1) attend Mass together on a monthly basis. Dates are published in the school calendar. All families are invited to attend any Mass or prayer service at St. Columbkille.

    Parent Coffees – Each week, administrators and/or teaching staff offer their time to meet with interested parents to discuss topics of interest according to grade level or subject matter. Each week has a designation, i.e., “First grade coffee” or “Music program coffee”, and parents can attend as they are able. Parent Coffees are also a great way for parents to meet and connect.

    Social Fundraisers – For these events, we invite you to enjoy a night with the STCPS community! These include Launch, Inside Playground, and Adult Paint Nights. These events give a portion of the money earned to our school.

    Restaurant Fundraisers – For these events, we invite you to take the night off from cooking! Approximately every other month there is a restaurant designated as a STCPS fundraising restaurant. Families can opt to dine in or take out food from that restaurant that day; the restaurant, in turn, gives STCPS a portion of the money earned from STCPS families.

    Spirit Days – Approximately one Friday per month is termed a “Spirit Day.” A charity or cause is chosen for each Spirit Day at the beginning of the year; on Spirit Day, students can bring in $1 for that charity and dress out of uniform.

     

  • Family Engagement/Volunteer Committees
    Committee Parent Advisory Committee
    Description The Parent Advisory Committee serves as an umbrella organization for home and school engagement. This committee works with the school administration and the various parent committees and serves as a sounding board for the strategic interests of the school. Membership for this committee is drawn from the various committees and includes two parents from each division, a Board of Trustee member who is a parent, a teacher, and members of the administration. It is anticipated that this committee will hold four meetings per year.
    Administrative Liaison Dr. William Gartside

     

    Committee Community Building Committee
    Description The mission of the Community Building Committee is to instill a sense of community by promoting a mutual support and friendship among parents through social programs.   Committee members work with the school administration to provide enrichment programs to promote the “whole child.” The committee also works with the school to organize social events such as Christmas at Saint Col’s, Restaurant Fundraisers, Pre/Post BC Race to Educate Parties, Book Fair, Holiday Lunches, the Multicultural Pot Luck, Field Day, and Grandparent/Special Elder Day. Some of the above listed activities, while social in nature, provide funding to support the work of the committee.
    Administrative Liaison Mrs. Jen Lynch
    Parent Chairs Julie Kenny and Kati Delahanty

     

    Committee Parent Ambassadors
    Description The mission of the Parent Ambassador Committee is to foster and build relationships with the greater community and in particular with prospective families. Committee members will engage in outreach activities; speak at venues to market the school; help organize and execute Open Houses; establish a relationship with local parishes; mentor new families and plan events for parents. This committee will have bi-monthly meetings.
    Administrative Liaison Ms. Rachel Rumely and Mrs. Erica Rego
    Parent Chairs Erika Cedrone and Nicole Quiroga

     

    Committee Room Parent Committee
    Description The mission of the Room Parent Committee is to build classroom community. Each classroom will have two room parents who share the following duties:

    ·      Meet with the teacher at the beginning of the year

    ·      Attending the Ice Cream Social or Back to School Night

    ·      Email communication throughout the school year with families

    ·      Help organize Teacher Appreciation Week with other room parents

    ·      Organize End of Year Gifts

    ·      Plan 2 events a year for the classroom families to promote community building

    This commitment will fulfill the 25 family service hours to receive the $300 credit towards next year’s tuition. The room parents for each classroom will also receive $40 to be used towards classroom events.

    Administrative Liaison Mrs. Katie Lamothe
    Parent Chairs Roisin Macioce and Kate Bragg

     

    Committee Development Committee
    Description The mission of the Development Committee is to support the school in its institutional advancement. Specifically, members of this committee will work under the guidance of the Director for Institutional Advancement to assist with fundraising initiatives for the school, for example, The BC Race to Educate and the Parent Appeal. They will also help the school to identify potential corporate and other sponsors. There will be approximately four meetings per year and sub-committees will be formed from this group to work on various projects.
    Administrative Liaison Mrs. Kate Ward
    Parent Chairs

     

    Committee Hospitality Committee
    Description The mission of the Hospitality Committee is to provide support at school functions. Duties include setting up and providing refreshments for meetings such as the Morning Coffee with the Head of School, monthly masses and special event celebrations. This committee will have an organizational meeting at the beginning of the school year and individual members will volunteer for the various school functions held during the course of the year.
    Administrative Liaison Mrs. Jen Lynch
    Parent Chairs Christy Moore
    Sign Up Link https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0f48a4a923a7f94-hospitality
  • Family Resource Meetings
    Who? Family Resource Meetings are open to all parents/caregivers of Saint Columbkille Partnership School students.

    For the 2018-19 school year, there will be two coordinators of the Family Resource Meetings: Katie Donnino (parent of grade 2 and 4 girls) and Kati Delahanty (parent of K2 and grade 2 girls).

    What? Parents/caregivers are invited to meet 5 times during the 2018-2019 school year.  We are calling these Family Resource Meetings.

    We have set up an email for ease of communication:  familyresourcecoordinators@stcps.org. The Family Resource Coordinators (Katie and Kati) will have sole access to the Family Resource email. Parents/caregivers can email the Coordinators any time during the year with questions and suggestions, and the Coordinators will point them to the right people (or answer the questions themselves if they are able). The agenda items for the Family Resource Meetings may also come from these emails (if so desired, we will respect anonymity as we craft these).

    Notes will be taken at each meeting and will be shared with the larger parent community as well as to the school administration so that all can learn from the conversations.

    Why? The purpose of these meetings is to offer another opportunity for parents/caregivers to meet together for the following reasons:

    – To strengthen fellowship within the Saint Columbkille community by offering a time for parents to gather outside of scheduled school functions.

    – To share questions, answers, or suggestions about school norms, events, etc.;

    – To share resources and information about the school as well as happenings within the local community.

    The Family Resource Meetings are designed to address some of the requests and comments that have come up in the responses to the annual Parent Survey related to strengthening the community of adults and improving communication between the school and families. To that end, please also visit the Facebook page:  Saint Columbkille Parents. If you would like to join this group, please send an email to the Family Resource Coordinators at

    familyresourcecoordinators@stcps.org and they can add you to the group.

    When & Where? The first of five meetings will take place on Friday, September 28 from 8-9 a.m. in the school library. We will survey parents/caregivers after the first meeting to determine future dates and times.
  • 2018/ 2019 Calendar of Engagement Events

    August

    Event Ice Cream Social
    Description The Ice Cream Social is an annual gathering on the field at STCPS, usually held toward the end of the month. This is a great opportunity for all families to connect with each other, and it’s especially a great time to welcome new families to our community. Volunteers will be available to meet with new families assigned to their grade.
    When & Where Tuesday, August 28, 2018 6 – 7PM
    Coordinator(s) Administration

     September

    Event Opening of School Mass
    Description All students and their families of all faiths are invited to attend Mass at St. Columbkille Parish to start the year as a community united in prayer. Reception to follow.
    When & Where Friday, September 7, 2018 9:30AM
    Coordinator(s) Administration and Hospitality Committee

     

    Event Fall Picture Day (in uniform)
    Description Students, dressed in full school uniform, have their pictures professionally taken individually and as a class.
    When & Where Monday, September 10, 2018
    Coordinator(s) N/A

     

    Event Parent/Guardian Back-To-School Night
    Description Join Head of School, Dr. William Gartside, Assistant Head of School Mrs. Katie Lamothe, Assistant Head of School Mr. Keyon Hurd and your child’s teacher for Back to School Night. The program will begin in the gymnasium. Teachers will share the curriculum, daily schedule, classroom rules and expectations. The event is for parents/guardians only but childcare will be available for those who register.
    When & Where Pre-K – Grade 2       Thursday, September 13, 2018 6-7:30PM

    Grades 3 – 8               Thursday, September 20, 2018 6-7:30PM

    Coordinator(s) N/A

     

    Event Kick-off Community Building Meeting
    Description The Community Builders organize events and activities for STCPS students and families. The first meeting will provide an overview of activities and volunteer opportunities.
    When & Where Thursday, September 13, 2019 8AM
    Coordinator(s) Julie Kenny and Kati Delahanty

     October

    Event Grandparents/Special Elder Day
    Description At this event, students’ Grandparents/Special Elders are invited to a Morning Prayer service and a visit to the classroom of their special student(s).
    When & Where Friday, October 5, 2018 9AM – 11:00AM
    Coordinator(s) Administration, Room Parents and Hospitality Committee

     

    Event Trunk or Treat
    Description Interested families volunteer to decorate their car/trunk with Halloween decorations so that STCPS families can celebrate the holiday by “trunk-or-treating” in the school parking lot. Part of the parking lot is blocked off so that cars can set up their decorations and get bowls of candy ready. The rest of the school arrives a little later, and kids trick-or-treat from car to car!

     

    If you would like to decorate your trunk, please click on the link below to sign up!

    When & Where Saturday, October 27, 2018 2 – 4PM

    Rain Date: Sunday, October 28, 2018 2 – 4PM

    Coordinator(s) Administration and Parent Coordinator
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-trunk1

    November

    Event Thanksgiving Lunch
    Description This annual event takes place on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Our talented dining room staff prepares an incredibly delicious Thanksgiving meal for all interested students and staff. Parent volunteers are instrumental in making this event happen!
    When & Where Wednesday, November 14, 2018
    Coordinator(s) Clary Karasek, Nicole Murati Ferrer, and Denise Shaver
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-thanksgiving1

    December

    Event Christmas at St. Col’s Tree Lighting
    Description Held the first Friday in December, the St. Columbkille School and parish community kicks off the Christmas season with our annual Tree Lighting and Christmas Carols Sing-Along
    When & Where Friday, November 30, 2018 6PM
    Coordinator(s) School staff and Administration

     

    Event Christmas at St. Col’s Pancake Breakfast
    Description In addition to delighting in a delicious breakfast, attendees can visit with Santa Claus, bid on fabulous raffle items, purchase a live wreath, or fill their cookie bags with homemade Christmas delicacies in our ever-popular cookie room. Many volunteers are needed for this event!
    When & Where Saturday, December 1, 2018 9AM – 12PM
    Coordinator(s) Kate Bragg, Katie Donnino, Kelly McGrath
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-20181

     

    Event Grace Giving Tree
    Description Families are invited to take one or more tags from the Grace Giving Tree and purchase the item(s) listed on the tag. Items are then brought back to the school by the identified date and a group of volunteers wraps and prepares them for delivery. This project helps grant Christmas wishes to our STCPS and surrounding community members in need.
    When & Where Month of December
    Coordinator(s) Administration and Katie Donnino

     

     

    Event K1 and K2 Christmas Show
    Description Enjoy festive Christmas singing performances by our K1 and K2 classrooms.
    When & Where December 14, 2018 9AM Gymnasium
    Coordinator(s) Music Program

     

    Event The Nativity
    Description Saint Col’s 1st through 8th grade students perform the Nativity story in the church, accompanied by our fabulous music department. The school choirs, band, and each grade level perform songs on the altar during this beloved Christmas performance.
    When & Where December 18, 2018 6PM
    Coordinator(s) Music Program

     

    Event PK Holiday Celebration

     

    Description PK parents are invited to spend the morning in the PK classroom. Parents will spend time in their child’s classroom and attend art, music, PE, and Spanish classes.
    When & Where Thursday, December 20, 2018 8AM – 11AM
    Coordinator(s) PK Teachers

    January

    Event Catholic Schools Week
    Description Catholic schools across the country celebrate Catholic Schools Week, and STCPS is no exception. Catholic Schools Week is a unique opportunity to showcase all that is wonderful at our Catholic schools! Usually taking place during the last week of January, Catholic Schools Week is filled with fun, family-friendly, and educational activities, such as Family Ice Skating, an all-school Mass, “Mix-it-Up” day, a focus on vocations and family heritages, and our Passport to Learning Open House. All current and prospective families are invited to the Passport to Learning, where attendees receive a “passport” and “travel” to each grade level and specialist class in order to learn about the fascinating projects taking place at STCPS.   In each classroom visited, the attendees receive a stamp on their passport.
    When & Where January 28, 2019 – February 1, 2019

    Passport to Learning Open House: Thursday, January 31, 2019 6PM

     

    Coordinator(s) Administration

    February

    Event Sweetheart Dance Grades 1 – 5
    Description The Sweetheart Dance is a lovely afternoon of music, delicious treats, and professional photos for STCPS girls and their special adult guests. It’s a chance for our young ladies to have fun with their friends and their very special guests. This will be our second year hosting this event, and based on what we saw last year, the girls are sure to make memories that will last forever!
    When & Where Saturday, February 9, 2019 3PM – 5PM
    Coordinator(s) Kati Delahanty and Roisin Macioce

     March

    Event State of the School Address
    Description Join Dr. William Gartside as he reviews the results of our Annual Parent Survey and shares his vision for STCPS.
    When & Where Wednesday, March 13, 2019 6PM

    Snow Date: Wednesday, March 20, 2019 6PM

    Coordinator(s) N/A

     

    Event Annual Musical Presented by the Drama Club
    Description Each year the Drama Club puts on a performance for the school community. The musical will be chosen in the winter.
    When & Where Thursday, March 14, 2019 6PM
    Coordinator(s) Drama Program

     

    Event First Reconciliation
    Description Students preparing for their First Communion make their First Reconciliation at this Morning Prayer service.
    When & Where Saturday, March 16, 2019 10:30AM
    Coordinator(s) Grade 2 Teachers and Rachel Rumely

    April

    Event Easter Lunch
    Description This event takes place on the Tuesday before Easter and is just like the Thanksgiving Lunch, except with ham and potatoes instead of turkey and stuffing.   Many volunteers needed!
    When & Where Tuesday, April 9, 2019
    Coordinator(s) Clary Karasek, Nicole Murati Ferrer, and Denise Shaver
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-20182

     

    Event Picture Day (out of uniform)
    Description Students dressed in “Sunday best” have their pictures professionally taken. Parent volunteers are welcome to assist the photographers’ prep the children before the school photo.
    When & Where TBD
    Coordinator(s) Administration

     

    Event BC Race to Educate T-Shirt Distribution
    Description Families can pick up their race bib and t-shirt in advance of the next morning’s race at Boston College.
    When & Where Friday, April 26, 2019 5pm-7pm
    Coordinator(s) Administration

     

    Event BC Race to Educate
    Description The BC Race to Educate is not only a fun community-building event, but it also promotes a healthy lifestyle while serving as the largest fundraiser of the year for the school. Each family is encouraged to create a race page in order to easily solicit donations from friends and family as they train for race day. The “fun runs” and 5K begin early in the morning in the Boston College football stadium, where all races begin and end. More information about this important fundraiser comes in January/February.
    When & Where Saturday, April 27, 2019
    Coordinator(s) Kate Ward
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-20183

    May

    Event Vocabulary Day
    Description Vocabulary Day is a fun opportunity to increase students’ vocabulary in an interactive way. Each student is asked to choose a word and use household items to create a “costume” for the word and bring it to school. At the time of the Vocabulary Parade, students will don their costumes and join their classmates in a march around the school field so that the whole school can see and learn new words. It’s incredible, amazing, and stupendous!!!!
    When & Where Friday, May 3, 2019
    Coordinator(s) Administration

     

    Event Teacher Appreciation Week
    Description This week recognizes all of the hard work of STCPS teachers and staff. Room parents help to organize how families will celebrate staff and teachers during this week.
    When & Where Week of May 6 – 10, 2019
    Coordinator(s) Room Parents and Administration

     

    Event First Communion
    Description Students from St. Columbkille School and Parish Community make their First Communion at this morning Mass.
    When & Where Saturday, May 11, 2019 10:30AM
    Coordinator(s) Grade 2 Teachers and Rachel Rumely

     

    Event May Procession
    Description It is a Catholic tradition to honor Mary, the Mother of God, during the month of May. At this event, St. Col’s comes together as a community to celebrate Mary by processing in unison around the school grounds, followed by an outdoor prayer service in which students take an active role.
    When & Where Tuesday, May 21, 2019 10AM
    Coordinator(s) Rachel Rumely

     

    Event Book Fair
    Description This weeklong fundraising event usually takes place later in the month and is an opportunity for students and families to purchase new books and gear up for a summer full of reading.
    When & Where Week of May 20 – 24, 2019
    Coordinator(s) Julie Kenny
    Sign Up Link https://www.signupgenius.com/go/508054ba5a72da4f58-20192

     

    Event Art Show
    Description Pieces of artwork from students in pre-kindergarten through grade 8 will be on display throughout the school.
    When & Where May 23, 2019 6 – 8PM
    Coordinator(s) Allie Falconer

     June

    Event 8th Grade Graduation Mass
    Description A Mass is held for the whole school community in honor of the 8th grade students.
    When & Where Friday, June 7, 2019 11AM
    Coordinator(s) Administration

     

    Event 8th Grade Graduation
    Description The graduation ceremony is held at St. Columbkille parish. Families are welcome to attend.
    When & Where Friday, June 7, 2019 6PM
    Coordinator(s) Administration

     

    Event Early Childhood End of Year Show
    Description Each grade level will showcase songs that they have learned throughout the school year. Afterwards, families will be invited to the classroom for an end of the year presentation.
    When & Where Tuesday, June 11, 2019

    PK – 9AM, K1 – 10AM, K2 – 11AM

    Coordinator(s) Ms. Assad and Early Childhood Teachers

     

    Event Grade 1 – 8 End of Year Show
    Description Students present a showcase of music that they have learned throughout the school year.
    When & Where Thursday, June 13, 2019 6:00PM
    Coordinator(s) Music Department

     

    Event Potluck Dinner
    Description This event helps us to unite and celebrate the wonderfully numerous cultures that comprise our school community. Each family attending this evening outdoor dinner is asked to bring homemade food (appetizer, entrée, or dessert) that is representative of their heritage OR is simply a favorite family dish. What results is a fabulous potluck meal that will fill your body and soul with amazing food and gratitude for the diversity of our community.
    When & Where Date: Friday, June 14, 2019 6 – 8PM

    Rain Date: Saturday, June 15, 2019 6 – 8PM

    Coordinator(s)
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-20191

     

    Event STCPS Field Day
    Description Described by many students and families as their most favorite school day of the year, Field Day is a wonderful day where the different grades go outdoors to take part in obstacle courses and other fun and silly competitions. Early Childhood Field Day takes place soon after the school day begins, and Field Day for the older grades starts mid-morning and ends in early afternoon.   Many parent volunteers are needed for this event, but we rarely seem to have trouble finding enough parents to help out!
    When & Where Loyola Field Day: Wednesday, June 5, 2019

    PK – Grade 5 Field Day: Week of June 9th or 17th

     

    Coordinator(s) Kristin McAuliffe
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-2019

     

    Event Democracy Day
    Description Students in grades K2 – 5 prepare a short persuasive essay related to a general topic proposed by their teacher. One student is chosen from each classroom to present his or her speech to the rest of the school. This typically occurs at the very end of the school year.
    When & Where TBD

     

    Coordinator(s) Administration
  • Volunteer Sign Ups

     

    Event Trunk or Treat
    Description Interested families volunteer to decorate their car/trunk with Halloween decorations so that STCPS families can celebrate the holiday by “trunk-or-treating” in the school parking lot. Part of the parking lot is blocked off so that cars can set up their decorations and get bowls of candy ready. The rest of the school arrives a little later, and kids trick-or-treat from car to car!

    If you would like to decorate your trunk, please click on the link below to sign up!

    When & Where Saturday, October 27, 2018 2 – 4PM

    Rain Date: Sunday, October 28, 2018 2 – 4PM

    Coordinator(s) Administration and Parent Coordinator
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-trunk1
    Event Thanksgiving Lunch
    Description This annual event takes place on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. Our talented dining room staff prepares an incredibly delicious Thanksgiving meal for all interested students and staff. Parent volunteers are instrumental in making this event happen!
    When & Where Wednesday, November 14, 2018
    Coordinator(s) Clary Karasek, Nicole Murati Ferrer, and Denise Shaver
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-thanksgiving1
    Event Christmas at St. Col’s Pancake Breakfast
    Description In addition to delighting in a delicious breakfast, attendees can visit with Santa Claus, bid on fabulous raffle items, purchase a live wreath, or fill their cookie bags with homemade Christmas delicacies in our ever-popular cookie room. Many volunteers are needed for this event!
    When & Where Saturday, December 1, 2018 9AM – 12PM
    Coordinator(s) Kate Bragg, Katie Donnino, Kelly McGrath
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-20181
    Event Easter Lunch
    Description This event takes place on the Tuesday before Easter and is just like the Thanksgiving Lunch, except with ham and potatoes instead of turkey and stuffing.   Many volunteers needed!
    When & Where Tuesday, April 9, 2019
    Coordinator(s) Clary Karasek, Nicole Murati Ferrer, and Denise Shaver
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-20182
    Event BC Race to Educate
    Description The BC Race to Educate is not only a fun community-building event, but it also promotes a healthy lifestyle while serving as the largest fundraiser of the year for the school. Each family is encouraged to create a race page in order to easily solicit donations from friends and family as they train for race day. The “fun runs” and 5K begin early in the morning in the Boston College football stadium, where all races begin and end. More information about this important fundraiser comes in January/February.
    When & Where Saturday, April 27, 2019
    Coordinator(s) Kate Ward
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-20183
    Event Book Fair
    Description This weeklong fundraising event usually takes place later in the month and is an opportunity for students and families to purchase new books and gear up for a summer full of reading.
    When & Where Week of May 20 – 24, 2019
    Coordinator(s) Julie Kenny
    Sign Up Link https://www.signupgenius.com/go/508054ba5a72da4f58-20192
    Event Potluck Dinner
    Description This event helps us to unite and celebrate the wonderfully numerous cultures that comprise our school community. Each family attending this evening outdoor dinner is asked to bring homemade food (appetizer, entrée, or dessert) that is representative of their heritage OR is simply a favorite family dish. What results is a fabulous potluck meal that will fill your body and soul with amazing food and gratitude for the diversity of our community.
    When & Where Date: Friday, June 14, 2019 6 – 8PM

    Rain Date: Saturday, June 15, 2019 6 – 8PM

    Coordinator(s)
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-20191
    Event STCPS Field Day
    Description Described by many students and families as their most favorite school day of the year, Field Day is a wonderful day where the different grades go outdoors to take part in obstacle courses and other fun and silly competitions. Early Childhood Field Day takes place soon after the school day begins, and Field Day for the older grades starts mid-morning and ends in early afternoon.   Many parent volunteers are needed for this event, but we rarely seem to have trouble finding enough parents to help out!
    When & Where Loyola Field Day: Wednesday, June 5, 2019

    PK – Grade 5 Field Day: Week of June 9th or 17th

    Coordinator(s)
    Sign Up Link www.SignUpGenius.com/go/508054BA5A72DA4F58-2019
  • Other Volunteer Opportunities

    Parents/Guardians can volunteer in other ways during the year, including:

    • Baking for School Events
    • Lunch and Recess Monitors
    • Field trip chaperones
    • For special event volunteers, e.g., parent assemblies
    • Assisting the school with communications
    • Assisting the school with maintenance
    • Overseeing School Rewards Programs (Box Tops, Amazon Smile, Stop & Shop)
    • Basketball Program
  • Entering Family Service Hours

    Volunteer hours should be added each time you volunteer for a school event on Renweb. Log on to Parents Web: https://sc-ma.client.renweb.com/pw/

    Click on Family Information on the left-hand tab.

    Choice Service Hours on the right-hand side. Any previous service hours will display. To add additional hours, click add service hours.

  • Social Media Links
  • School Rewards Programs

    Click here to learn more about how to get involved with rewards programs to earn money for our school, including BoxTops, Amazon Smile, Stop & Shop, and more!