What is the Home and School Association?

The Home and School Association (HSA) is an organization much like a PTA. Its purpose is to promote better communication and cooperation between St. John’s school and parents. The HSA also supports the school financially with money earned through a few very successful fundraisers.

There are five general meetings throughout the year. Parents are strongly encouraged to attend these meetings to contribute your ideas and to keep up-to-date on school happenings. Every St. John’s School family is a member of the Home and School Association. Annual membership dues are included in each year’s tuition.

HSA Members - '22-'23

What does the HSA Do?

The Home and School helps to plan and organize school events throughout the year:

  • New Family Tour
  • Welcome Back to School Picnic
  • Open House
  • Halloween, Christmas and Valentine Classroom Parties
  • 1st Communion, Confirmation and 8th Grade Graduation Receptions
  • Show our wonderful teachers appreciation for all they do!
The Home and School oversees and organizes fundraisers:
  • Prayer Walk

How have Home and School Funds helped the School?

Examples of items that Home and School funds have helped to purchase in the past:

  • Library Tables and Chairs
  • Classroom Desks and Chairs
  • Playground Equipment
  • Playground "Slab"
  • Security Cameras
  • DVD/VCR Players
  • Whiteboards
  • SmartBoards
  • Classroom Blinds
  • Textbooks
  • Christmas Luncheon for Teachers & Staff
  • Living room furniture for new Rectory
  • Gym Renovations
  • Classroom Renovations