Parents

The mission of the Calvert School Parents’ Association is to support the administration, faculty, and Calvert School family for the benefit of all and to enhance the campus and community life for every student. The CSPA has worked to enhance communication between the school and the parents, to provide volunteer opportunities, and to oversee events and fundraising efforts which promote community interaction and school spirit.

Get Involved

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  • Parent Representative Opportunities

    • Parents’ Association Class Representative – serve as a homeroom class representative. Meet regularly, as a group, with the Head of School and Division Head to discuss Division level topics/issues. Assist with classroom activities and parties and coordinate parent involvement when needed, such as mixers and other Middle School activities.
    • Calvert Fund Class Representative – work in conjunction with the Development Office to raise money for The Calvert Fund by soliciting gifts and educating current parents about annual giving at Calvert School.
    • Parent Ambassadors - roles vary based on interest and the needs of the admission office. Opportunities for involvement include: volunteer at admission events, talk with prospective parents throughout the admission process, assist with word of mouth recruitment efforts, serve as Welcome Families for newly enrolled families, attend periodic parent ambassador “check-in” receptions.
  • Event Committee Opportunities

    • Faculty/Staff Appreciation (several opportunities)help coordinate Faculty/Staff Appreciation Days throughout the year by organizing volunteers, food, and securing giveaways.
    • Used Uniform Sales (several opportunities)help organize donated used uniforms, volunteer for shifts during Used Uniform Sales, and promote the dates to other Calvert School families.
    • Grandparents’ Day greet and assist grandparents during the Grandparents’ Day festivities.
    • A Night on the Town Committee – help plan A Nighty on the Town by securing sponsorships and auction donations, organizing donations, creating display boards, volunteering at the event, and more.
  • Classroom Opportunities

    • Library Helper (Lower & Middle School) – help the librarians reshelf books, check students out during their library hours, and volunteer for shifts during the Book Fairs.
    • Art Room Helper (Lower & Middle School) – help the art teachers display art work throughout the school, help clean/organize the art room, and help students clean supplies (as needed).
  • Community Outreach Opportunities

    • Fall Food Drive – help transport donated food to Calvert School’s affiliated partners and promote the drive to the Calvert community.
    • Fall & Spring Blood Drives – help staff the Blood Drive and promote the drive to the Calvert community.
    • Winter Toy Drive – help transport donated toys to Calvert School’s affiliated partners and promote the drive to the Calvert community.
    • MLK Day of Service – help with specific activities during the MLK Day of Service and promote the day of service to the Calvert community.
    • Spring Clothing Drive – help transport donated clothing to Calvert School’s affiliated partners and promote the drive to the Calvert community.
  • Other School Opportunities

    • School Store Volunteer
    • International Week Speaker
    • Assembly Speaker

Leadership

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  • Executive Committee

    President
    Jennifer Thompson
     
    Vice President
    Courtney Brody
     
    Secretary
    Crissy Berrier
     
    LS Class Rep. Coordinators              
    Stephanie Martin
    Lori Bourne
     
    MS Class Rep. Coordinator            
    Sheree Carter Chase
    Gillian Quinn
  • Event Chairs

    Used Uniform                                  
    Nicki Boudreau
     
    Grandparents’ Day Chairs             
    Torie Getschel
    Kelly Souryal

    A Night on the Town Chairs
    Caroline Moore
    Blake Sheehan '00
     
    Faculty/Staff Appreciation Chairs
    Holly Coady
    Mary Ellen Evanko

    School Store Chair
    Adrianne Carroll
  • Parent Class Representatives

    Class of 2029 - Fifth Age
    Brooke Farzad (5-1)
    Katharine Castro (5-2)
    Alexis Grumbine (5-A)
    Cozumel Pruette (5-B)

     
    Class of 2028 - Sixth Age
    Laura Angell (6-A)
    Brin Zink (6-B)
    Tracy Browning (6-C)
    Alison Jamison (6-D)
    Beth deVilliers (6-E)

    Class of 2027 - Seventh Age
    Katie Filling (7-A)
    Megan Tahboub (7-B)
    Mindy Mangum (7-1)
    Stephanie Ruckman (7-2)

    Class of 2026 - Eighth Age

    Kerry Schriefer (8-A)
    Julie McAllister (8-B)
    Jennifer Conyer (8-1)
    Adrianne Carroll (8-2)

    Class of 2025 - Ninth Age
    Caroline Casey (9-A)
    Quiana Roberts (9-B)
    Nancy Martin ( 9-1)
    Arielle Bess (9-2)

    Class of 2024 - Tenth Age
    Rachel Grodin (10-A)
    Kelly Foley (10-B)
    Holly Jackson (10-1)
    May Blanchard (10-2)

    Class of 2023 - Fifth Grade
    Alicia Schmidt (Bennett)
    Jie Xiao (Ernst)
    Sarah Mumford (Mascuch)
    Betsey Winstead (Daly)
     
    Class of 2022 - Sixth Grade
    Julie Vaughn (Boys)
    Holly Coady (Girls)
     
    Class of 2021 - Seventh Grade
    Christy Miller (Boys)
    Jennifer Kennedy (Girls)
     
    Class of 2020 - Eighth Grade
    Elisha Hawk ( Boys)
    Melissa DeLong (Girls)

Upcoming Parent Events:

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Calvert School is a coed independent lower and middle school.

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