What is the Parents’ Guild?
The Parents’ Guild is a vital support system for St. Luke’s Episcopal School, and serves the school by providing volunteer and financial support. Essentially, it’s a booster club composed of school parents!
What is the purpose of the Parents’ Guild?
The Parents’ Guild was established to provide active and continuous support to the school by creating, promoting and conducting social and fundraising events, and by offering financial support to further the school’s educational goals and promote student welfare. The Parents’ Guild serves as a liaison between the parents, school and church, and assists school administration with activities as needed throughout the year.
St. Luke’s has always had a vibrant school community, and we look forward to bringing many of those elements back in the 2021-2022 school year. Many of the events we’ve missed so much require parent volunteers to help us be successful.
Who are members of the Parents’ Guild?
All parents of St. Luke’s students are members of the Parents’ Guild. Members can be as involved as they choose. Traditionally, the guild is governed by an executive committee made up of a President, President-Elect, Secretary and Treasurer, in addition to a general board of subcommittee members. Subcommittees have a primary focus on helping to execute individual events or school ministries.