“To support the academic, spiritual and physical formation of our children in the tradition of the Catholic faith to lead exemplary lives.” OLPH CSPC Mission
We want to thank all parents who help at OLPH by volunteering their time and their talents and making donations. Working together with our wonderful teachers, we all help make OLPH a special place for our children.
There are many ways you can help make this school year wonderful for our children.
Here are a few examples:
1) Volunteer with the Catholic School Parents Council (the “CSPC”)
The CSPC works with the teachers and the Principal to coordinate fundraising and events to enrich our children’s experience at OLPH. Fundraising dollars are then spent on projects and enriched programming to make our school a better place. If you would like to get involved in the CSPC, please contact the school office.
2) Help with one of our major events
The CSPC has traditionally held these following fundraisers each school year:
a. The Annual Giving Campaign
This campaign encourages parents to make a cash donation in the fall to help pay for the initiatives of the CSPC.
b. The Dash for Cash
This is a fun school day event where kids “dash” around the track to music. The kids obtain pledges from family and friends so that every lap they“dash” helps raise money for CSPC initiatives.
c. The Annual Poinsettia and Spring Flower Sales
Help raise money for our school by purchasing beautiful, seasonal flowers (Christmas/Spring) procured from local vendors.
d. The Spring Benefit
Our largest fundraiser of the year, the Spring Benefit is typically held in May, and brings parents and staff together for a cocktail party, a live and silent auction, live music and dancing.
All of these great events need volunteers to make them successful.
If you want to help please contact Carrie Gamache, CSPC Fundraising Chair.
3) Serve as a Class Parent
Every class typically has 2 to 3 class parents. These parents work with the classroom teacher to send out communications to the parents in the class, organize parties and events for the kids, gather parent volunteers for field trips, scientist in the classroom and other activities.
4) Volunteer in the Class
There are always many things going on in the classroom. Let your child’s “class parent” know that you are willing to help or simply fill out the Volunteer Form below.