Home and School Board
The Home and School Association works with the pastor, administration and faculty. The association actively funds many of the programs and projects in the school.
Its goals are:
1. To serve as a medium of communication between parents and school.
2. To work with the faculty to foster and achieve intellectual, spiritual, cultural, and physical development of the children.
3. To assist the school in promoting the best interests of the school and Parish.
The Association attempts to achieve these goals through a variety of activities performed by volunteer parents throughout the year. Fundraising for the Home and School Association projects includes the magazine drive, gift wrap and citrus sales, and a spring fundraiser. Annual dues are requested per family and are paid at the Back-to-School night or sent into school with student.
Business is conducted at Back-to-School Night, and Teacher Appreciation Night as well as at periodic meetings during the year, all of which are noted on the school calendar. All families are encouraged to attend and participate.
The Home and School Association is run by an Executive Committee which is composed of the principal, pastor, a faculty representative, annually elected officers, and parent volunteers whose responsibilities include room parents, school services, membership, and publicity. Anyone interested in serving on the Home and School Association Executive Committee should contact one of the current officers.
The Home and School Association publishes a phone directory annually which contains class lists, addresses, and phone numbers for Holy Redeemer students, K–8, as well as participants in the Religious Education Program (by grade level) and the HR Nursery School. An index in the front of the book lists family names and phone numbers in alphabetical order.