Get Involved: Parents’ Club

The purpose of the Blessed Sacrament Parents’ Club is to enhance the students’ spiritual, emotional, and academic experience through parental support, which is achieved by parents assisting the faculty and staff with classroom activities and school-wide events. Parents’ Club partakes in several fundraising efforts that support professional development for teachers and academic enhancements for students.

You can contact the BSS Parents’ Club at any time at parentsclub@bssky.org.

Parents’ Club Board Members
PresidentLindsey White
Vice PresidentTracie Edwards
SecretaryMaydie Conkin
TreasurerMeredith Schierberg
BookkeeperBecky Nielander

 

When do we meet?
The Parents’ Club Board meets the second Wednesday of every month. Parents are given the opportunity to attend an evening meeting, which is held once a trimester. Please check the bulletin for reminders.

How can parents get involved?
Every parent is a member of the Parents’ Club! Whether you want to be hands-on with children in the classroom or help out behind the scenes, we have volunteer opportunities for everyone!
Fundraisers:
  • Ladies Fall Event
  • Catholic Schools Week
  • Change for Change
  • Everybody Counts
  • Families in Need
  • Family Food Truck Night
  • Girls on the Run
  • Grandparent’s Day
  • Parent/Child Outings
  • Christmas Shop
  • Spirit Nights
  • Teacher Appreciation Week

Ladies Fall Event is the Parent Club’s largest fundraiser of the year.  Money raised at this event helps fund the following activities: Camp Joy Field Trip, Grandparent’s Day, STEM Day, Catholic School Week activities, Professional Development for our Staff, Teacher Appreciation Week activities, Field Day treats for our students, Visits from local Children’s Theaters, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra visits, Conference Week support for our teachers, Graduation celebrations, Homeroom holiday parties, and Governor’s Cup events.

For more information, please email us at ParentsClub@bssky.org
*Note: All school and Booster volunteers are required to become Virtus certified, and it is their responsibility to remain compliant to participate in any curricularextra-curricular, or athletic activities on or off school grounds.