By virtue of being a parent of a PDS student, all parents are members of the PDS Parents’ Association. There is no membership fee or charge for belonging to the Parents’ Association. A Parents’ Association Board exists to manage efforts and to coordinate its work with the Advancement office.
The PDS Parents’ Association is the organized parent group that seeks to support and to advance the mission of the school by aligning institutional needs and parental involvement. Drawing on the talents, passions, and commitment of parents, the Parents’ Association strives to strengthen PDS by:
In addition to volunteer assistance within the school, the Parents’ Association provides opportunity for involvement with fund raising as well as community service activities.
Parents can be involved in the PDS Spirit Sale, Community Reward Programs such as the Box Tops and Kroger Rewards, or the Book Fair. Parents can also volunteer to help in the library as well as other events including the Father/Son Dinner, Accelerated Reader Auction & Store, and the 6th Grade Mother-Son Luncheon. Volunteers are also needed to assist with our Berclair Elementary School Partnership.
In addition to the Parents’ Association, there are other opportunities within individual classrooms to be room mothers/fathers and field trip driver coordinators.
We are blessed to have a school in which parents and guardians are actively engaged in positive and constructive partnership with the school. We appreciate and value our parents, and we recognize the power of positive partnerships and our shared purpose in beliefs in helping boys to grow in wisdom and stature and favor with God and man.
There are great things going on at PDS, and we welcome our parents’ involvement.
Presbyterian Day School (PDS) is a private, Christian preschool and elementary school serving boys from 2-years-old through 6th grade for almost 75 years.
With our mission of striving to glorify God by developing boys in wisdom and stature and favor with God and man, we take a holistic approach to education, nurturing the heart, soul, mind, and body of each boy.