Parent Association Presents Tonight

Periodically Parent Association brings educational speakers to St. John School.  At the upcoming Parent Association Meeting: Thursday, October 12, 7pm, Egan Hall Disaster Preparedness at Home with Kelly Kasper Learn mitigation strategies Develop a family/neighbor communication plan Think through evacuation plans Learn about reunification Learn how to secure and store supplies and what you need … Continue Reading »

“Screenagers” Comes to St. John School

Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age St. John School is hosting a screening for parents and students of the documentary film, Screenagers. Join us on Tuesday, March 21, at 7pm in Egan Hall for a free, must-see presentation. Screenagers is a documentary that will likely strike a chord with many parents. It explores how … Continue Reading »

Dr. Angela Doyle Presents Tonight

Parent Association presents “Helping Your Child Love Their Body: Building Healthy Body Image in a Thinness-Obsessed Culture,” a lecture with Angela Celio Doyle, Ph.D, on Thursday, January 19, at 7pm in Egan Hall. Dr. Doyle will share research and clinical insights on ways parents can help their sons and daughters feel confident in their bodies, … Continue Reading »

Parent Association – Christmas Party

It’s almost time for the St. John Parent Association Christmas Party and Craft Sale! Thursday, December 1, 7-9pm, Egan Hall Mezzanine Parent Association will serve wine and have some snacks for your enjoyment. Come join us to celebrate the holiday season.  If you’d like to sell crafts, contact Barb at Come celebrate the holiday … Continue Reading »

First Parent Association Meeting 9/20

Everyone’s automatically a member of the St. John Parent Association, so please come to our fall kick-off meeting this Tuesday, Sept. 20th @7pm in the Mezzanine! We’ll be talking about the fantastic year ahead, including Oktoberfest, our annual holiday gathering, unveiling our exciting speaker (A St. John parent who’s doing amazing work!), Author Day for … Continue Reading »