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Parents Association

The involvement of families is essential to the success of Cathedral School for Boys. Every parent or guardian of an enrolled student is automatically a member of the Parents Association. The PA, through its elected Executive Committee, works closely with the Board of Trustees and the administration to help each family feel part of the school community and to support the school. The Parents Association provides a means of communication between the school and its families; contributes to school operations through various fundraising activities; and supplies essential volunteer support for many activities including the library, hot lunch program, admission, the art department, Field Day, and Grandparents and Special Friends Day.

The Executive Committee of the Parents Association meets monthly during the school year. In September, there is a general meeting of the parent body on the first day of school to meet committee chairs and learn about events for the year. An annual meeting is held near the end of the school year to approve officers for the following year and announce the results of fundraising activities.

The fundraising function of the Parents Association is vital to CSB's operations and benefits every boy by supporting programs and teachers and contributing to the community which makes CSB the special place that it is.

2016-2017 Parents Association Meetings

All meetings begin at 8:30 a.m. (with the exception of the PA Fair which begins immediately after chapel on Opening Day).

2016
Wednesday, August 31 PA Fair (Gresham Hall)
Thursday, September 15
Thursday, October 13
Thursday, November 17
Thursday, December 8

2017
Thursday, January 19
Thursday, February 16
Thursday, March 16
Thursday, April 13
Tuesday, May 23 (offsite)

Cathedral School for Boys

1275 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 Main phone 415.771.6600 Fax 415.771.2547
Located in San Francisco, CA, Cathedral School for Boys is an independent elementary school for boys in grades K-8. Our mission is to provide an excellent education through intellectual inquiry and rigor that is centered in the Episcopal tradition and is respectful of and welcoming to people of all religious traditions and beliefs.