Parents’ Association

PA Mission

The mission of The Brick Church School Parents’ Association (PA) is to foster a warm and inclusive community for all Brick families and to enhance the Brick student’s experience through family involvement.

This mission is multi-fold:

  • Help to identify ways to advance Brick’s mission and core values through family engagement.
  • Foster school spirit and community through activities and events for Brick students and families, including classroom celebrations, faculty appreciation initiatives, engaging speakers, community service opportunities, and other events. 
  • Advocate on behalf of Brick students and families. 
  • Act as an information liaison to strengthen the communication between the School and Brick families. 
  • Encourage and promote everyone’s potential to contribute without regard, including but not limited to: race, physical characteristics, ability, family structure, ethnicity, religion, age, economic status, sex, gender identity, gender expression, and sexuality.

PA Committees

The PA is structured as an organized set of committees, each led by one or more Chairs who report to a PA President and Vice President. In addition to overseeing and supporting the following committees, the PA President and Vice President coordinate PA-sponsored activities and events and help identify initiatives to foster school spirit and community building. They each serve a one-year term. 

Any proceeds from committee-sponsored programs and events (such as the School Store or Book Fair) help to fund Brick faculty appreciation initiatives throughout the year. Learn more about each of the committees below.

Class Reps: Class Reps provide a channel of communication between the classroom teachers, classroom families, and the School Administration. Class Reps also help to build community within their classrooms by organizing gatherings and encourage participation in school-wide events and initiatives. There are two Class Reps per classroom. 

Library Committee: Brick’s Library is a tremendous resource for our children, and it is entirely run by our families. Members of the Library Committee oversee all aspects of the library from inventory management to book circulation and ensure that the book collection is well-organized and maintained. The Library Committee also publishes reading lists and sponsors special literacy events such as the annual Book Fair. 

Community Outreach Committee: The Sunshine Committee identifies and supports members of the Brick community who have happy occasions to celebrate (such as a new sibling or birthday) or are going through challenging times (such as a serious illness or death in the family). Sunshine Committee members make sure they are reached out to and supported through kind words or a loving gesture.

Yearbook Committee: The Yearbook Committee designs and publishes Brick’s annual yearbook, a treasured keepsake. There is at least one Yearbook Rep for each classroom. The Yearbook Reps collect photography, design the page layouts, and collect tribute ads. 

School Store: The School Store Committee helps to foster school spirit and community by merchandising and selling items through the Brick School Store. 

Auction Committee: Volunteers will help organize the biennial school auction to be held on May 15, 2025. There are numerous ways to contribute to this committee, including acquisitions and underwriting, designing the event decor, entertainment, food and beverage, creating the catalog, budgeting and so much more!