It’s never too early to look for ways to make the 2017-18 school year the best one yet! Please consider joining one of our parent volunteer groups. New members are always welcome, and officer positions are typically selected at the end of the school year. Contact the heads of each board to find out how to get involved:
Home & School
Our Home & School Board is OLMC’s parent teacher organization. As a service ministry devoted to organizing the school community through governing administrative efforts for its teachers, parents, volunteers, staff, and administration, this board member ministry:
- Supports programs that enrich our students academically, socially, and spiritually.
- Coordinates all volunteer committees by establishing strong community connections.
- Encourages regular parental involvement and sponsors school hospitality.
- Promotes strong communication within the school community.
- Oversees the parish Food for Thought program which funds vital programs for students.
Board members devote themselves to building the kind of school community spirit in which teachers and students can thrive, making for a more effective and efficient educational environment. To learn more, visit our website.
School Advisory Board
The School Advisory Board (SAB) advises the pastor and principal in matters relating to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic School. The school board promotes a clear understanding and communicates the mutual educational responsibility of parents, teachers, and administrators. It assists the school in achieving the goal of providing a quality Catholic education to students by integrating the teachings of the Catholic Church throughout the educational process, and guiding students toward a conscious choice of living a responsible Catholic life. Questions? Contact one of our members to learn more.
The mission of the OLMC Dad’s Club is to build better relationships with our fellow OLMC families and to help improve OLMC for our children. We appreciate all the efforts our dads give. The Dad’s Club does not have a requirement for how much our dads are involved, because any time spent attending a meeting, helping with the planning of an event, or providing assistance for a project will greatly benefit our children and our school. Our “dads” are any adult male figure in a student’s life, to include uncles, grandfathers, older siblings, etc. To find out more, see our website.