Home Room Parents
Home Room Parents represent is each grade whose primary purpose is to work with their respective Home Room Teacher regarding regular communication with classroom parents in support of curriculum and extra-curricular activities. There maybe one or two representatives per grade. All room parents are expected to attend monthly meetings with the Home Room Parent Coordinators.
School Advisory Board
The School Advisory Board is a consultative board of nine members who assist in the areas of budget analysis, safety and maintenance, fundraising, public relations, development, board nominations, and communications. Both St. Dunstan parishioners and school parents may serve on the board. The St. Dunstan Catholic School Advisory Board meets the third Tuesday of each month during the school year at 7:00 p.m. in the School Math Room.
The Athletic Board is responsible for the school’s extracurricular sports program. The board reports directly to the pastor and principal and must adhere to the guidelines and By-laws of the Peninsula Parish Schools League (PPSL). The PPSL is under the jurisdiction of the Archdiocesan Department of Education. The St. Dunstan Catholic School Athletic Board meets every first Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the School Math Room.
Men’s Club (Parish School Organization)
The Men’s Club is dedicated to furthering the mission of the parish school community. Opportunity to serve includes fundraisers such as parish school festivals, work days and giving support to our Athletics program. The club is also an opportunity to fraternize in the spirit of brotherhood and Catholic community. The club is open to both school fathers and parish men. The Men’s Club meets during the school year at 6:30 p.m. in the Parish Center with dinner served at each meeting. Meeting dates are posted in the parish bulletin and via the school website.
T.E.R.E.S.A. Committee (Parish School Organization)
The T.E.R.E.S.A. Committee was initiated at St. Dunstan Catholic School in the fall of 2000 as a subcommittee of the St. Dunstan Women’s Club. Our philosophy has continued to be based on the words and works of Mother Teresa of Calcutta. Each season we research causes and focus on projects, which allow St. Dunstan school and parish to participate in expressions of Christian fellowship and contribution to our community – indeed the values practiced by Mother Teresa during her lifetime. Email TERESA Committee.