SUMMER OFFICE HOURS: Tues, Wed and Thurs: 8:00am - 12:00pm. CLOSED Friday and Monday
School Advisory Committee
The St. Augustine Catholic School Advisory Committee, as an advisory committee, seeks to be an avenue of communication among parents, students, and administration. It will counsel, confer with, and support the pastor and school administrator and consistently foster the positive response that will help promote the excellence in education we are all striving for. It will endeavor to develop and define policies, which govern the operation of the school subject to such regulations that might proceed from the Archdiocesan School Office. The Committee reports to the St. Augustine Parish Education Commission.The board consists of nine elected members, the pastor, and principal who meet monthly during the school year to discuss school-related matters including:
Long and short range planning
Relating with and receiving reports from standing and ad-hoc committees
Consulting on budget and tuition issues
Assisting with development, marketing and public relations
Evaluating the work of the School Committee
Members: Susan Dobrasko
School Advisory Committee meets every third Wednesday of each month:
The PTC is an organization composed of all parents and teachers currently involved with the school. Membership is based on enrollment and no fees are required.The PTC objectives are:
To lend support, both moral and financial to the students and staff
To promote good relations, based on good communication and cooperation between staff, administration, and parents
To further the goals of St. Augustine by aiding teachers and the administrator with school activities and projects
To create fun events for parents and families to get to know each other in growing our family connections.
Sample events include Trunk 'n' Treat, Santa Shoppe, Advent program.
Elections are held in the spring of the school year. The St. Augustine Parent/Teacher Committee can only be as productive as the parents who lend their support.
PTC Meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month:
This organization represents all the parents whose children are involved in athletic endeavors at the school. All parents are asked to participate in this organization in a variety of ways because the school relies on the monies raised by this group to run its athletic program.The major goal of the Athletic Association is to outfit and support financially all of the sports students participate in during the school year. This includes basketball, cheerleading, and other physical fitness competitions.The major source of funds for this Association are the Fish Fry's which are held at the beginning of Lent. A fee is charged of each student who participates in a sport. A portion is returned at the end of the playing season to those whose families have met their commitment to the Association.
The Association consists of four members. The members are: President: