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Montgomery School Community Association (MSCA)

When you join the Montgomery School community, you are also welcomed into the Montgomery School Community Association (MSCA), whose focus is improving each student’s school experience. The MSCA, run by volunteers, and led by elected parent officers, supports the School by helping to organize a variety of events and volunteer activities. All parents are encouraged and welcomed to participate, but the level of participation and involvement is up to you. Any and all help is greatly appreciated! 

Please mark your calendar for this year’s scheduled MSCA meetings:

Friday, September 20, 2019
Friday, December 6, 2019
Friday, February 7, 2020
Friday, April 3, 2020

All MSCA meetings are held in the Dining Room at 9:00 am following the Friday chapel program, and usually last about one hour. Younger children are welcome to attend with their parents.

2019-2020

MSCA Officers

President Maggie Hollway
Vice President Julie Diaz
Treasurer Briana Jaworski
Secretary Sheila Dugan
Communications Coordinator Laurie Ferraro
Communications Coordinator Lindsay Moreira
   
Montgomery is a unique place where families work in partnership with the School. We welcome family involvement in a variety of activities, and we encourage each family to participate when they can. Serving as a parent volunteer is vital to enriching your child’s education and is a wonderful way to get to know others in the community. To get involved:
  • Contact one of the MSCA Officers, your Homeroom/Class Parent, a committee head, or the Development Office to inquire about volunteer opportunities.
  • Look for volunteer opportunities in Schoolhouse News, our weekly newsletter. 

Volunteer Opportunities

VOLUNTEER CLEARANCES

A PA state law (Act 153) requires all volunteers to have three completed clearance checks. These clearances will need to be renewed every five years. This means in part that parents of students who the School has identified as School chaperones on School-sponsored field trips, or are regularly scheduled to assist in the School during school hours and/or after School at School-sponsored events, who have regular direct contact with children and/or who will be responsible for students, will need to obtain the clearances.

Link to information on obtaining your clearances.

Limited contact visitors or event participants that are not responsible for students, such as attendance in an audience, participation in a celebration, incidental role at a School event, guests at parties, where students are supervised by professional and/or authorized School staff, will not require clearances.