The community is important to St. Bernard High School. Active participation and collaboration between Parents, Faculty, and Staff are critical to the success of our innovative learning environment that nurtures every student. The Parent Association (PA) promotes and helps to advance the welfare of St. Bernard High School, while coordinating the volunteer fundraising activities. All parents and guardians of St. Bernard High School students are members and we encourage you to attend the monthly PA meetings and events throughout the year.
To contact a PA Officer or share ideas and feedback, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Parent Association Officers
President – Felicia Smith
Vice President – Elizabeth Alexander-Bernard
Secretary – Lorraine Speights
Concession Chair – Aisha Withers Mitchell
Spirit Wear Coordinator – Veronica Roach
Class Parent Representatives
Senior Class Rep. – Melah Muckelroy, Yvonne Johnson, Aisha Withers Mitchell, Bree Davis
Junior Class Rep. – Tanesha McGregor, Narda Christopher-Patrick, Lydia Smith
Sophomore Class Rep. – Sadiqua Harper, Lisa Jackson
Freshman Class Rep. – Letia Royal Burnett, Kym Lambeth
Keep St. Bernard High School parents informed of current activities and events
Listen to parental concerns and support new ideas
Engage in fundraising efforts to enhance the student experience
- Encourage parents to get involved in service opportunities
These links can be used to assist you in getting connected. If you are looking for carpool support or are willing to help carpool students to/from school, please complete the Carpool Request Form and PA will work to connect you. Many of us have hidden talents and specialized interests. The donation of your time is important to us having a successful year. Completing the Parent Volunteer Interest Finder allows us the opportunity to connect you with the best ways to utilize your talents.
Below are some quick access buttons that will direct you to details on various school information.
- Use the "SignUp.com" button to see a current list of service opportunities.
- Use the "PowerSchool" button to access student grades and teacher comments
- Use the "Student/Parent Handbook" to access information on school rules
- Use the "Facts" button to set up your parent account for tuition and fees
Parent Volunteer Hours
Each family is required to complete 25 service hours during the school year. Your service hours can be completed by volunteering your time at various school events or by donating goods. To identify convenient ways to serve, review a list of events on the St. Bernard’s SignUp.com page. No login or account creation is necessary. Simply confirm your email address and start choosing your volunteer spots! Using SignUp.com allows us to manage the fulfillment of volunteer spots and your pledge to donate items.
Here is a list of some of the PA sponsored events throughout the year:
- Garden Beautification Day
- Lady Viking Christmas Tea
- Mardi Gras Celebration
- Grandparents Day
- Teacher Appreciation Luncheon
- Student Appreciation Days
To receive credit for your service hours you can download the MobileServe app and the event chair person will approve your self reported hours. Please maintain a photo of yourself at the event to be paired up with the event sign in sheet. To receive 1 service hour for each $15 of donated goods, please bring your receipt to the Main Office. May 1st is the deadline to complete all 25 service hours. Unfulfilled service hours will be billed at the rate of $20 per hour on your FACTS account on or around May 31st. If you would like to clear your annual service hour obligation immediately, contact the Business Manager, Ms. Andrea Saltzman, at email@example.com to make a one-time payment of $500.
I couldn’t have asked for a better high school experience for my son. He is flourishing in academics, student leadership, sports (cross country and track and field) and campus ministry. His enthusiasm and passion for St. Bernard’s led me to be more involved with the aren’t association and I am even exceeding the hours needed for parent volunteer hours. Go Vikings!
- Mrs. Yvette Bentley
As an alum, I enjoy / love / desire … I love the fact that my son, Darren Walker (class of 2015), is able to go there and receive a quality education. While it is much smaller than when I attended 1988-1992, I truly value the small class size and personal 1:1 attention that he is receiving.
- Tracie N. Hunter, Parent ’15. Tracie N. Matthews, class of 1992