The St. Pius X Parent School Association (PSA) is an integral part of our school, providing enriching programs and unique opportunities for our students, as well as our parents.

Executive Board

President: Josie Pienkosz
Vice President: Dalton Boynton
Vice President: Michele Lutz
Secretary: Heidi Cummins
Treasurer: Frank Faragon

 

PSA Services and Committees

PSA Newsletter and Bulletin Board
The PSA Newsletter is distributed monthly. The PSA bulletin board is located across from the school's library entrance. It is updated monthly providing details for upcoming PSA-sponsored events and volunteer requests.

Special Event Committees
Events are planned throughout the school year so that students may bring their families together at fun social functions. These events are a good way for parents to meet parents and for the children to spend time with their classmates in a relaxed, fun atmosphere.

These committees support the many functions planned by the school throughout the year. Some committees give new students and their families information, support and guidance as they navigate the new school year, while others thank the school's faculty for the effort they expend in educating our children. The foundation of each committee is based upon a parent's dedication to volunteer and ensure a positive educational experience not only for his or her child but the St. Pius X student body.

Room Representatives
This is our most successful way to assist the faculty and students throughout the school year. The responsibilities vary slightly depending on the grade. At the beginning of each school year, a meeting is held for all interested parents.

Social Committee
These parent volunteers are responsible for coordinating refreshments and supplies for a number of events throughout the school year. It begins at the Ice Cream Social and continues throughout the school year to the Spring Open House.

Box Tops for Education
Box tops are collected year round. Look for information sent home with your child.

Entertainment Books
Each year students' families receive a book to review and a letter explaining the goals for this fundraiser. Year after year, the students benefit greatly from this fundraiser because profits are returned directly back to the school for the school's use. These books may be purchased through the New Year.

School Banking
CAP COM's School Banking Program allows students to make deposits at school each week.

Signing up is easy! School Banking parent volunteers at your school have enrollment packets with an application. You can also enroll online at www.capcomfcu.org/school-banking or call (518) 458-2195 to open your School Banker's account today!

After signing up, children receive a Welcome Kit with a cool tie-dye School Banking t-shirt, a drawstring backpack, and a deposit bag. Plus, they earn prizes for making deposits throughout the school year.

But it doesn't stop there. CAP COM School Bankers are also able to:

Earn $10 for every report card with the Great GradesSM Program!*
Earn up to $30 per year through the Summer and Winter Reading Programs!*
Make change into cash at any CAP COM branch with FREE Coin Machines!
Participate in fun youth promotions throughout the year ... and more!
Must be a CAP COM Member to participate. See website or ask an associate for additional details, current rates and disclosure information.

CAP COM FCU is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration.