Beyond the Classroom

Parents Association

All meetings are currently held virtually. Please email pa@onealschool.org for the Zoom link.
All parents or guardians of a student currently enrolled at The O’Neal School are members of the Parents’ Association (PA) and are encouraged to take part in activities and attend any or all of the meetings planned throughout the school year.
 
The organization’s mission is to provide support and encouragement to the administration and faculty in their efforts to develop each student’s academic and creative potential, through volunteer activities. Informational, educational, and social activities are also planned for parents to promote collegiality and community at O’Neal.
 
The PA organizes a number of activities and events that foster a sense of community and involvement for both students and parents. The annual All-School Picnic, Military Appreciation Day, the annual Book Fair, and Faculty Appreciation Week are all events organized and manned by parent volunteers who assist the faculty and administrative personnel in making The O’Neal School a positive and nurturing learning environment for its students.
 
The support of all parents is welcomed and needed. If you have questions or would like more information on any of the Parents’ Association activities and events, please contact any of the PA officers or committee chairs. Welcome to The O’Neal School and the PA looks forward to your involvement in the O’Neal community.

Contact Us

Do you have questions, comments, or want to volunteer for the Parents' Association? Please email us at pa@onealschool.org.
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