Seacrest Parents Association

A Seacrest education is a true partnership among teachers, administrators and families, which provides a strong and transparent relationship between school and home.

Once your child is enrolled at Seacrest, you become family—a member of a community of parents who have made an investment in their child’s education. Together with parents, we share a commitment to raising empowered, self-aware children. We take our role and responsibility seriously and this partnership is supported throughout divisions.

We highly recommend parents get involved in their child's school. Here are some opportunities to which you can lend your support:

Seacrest Parents Association

Every Seacrest parent is a member of the Seacrest Parent Association. Led by the Executive Board of President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary, the Parents Association provides opportunities for parents to work together in support of Seacrest. Faculty appreciation luncheons, the Book Fair, Coffee Cart, numerous fundraisers, and being a room parent are all ways you can participate. LEARN MORE

Special Events

The Seacrest Parents Association hosts a variety of special events throughout the year. From movie night to fundraisers to Grandparents and Special Friends Day, Seacrest welcomes parents to share their talents and time.

2018-2019 SPA Sponsored Events:

Teacher Appreciation Luncheon- September 12, 2018 & March 15, 2019
Chair, Melissa Kruk

Box Tops for Education- Collections November 1 & March 1
Chair, Angie Silverio

Coffee Cart- February 12; April 3
Chair, Jamie Huntington

Movie Night- November 9, 2018
Chair, Beth Atkinson

Seacrest Backyard Social- January 18, 2019
Chair, Diana Orlowski-Boghigan

Grandparents & Special Friends Day- February 14, 2019
Chair, Renea Tucker

Scavenger Hunt- April 6, 2019
Chair, Julie Earnest

Parent Ambassador Program

Each year a group of dedicated parents works with the Enrollment Office to be a resource to prospective parents who may have questions about Seacrest. Once a family is enrolled, these veteran parents can act as "Buddy Parents" to help a family acclimate to their new school.