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.

Seacrest prides itself on developing meaningful relationships with our students and our parents. The relationship between parents and the school is one of reciprocity. Seacrest provides services and communications and our parents provide their time and talents. Seacrest fosters opportunities for parents to become engaged members of our community through opportunities of purpose.

The Seacrest Parent Association (S.P.A.) is dedicated to the healthy growth, development and well-being of Seacrest Country Day School through building community, fostering education and nurturing the spirit of the School's social life.

There are no applications or dues to be a member of the S.P.A. Each family is automatically a member. Your involvement is valued and encouraged.

Welcome from the President

Welcome to the Seacrest Parents Association.

The Seacrest Parents Association’s mission is to build a strong sense of community, encourage volunteerism, and support the mission of the school.

Volunteering has a positive impact on your child’s education, increases student achievement and promotes a positive attitude towards school and learning.  When children witness parents showing interest in their school community by volunteering, they take pride in their own educational experience.

We hope you take advantage of the many different volunteer opportunities offered.


Christina Bozarth

executive Officers

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.

Christina Bozarth

Vice President
Mary Brandt

Amy McGowan

Katie Oltmans

Event Operations
Amanda Toye


All meetings will be held at 9:00 a.m.

Friday, October 1, 2021

Friday, November 5, 2021

Friday, January 21, 2022

Friday, March 4, 2022

Friday, April 1, 2022

2022-2023 S.P.A Elections 

Elections for the S.P.A. Executive Board are now open and you can self nominate if you are interested in any of the following positions:

President (two-year term) -The president shall preside at all meetings of the SPA or delegate duties to an officer in attendance.

-They shall have the general and active management of the affairs SPA and shall see that all decisions and resolutions of the officers are carried into affect.

-The president will communicate with the head of school on any agenda items that require attention prior to regular or special meetings.


Vice President (two-year term) - The vice president shall assist the president and shall perform all the duties of the president in the event of their absence or inability to act.


Treasurer (one year term)- The treasurer shall receive deposit and withdraw all monies of the SPA, keep an accurate account of all financial activities of the SPA in association with the chief financial officer of Seacrest Country Day school.

-They shall provide a current financial report at each executive board meeting as well as a monthly membership meeting.


Event Operations (one year term)- The event oversight chair shall be the liaison between the respective event chairs the SPA and the Seacrest Country Day school staff and faculty.

-Ensure all documentation and event request are completed in a timely manner.


Secretary (one year term)- The secretary shall attend an act as recorder for all regular and special meetings of the SPA and or officers.

-Share meeting notes with the parent association membership and provide completed meeting notes to respective School contact to post on the SPA website and portal.

-Record all votes during elections. Transcribe minutes of all meetings. Produce and distribute meeting notes. 

If you are interested in one of these volunteer opportunities please email