Events & Community
Class Parents encourage participation and community spirit within your grade level, and are a resourceful point of contact should you have any grade level queries or ideas. Click here for the Class Parent list.
How to Volunteer
Strong community connections can play a vital role in how our children can integrate and thrive at school. We believe in this so strongly and as a result, one of our goals is to reach 100% participations for all parents/guardians in school activities. There are so many ways you can be involved, just ask us how at email@example.com.
The FA Parent Community invites Fraser Academy parents to join us on Tuesday, April 5th at the Hollywood Theatre for an evening of connection and inspiration! Meet fellow Fraser Academy and FAx parents and enjoy a private screening of the Sundance Film Festival official selection, The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia. Check your email for further details and how to buy tickets.
For information on community building sessions, parent socials and book club, please refer to the FAPC Facebook Group.
Throughout the year the FA Parent Community organizes fundraising activities and collects donations. With the money raised, they purchase individual gifts for the entire FA staff members. We run a staff appreciation event every December and every June.
- December: Festive Holiday Baking.
- June: Annual year end Staff Appreciation Lunch.
If you would like to volunteer for or donate to these events, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should you wish to make a monetary contribution to these events you can do so by cash, cheque (payable to Fraser Academy), or Plastiq. All cash/cheque contributions can be dropped off at Reception. Please indicate on your donation the event name.
An upgrade and beautification of the front of the school and the garden area was completed thanks to the generous donations to the 2019 For the Love of Art Gala. A special thank you to Judy Van Halst for her contribution to creating a vision for the space, and Michelanne Dodds for her research and project support.