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Parents Association

The purpose of the Parents Association (PA) is to advance, through parent involvement, the mission and core values of Trinity Hall. The Parents Association shall foster a positive spirit within the Trinity Hall community to promote parent engagement and to orient and integrate all new members into the Trinity Hall community.

All parents, or persons standing in place of parents, of students of Trinity Hall are automatically members of the PA. Dues are not required. The Parents Association Leadership Team consists of a president, vice president, communications officer, and finance officer, who oversee activities of the PA, including scheduling a minimum of four general membership meetings during the school year.  A number of standing committees support the efforts of the PA, including Arts, Athletics, Father-Daughter Event, Hospitality, Mother/Daughter Event, Open House Events, Parent Social, Sunshine/Friends Helping Friends and Teacher Appreciation.  Committee chairs are appointed by the PA Leadership Team, and all members of the PA are invited and encouraged to be involved.

2021-2022 Trinity Hall Parents Association Leadership
Co-Presidents: Jenine Dora and Stephen Scanapicco
Vice-President: Michelle Barber
Communications Officer: Katie Reynolds
Finance Officer: Miriam Chafart-Torres
Monarch Moms Representative: Gioia Pisano

Fathers’ Committee Chairs: Joe Balesterri, Philip Gioia, and Paul Ramos

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Parents Association 2021-2022 Events*:

  • April 3, 2022: Fathers Committee Dance. 
  • May 1, 2022: Mother/Daughter Brunch.
* Calendar of Events is subject to change. Please read weekly Community Notes for updates.

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