Aware that effective education requires active collaboration between parents and educators, St. John's School seeks to offer parents the information they want and need to support their child's healthy intellectual, ethical, social, physical, and spiritual development. Parent Book Discussions and Wellness Coffees
St. John’s welcomes parents to participate in its reading and book discussion program focused on parenting and school environment issues of interest to parents. Directed by St. John’s School faculty, and scheduled throughout the year, these discussions provide all parents with an opportunity to discuss meaningful issues with their peers and with members of the School’s educational leadership.
Parents Council and Class Parent Meetings
To promote meaningful dialogue between parents and the School's leadership, St. John's holds Parent Councils and Class Parent Meetings. Both are intended to function as support vehicles for the division heads, where they can seek parents' input, receive parents' feedback, and address parents' concerns about programs, policies and procedures. A listing of the councils' members can be found in the opening pages of the School's directory.