HASA is the Home and School Association of St. Bernard School. It is made up of all parents/guardians of St. Bernard students along with the school faculty and staff. The meetings are held in Zahn Hall (basement of the school). They start at 6:30 PM every second Tuesday of the month and dates listed below. Children are welcome to bring their special toys and/or drawing paper and crayons to play with during the meeting. We look forward to seeing you there!
What is the purpose of HASA?
The purpose of HASA is to provide open communication between the school and the parents/guardians as well as to encourage unity among parents, guardians, and school/faculty.
Why does HASA have fundraisers?
HASA raises funds for school needs, academics, scholarships, and school activities. Some examples of HASA's efforts include a mobile computer lab, art supplies, new playground equipment, security system, contributions to the parking lot repavement and kitchen updates. Monies are continually being raised for the scholarship fund to help lower the cost of tuition per student.
Why is it important to attend HASA meetings?
- Have the opportunity to meet other parents
- Provide input on decisions regarding fundraisers and other key school activities
- Assist with decisions that affect your child's educational experience
- Service hours for attending the meeting will apply
- Learn how to earn more service hours; as easy as in home projects
- Your child may also wear jeans the Friday after the HASA meeting (Pre-K students get special privileges)