Skip Navigation

A Note from the HSA Board

On behalf of the Holy Trinity Catholic School Home and School Association (H.S.A.), thank you for your interest in our organization. We would like to extend a warm welcome to you and your family. Our organization is made up of parents just like you, who volunteer their time and energy for our children and staff. The key to our success is involvement. Please use this flyer to become informed about our committees and find volunteer opportunities that best suit your family.

H.S.A. is supported wholeheartedly by our Principal, Deacon Jeff, our faculty and our pastors. We will continue to work together to ensure an excellent learning experience for our children.

Our Mission

The mission of Holy Trinity’s Home and School Association (H.S.A.) is to support and enrich our children’s Catholic education and spiritual growth in the Holy Trinity community. 


Our fundraising programs are intended to cover the costs of community building events and academic enrichment programs throughout the year.   In addition to community activities for our students and families, funds are used to sponsor teacher and staff events such as Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week and other staff luncheons.  Our fundraisers include the Book Fair, Dress Down Days, Crusader Closet Used Uniform Sales, Rewards Programs, Spirit Wear, and Spirit Nights.

Upcoming Events

Family Fun Night, November 2»
Kendra Scott Fundraiser, December 4»

H.S.A. Committees

The Scholastic Book Fair is held twice a school year. Volunteers are needed with set-up, tear-down, stocking books and working the cash register.

Various activities are held throughout the school year that may require extra volunteers to coordinate such as Back to School Party, Muffins with Mom, Donuts with Dad, Halls Pumpkin Patch, and End of the Year Party.

Used uniform sales will be held regularly and also by appointment. Volunteers are needed for set-up, tear-down, and sales support.

This is a great way to help new HTCS families feel welcome and become familiar with our school. Current families are matched with a new family that may be in their same parish and/or have children in the same grade. Volunteer families are needed to assist new families throughout their first school year.

Volunteers are needed to plan and promote participation at monthly Spirit Nights and Bi-Annual Dress Down Days.

This committee serves HTCS families in the event of a surgery, prolonged illness, the birth of a child, hospitalization of a parent or student or death of someone in the family.   Volunteers provide a homemade or pre-made meal, or purchase restaurant gift cards.  This is a great opportunity for those that work and/or have young children at home.

This committee provides baked goods, meals or other items needed for school-sponsored events such as staff luncheons and president and principal coffees.  Volunteers are also needed for set-up & clean-up.   This is another great opportunity for those that work or have young children at home. 

Volunteers are needed to promote participation, sort and report Box Tops and Labels for Education. This is a great opportunity for those that work and/or have young children at home.

Room Parents plan and coordinate the three class parties: Halloween, Christmas and Valentine’s Day and are also responsible for general duties and communications needed by the teacher.   In addition, the 7th grade parents plan the 8th grade graduation reception and 1st grade parents plan a First Communion reception in the spring for the 2nd graders.   Lastly, we encourage the room parents to coordinate class gatherings throughout the year to encourage community building on a class/grade level.

Volunteers are needed to help sort and distribute Spirit Wear items ordered by school families throughout the year.

The annual HTCS talent show showcases the talents of our children in a fun environment.  Volunteers are needed for auditions, program production, set-up, and tear-down.

Volunteers are needed both before and during this special week to plan and implement a successful springtime celebration.

2017-2018 Home & School Association Executive Board


Nina Muraski

VP - Community Building

Jill Druade and Amber Martinez

VP - Parent/School Support

Val Reimer

VP - Fundraising

Kimberly Nieves and Ashley White


Leslie Walsh


Candace Sandifer