As our “word of mouth” marketers, our staunchest supporters and our most avid volunteers, parents are the foundation of the St. George’s community. They labor selflessly and tirelessly on behalf of the school, assisting to further our mission. Supporters within the parent body provide priceless insight into educating and parenting, school challenges and how best to enrich the experiences of each child. At St. George’s, all parents are members of the Parents Association, which strives to utilize the gifts and talents of its families to enhance our children's educational environment and to provide services, materials, and funding to the school community. Every St. George's parent is encouraged to be actively engaged in their child’s school experience and participate as schedules allow.
The Parents Association offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for parents including fundraisers, coffees, and receptions for visitors to name a few. Activities are coordinated and implemented by the dedicated volunteer parents serving on the Executive Board, as well as on three campus boards at Collierville, Memphis, and Germantown. To sign up for general volunteer opportunities by campus, click on the links below.
Questions? Please contact the Parents Association Executive Board using the drop down menu below or email St. George's Director of Parent Engagement Maggie Murff.
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Volunteer at the Germantown Campus Volunteer at the Collierville Campus Volunteer at the Memphis Campus
L to R (back row): Kerri Pigues, Octavia Lockett, Jennifer Yost, Cindy Haddad, Christy Fox, Amy Knight, Briana Cowan, Amy Mrva
L to R (seated): Maggie Murff, Deborah East, Alicia Juckett
Not pictured: Brie Brolin, Elaine Gumbert, Holly Marlar
L to R: Lane Franklin, Genevieve Hamblin, Andrea Baker, Amee Merkle, Elaine Gumbert, Maggie Murff, Dana Jimenez, Michelle Carroll, Heather Barry, Nicole Davidson
L to R: Maggie Murff, Kerri Pigues, Ashley Gipson, Octavia Lockett, Emily Morrison, Tarsha Ivory, Elishia Bush
In response to the CARES Act and Title IX and Civil Rights Compliance for Independent School, the 34 CFR Part 106.45(b)(10) of the 2020 Title IX Regulations mandates the public sharing of materials used to train school and college Title IX team members. As such, these materials are made available to our community members.