Parents' Association

The King Parents’ Association (PA) is a dynamic organization that plays a vital role in our School community. The organization depends and thrives on the active participation of parent volunteers who sponsor a variety of projects and programs designed to support King's Mission by:

  • Improving and enhancing the educational experience of the students
  • Helping create a spirit of community
  • Facilitating communication
  • Supporting administrative and Faculty needs

The PA serves as a general advocate for the parent body and facilitates communication between parents and the School through general membership meetings. The PA will hold its General Meetings for all members three times per year in September, January and May.

Want to Volunteer?

Parents, if you are interested in volunteering, click below to view current opportunities.

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Upcoming Parenting Speakers

Learn more about our upcoming and past Parenting Speakers.

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Parents' Association Calendar

Parents' Association News & Annoucements

King Parents' Association President, Jessica Drbul, welcomes new and returning families to the 2017-2018 academic year. Click "Read more" to see her full letter where she outlines how to stay in touch with the PA as well as important PA events in the first few weeks of school.

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PA Speaker Series Informs Community on Childhood and Adolescent Anxiety

On Friday, April 21 the Parents' Association Parenting Speaker Series hosted Dr. Eli Lebowitz, Associate Director at the Yale School of Medicine, Child Study Center, for his presentation on childhood and adolescent anxiety. A large group of parents, Faculty and staff attended the event to gain insight into one of the most common mental health problems facing today's youth.


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King Community Engaged in Discussion on Climate Change

On Tuesday, April 18, the King Parents' Association Health & Sustainable Living Committee hosted Jennifer Marlon, Ph.D, a research scientist at the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication who presented her research "Change in the American Mind: Communication Opportunities and Challenges." Parents, students, faculty and staff attended the event and engaged in thoughtful conversations and dialogue on climate change.

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