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Parent Association

Parent Association

The Weiss School Parent Association is a vital and dynamic parent volunteer group that actively supports The Weiss School and students by advancing the mission and values of the school.

The Parent Association enhances the school experience by facilitating communication among parents, educators, and the broader Weiss School community. The Parent Association sponsors activities that foster community spirit and student education by enhancing existing School programs with volunteers, speakers, resources, and fundraising efforts. 

All parents, guardians, and educators are members of The Weiss School Parent Association. Families are assessed an annual membership due of $35.00 and all of the collected funds that are collected go toward fun, educational, and exciting programs for all Weiss School students and families to enjoy.

All Weiss School parents are encouraged to volunteer at The Weiss School in some capacity to support the overall mission of the School. The Parent Association initiates a list of volunteering opportunities at the beginning of the school year for all parents, families, and friends to consider. A background check procedure is in place for all volunteers and is monitored by The Weiss School administration. 

Volunteer Opportunities: The Weiss School Parent Association Committees

List of 8 items.

  • Annual Auction Coordination Committee

    Our Annual Auction is unlike most others in that is not a formal party. At Weiss, we want everyone to feel welcome and this party does just that by being more laid back and tons of fun. We will need volunteers to help secure items to be auctioned, to plan and execute the decorations, and to organize a party that will be talked about afterward!
  • Back to School BBQ Committee

    The objective is to plan a family friendly event that is welcoming to new and returning families as a Back to School event each year.
  • Boutique (Used Uniforms) Committee

    Donated uniforms can be purchased here for $5 an item. Volunteers will be needed on a regular basis to sort through the donated clothes and to keep the room organized.
  • Field Day Committee

    This half day of school is an event parents do not want to miss! The entire student body and staff are divided into teams of Blue and White. The results of the healthy competition will determine whether Blue or White will prevail. The students get very involved in the rivalry and the day is a lot of fun. Volunteers are needed to set up the field, supervise the refreshment areas, and monitor the games.
  • Good for the Earth Committee

    Be a part of our exciting new committee with a “green” focus! Volunteers will be involved in selecting, planning, and implementing the next green initiative at Weiss.
  • Grandparents’ Day Committee

    Weiss welcomes all Grandparents and Grand Friends to visit and see what the parents already know is so special about our school. This morning includes a show put on by the students and other activities. Volunteers will be needed to welcome and direct the grandparents, as well as to assist in other areas. Please note that this event is closed to parents so if you want to be on campus at this time, you should consider volunteering.
  • Holiday Shop Committee

    Our Holiday Shop is set up with the intention to allow students to shop for gifts for loved ones. The students take a lot of pride in making a list of who they would like to buy for, creating a budget, and counting out their money. This event needs volunteers to set up, sell, and help the younger children make their purchases.
  • Scholastic Book Fair Committee

    The Scholastic Book Fair is held at Weiss twice per year. The students get so excited once they see the Media Center being transformed into that season’s book fair theme! We will need volunteers to help decorate, unpack the books, work the registers, and clean up.
If you are interested in joining one of the PA committees, please email the PA at PA@weissschool.org.
The Weiss School is a co-ed private school that serves gifted students in PreK-3 through 8th grade in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. A Weiss School education prepares students to think analytically and creatively, act socially responsible, live vigorously, and create imaginatively in a warm and supportive educational environment.