The Paul Cuffee School Parent Association

The PCS Parent Association is open to all parents/guardians of students attending Paul Cuffee School. Our purpose is to provide opportunities for parents to:

Learn - Get up-to-date information on issues and decisions affecting your child’s education. The Head of School and the school principals regularly attend meetings and present relevant information and updates. Guest speakers share information on topics pertinent to your child’s educational experience. Meetings also provide information on volunteer needs and opportunities.

Share - We must work together to help our children succeed. The Parent Association is your vehicle for sharing ideas on ways to improve the educational experience at the school. You can offer suggestions for supporting the work of the staff as well as activities we can plan for students. If you have concerns, we need to hear them as well so we can work to address them.

Serve - You can make a difference by serving our school community. PCS offers many volunteer opportunities. Some involve being on school grounds during school hours, some are available after school or in the evening, and others can be done from the convenience of your own home. Whether you know it or not, you have a talent, and we can put it to good use. Come find out how you can contribute!

For more information about the Paul Cuffee School Parent Association, or to add your name to the Parent Association email distribution list, email Co-Presidents Kathleen Hartrey, Kristen O’Grady, and Bruce Ciummo at paulcuffeepa@gmail.com.

Note: The Parent Association distribution list lets you receive meeting notices and information about upcoming events and volunteer opportunities. Your information won’t be used for any other purpose.

PCS BY THE NUMBERS

Average class size: 18
Current enrollment: 774
Annual enrollment growth since 2001: 37%
Faculty with advanced degrees: 53%

I love Paul Cuffee School because the teachers are so nice. You also get a great education and you're not allowed to give up!  

Delaney, grade 5