2024 Father-Son Mass and Breakfast: Calling all fathers, grandfathers, uncles, and male role models! Join your McQ student for our annual Father/Son Mass and Brunch on February 4 at McQuaid Jesuit. Following Mass enjoy a delicious brunch while tuning in for words of wisdom from our special guest speaker, James Smith, the President of Nativity Preparatory Academy. Mark your calendars now and we look forward to seeing you there. Registration for this event is now closed.
Service Program Information Night
On January 10, Adam Baber, the Director of Service and Justice held an information session regarding the service requirement at McQuaid Jesuit. Topics covered included what is required at each grade level, how students report their hours, service immersion opportunities, and the senior capstone project.
Our Brothers’ Closet
The Parents’ Association (PA) is very appreciative of all the donations of gently used clothing to Our Brothers’ Closet. Run by the PA, Our Brothers’ Closet is the place where we house gently used clothing donations that could be used for dress code, such as shirts, pants, suitcoats, as well as McQuaid Spirit Wear that students are able to wear on dress down days. The closet is available to any student at any time who may need assistance in sourcing attire due to financial restraints. A few times a year the PA also hosts Annual Garment Sales, where items in Our Brothers’ Closet are available for sale at discounted rates. ($15 jackets, $5 shirts, pants, shorts, $2 belts, $2 ties). All proceeds of our Garment Sales help the Parent Association to host events throughout the year that gather the McQuaid community.
Thank you to all who supported our August and December sales! If you are interested in volunteering to help setup and work these sales, or donate your time assisting with the maintenance of the closet at a time that is convenient for you – please contact email@example.com – we would love to have you join us!
Our Brothers’ Closet is located in Room 230 across from the Counseling Offices. Clothing donations may be dropped off to the front office during school hours between 7:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Monday – Friday. You may contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or Megan Brady at 585-256-6102 with any questions.
Parents’ Association Survival Guide
Transitioning to a new school is hard enough, let alone figuring out how to adjust to new schedules, people, and traditions. Click here for answers to some of the most common questions about student and parent life at McQuaid.
Parents’ Association Board
|Robin Donlon, P'22, '25
Sheila Lecce, P '26
|Cory Herrema, P '23, '24, '26, '30
|Christi Tumminelli, P '29
|Jessica Patel, P '22, '24
Suzanne Peter, P '29
|Our Brother's Closet Coordinator
|Hilary Hagen, P '24
|Director of Special Events and Parent Relations
OTHER MCQ PA NEWS
Volunteer for McQuaid Parents’ Association 2023-2024
All parents/guardians of McQuaid students are part of the McQuaid Parents’ Association. Our PA Executive Committee is continually planning for activities and you are invited to become involved. Share your time and talents by volunteering as little or as much fits your schedule. Check the “Parent” tab on the McQuaid website regularly for opportunities. If you have any ideas of how we can better serve you, please contact us at email@example.com. The hope is for our events calendar to be full again next year with in-person activities so we would love your help coordinating and promoting them. We would love you to join our team of volunteers!
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Check out McQuaid’s Photo Galleries
Be sure to take a look at the photo galleries from recent McQuaid events! You can view the galleries HERE.
A Big Thank You
Thank you to all of the parents/guardians and families of the McQuaid community that support our events and activities throughout the year. Without your participation, our events cannot be successful. A BIG thank you to all of the parents/guardians, family members and friends of McQuaid that volunteer their time, talent or treasure to the Parents’ Association, your generosity is felt by our entire community.