About the Innovations Academy Parent Association
The Parent Association exists to help parents effectively organize support for the improvement of the school and its facilities. We strive to engage in activities that provide encouragement, leadership, and assistance to IA so the school can reach its objectives. We encourage participation in school activities by facilitating communication between home, school, and community, and promote the recognition of IA within the community. We fundraise to meet these objectives. Thanks to all who participated in the Pledge Drive in Fall 2014, we raised $11,796 for our school’s pottery program and science needs! There are no membership dues and everyone is welcome and encouraged to join our committees. For more information or to volunteer, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
|6th Grade||Keith & Steph|
|7th Grade||Emily M.|
|7th Grade||Lisa M.|
|8th Grade||Nora & Dominique|
Book Fair Coordinator: Pernille Frandsen
IA Welcoming Director: Lea Ruiz-Ade (K-4), (5-8)
Fundraising and Communications: Bridget Marchand,
Yearbook Committee: Patty Osorio,
IA Social Committee: Jennifer Ott, Genia Basiel
Parking Lot Safety/Traffic Direction Volunteers: Richard & Kathy Odegard
Volunteering at I.A.
Volunteering is one way to contribute to the improvement of education for the children of San Diego. Innovations Academy welcomes parent volunteers who can help in many different ways. Our I.A. Parent Association is a group of dedicated parents who actively contribute to the continuous improvement of our school.
Currently there are several groups of parents collaborating to support the school. All IA parents/caretakers are encouraged to join any or all groups as they see fit. If you are interested in volunteering in any way, please send and email to IAParents@innovationsacademy.org
IA Parent Fundraising
The Fundraising Committee organizes and produces many of the fundraisers that support I.A.
Parent Community Helpers
The main goal of this committee is to help with tasks that support our school as needed. This can be recruiting and organizing class parents, organizing field trips for teachers, introducing our school to our neighboring businesses, finding guest speakers for projects or finding donations from outside sources. This could be as easy as sending out letters from home. It is a great volunteer job for a working parent who cannot volunteer at school!
This is a group to join if you do not have a lot of time to spend on campus as you can work from home! You do not need experience to be a part of this group. There are many templates for grant writing and you can also help by researching grant opportunities. It is a great way to get experience and learn what grants are all about. The main goal of this group is to research grant opportunities and write grants.