2020-2021 Parents Association Board

Stacy Glaus

The 2020-2021 Parents Association Board gathered for their first meeting to prepare for the next school year on April 29. During their time together, they also installed the first executive committee of the Board.

Next year's Parents Association will be led by Anne Hofer P'22 and '25. Anne served in the President-Elect role this past spring and has been a prior member of the board. She will joined in the role with President-Elect Sara Bennett Pearce P'22 and '25. 

In preparing for her new role, Anne shared, "I’m thrilled to work with Breck parents and the administration to plan and facilitate next year’s Parents Association events. Our mission is to connect parents to one another and build deeper relationships within the Breck community. Our 70+ events provide education, volunteer opportunities and community building for parents. I look forward to seeing everyone this Fall!"

To learn more about the incoming board, visit their website.


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