Laura Agarwal and Julie Lev, 2013-2014 CSPA Co-Presidents
The Carey School grew so much in the 2013-14 academic year — quite literally! Our campus expansion included a new Hall of Feathers, two-story Administration Building, and Angell Wing purpose-built for the needs of our youngest learners. We expanded the play options on the upper playground with a magical garden filled with natural elements for our students to explore. The CSPA is thrilled to support the initiatives that continue to improve the experience of faculty, students, and staff at Carey!
Our many volunteers make possible the strength of community that we have all come to hold so dear. From carrying on long-standing traditions to creating new clubs and ways to get engaged, our parent community gives to Carey in so many meaningful ways. And they have fun while doing it.
Here are just some of the reasons people spend their valuable time helping Carey:
It allows me to get to know the kids and to interact with them!
I want to show my daughter her school is important to me. I have a chance to give back to the community that has given so much to our family.
It benefits my family and connects me with others.
Volunteering makes me feel like a part of the community and gives me the chance to know what’s going on with my kids.
It gives me purpose.
I can stretch and challenge myself with new tasks and opportunities. Before Carey, I had never fed 20 people at a time — with spaghetti dinner, over 500.
I loved the opportunity to meet so many other parents across different grades. How could I not give back to a school that does so much for my children each and every day?