Committees and Sponsored Events

Committees and Sponsored Events

Please select a committee to join the fun! You can either sign up on Help Counter or email the Parent Council at for more information. Committees that sponsor events must use the Event Plan document; it can be found here.

The MPCS Annual Auction Event is usually held in the spring (April 12th). Our Auction Committee, in conjunction with all MPCS parents, solicits donations of services and goods from the MPCS community and from local businesses, then uses those donations to create the Auction Event. It is always a night to remember! This event is also supported by the Parent Council.

The Circle of Friends is our campus “Welcome Wagon” for new MPCS families and sponsors community support for all MPCS families. If you know of someone in need of support, we would love to provide it (we can organize meals, car pools, a care basket for any situation). (Year Round)

Classroom Reps are an essential voluntary position on campus in support of our teachers; every classroom must have one. Duties vary from teacher to teacher depending on their grade-specific needs, but may include the planning and coordinating of field trips, class parties and class participation in campus events such as the Harvest Festival and the Winter Faire. For the Classroom Representative position, please contact your teacher to express interest, and please see the Classroom Representative section elsewhere in this handbook. Teacher Appreciation : Breakfast/lunch for teachers (maybe 4 meals a year); regular Friday snacks for working teachers; End of Year gifts, etc. This event is supported by the Parent Council. Get together to share ideas about how to support classrooms and teachers! (Year Round)

This committee explores how to include diversity concepts and expressions in mainstream campus life through event participation, library donations, and more. To support MPCS in reaching its fullest potential, we strive to: Build a diverse, self-sustaining community, cultivate a welcoming and supportive environment, and prepare today’s children for tomorrow’s world. To view our mission statement, please visit the MPCS website. (Year Round)

Campus beautification with loving hands, working within our Master Plan for long-term student interactivity and general usability. If you enjoy growing things, this is the place for you! We have a campus greenhouse, and we have a plant sale fundraiser in the spring. (Year Round)

The Fun Run/Grandparents Day Event, usually held in the fall, is both a fundraiser (Fun Run) and a thank-you to Grandparents and other significant elders with a tea/light lunch. Elders are encouraged to visit the campus and classrooms with their students. This event is supported by the Parent Council. (October)

This fall festival is a celebration of autumn, and includes food, craft booths and performances by our students. This event is supported by the Parent Council. (October)

The Lantern Walk is an event designed for the younger children to encourage them to connect with the spirit of the season. Lanterns are created in the classroom, and the walk is held after dark. This event is supported by the Parent Council. (November)

Held in the spring, May Faire is a seasonal celebration, with games, food and other entertainment. A significant feature of May Faire is the Maypole Dancing. (May)

This committee explores and hosts speakers and events on many aspects of continuing parental education on Waldorf matters as well as other topics that might assist parents. (Year-Round)

A wonderful opportunity for our children and parents to experience the spirit of the season. It is an evening of magic and wonder. This event is supported by the Parent Council. (End of November/early December)

This committee explores and makes recommendations to the Master Planning Team on recycling and environmental awareness for the community. In some cases, and with approval of the Principal, this committee may present to the Faculty. (Year Round)

This Festival (December) is a celebration of winter, and includes food, craft booths and performances by our students. This event is supported by the Parent Council.

If you like to take pictures, the Yearbook Committee is the place for you! Join us for the creative adventure of documenting our students’ experience for the Yearbook! (Year Round)

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