Executive Board

President
Courtney McGair P'31

Vice President
Elisa Vele P'29

Secretary
Lisa Collins P'30

Treasurer
Brendan McGinn P'27, P'30



CONTACT

 

 

 

All volunteers at St. Mary Academy - Bay View are required to complete Safe Environment Training and a BCI check once every three years.  Bay View will coordinate Safe Environment Training as well as facilitate the BCI paperwork with both new and returning volunteers as required. In addition, Massachusetts residents must also complete a CORI form.

Volunteer Forms

BCI Form 

 

CORI Form

(For Massachusetts Residents)

To complete the Safe Environment Training, virtually log into a meeting or see Michelle Masse on the first floor of McAuley Hall Hall.

The virtual meetings are set for Thursdays at 12:00 PM. Below is a link for you to register for a date to take the training. Once this is completed, then Michelle Masse will send you the Diocese of Providence's form signifying you have completed the Safe Environment Training course. 

REgistration

Every parent is a member of Bay View Academy’s Parents Council simply by choosing the Academy for his or her daughter. Strong and dedicated participation allows parents, faculty and administrators to work together to build community and bring resources to the Academy, all to benefit our girls and young women. The Parent Council supports and promotes the school community through activities involving parents, students, faculty, staff and administration. It works to foster a spirit of solidarity, community and collaboration by providing opportunities for parents to meet socially, to become actively involved in the life of the school and to support the Academy's fundraising efforts. 
 


Parent Council Bylaws

 

MISSION

The Parent Council (PC)  embraces and promotes the mission of St. Mary Academy - Bay View. It works together with the school community to support our mission as an educational community rooted in the values of the Sisters of Mercy and the charism of Catherine McAuley.

PURPOSE

The Parent Council supports and promotes the school community through activities involving parents, students, faculty, staff, and administration. It works to foster a spirit of solidarity, community and collaboration by providing opportunities for parents to meet socially, to become actively involved in the life of the school, and to support the Academy’s fundraising efforts.

The Council shall pursue the following objectives:

  • To welcome new families and to serve as ambassadors for the Academy.

  • To encourage positive, productive and Mercy-centered communication within the school community (parents, teachers, staff and administration)

  • To sponsor family oriented activities

  • To sponsor fundraising activities that support school programs

  • To facilitate and volunteer support for the goals, needs and mission of the school

  • To hold informational meetings

  • To promote extra activities for the benefit of our students