CAPE ELIZABETH HIGH SCHOOL PARENTS ASSOCIATION

 
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The Cape Elizabeth High School Parents Association (HSPA) is comprised of parent volunteers who help enrich our children's high school experience by providing teacher grants, informal meetings with administrators, guest speakers, and Monday morning e-newsletters with the week's news and events. The HSPA includes all parents and guardians of students enrolled at CEHS. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact a member of the HSPA leadership (emails below). We appreciate your support on any level.


Calendar

April 12-19: NO SCHOOL — Spring Break
April 21-27:  Plogging for the Planet
April 23:  Eat at Elsmere to benefit Project Graduation! SoPo location only.
Apr 25: HSPA Meeting, 8am Meeting Room around corner from office
April 28:  International Night, 4:30-6:30 pm, CEHS Cafeteria
May 1:  Early Release Day, 1:20pm
May 2: Music Concert, 7:30pm Auditorium
May 8: Hannaford Grocery Card Checks Due
May 8:  CEHS Baseball/Softball Annual "Strike Out Cancer" game
May 9:  Teacher Appreciation Event
May 15:  Early Release Day, 1:20pm
May 18: CEHS Prom—CHAPERONES NEEDED!
May 20-31: Senior Transition Projects
May 23: HSPA Meeting, 8am Meeting Room around corner from office
May 27:  Memorial Day — No School
May 30: Legally Blonde the Musical at 8pm, auditorium
May 31: Legally Blonde the Musical at 7pm, auditorium
June 1: Legally Blonde the Musical at 1pm and 7pm, auditorium
June 2: Legally Blonde the Musical at 1pm, auditorium
June 2:  Cape Challenge 5K, Fun Run, 1-Miler
June 4: Music Concert, 7:30pm Auditorium
June 5: Hannaford Grocery Card Checks Due
June 9: Graduation, 1pm Fort Williams

HSPA Leadership

President: Claire Depke
Secretary:
Eileen Hetrick
Treasurer:
Tom Hamerski


HSPA Volunteers

Newsletter: Janet Villiotte
Hannaford Grocery Cards: Michele Frost
Teacher Appreciation: Lisa Stevens and Liana EricksonInterested in co-chairing next year? Learn more.
Website:
Megan McConagha

Our Mission

The High School Parents Association enriches students' high school experience by funding faculty initiatives, sponsoring visiting speakers, and supporting creative ideas.