The St. Hubert FSA is a volunteer organization composed of the parents of St. Hubert School students. The organization is dedicated to serving St. Hubert School, its students and staff. The focus of the organization’s efforts is on building school spirit and pride.
During the course of the year, the St. Hubert FSA hosts a variety of activities to foster spirit and pride among school students, faculty and parents. These include cultural assemblies, a Halloween event, Santa Sale, Catholic Schools Week activities, and much more. FSA also runs Market Day, Sally Foster and other fundraisers that not only to help fund its programs, but also to purchase large items for the Parish, including lunch tables for the school cafeteria, curtains for the stage and much more.
Those who wish to be involved in this ministry must have a student attending St. Hubert School, and a show a willingness to work on activities that build school pride, and exhibit enthusiasm and professionalism in volunteer activities.The FSA hosts four general membership meetings each year. At these meetings, parents discuss upcoming activities, examine new opportunities and organize volunteers for upcoming events. Various speakers from the local community are scheduled to attend two of the general meetings, covering topics of interest to parents of school age children.
During the course of the year, St. Hubert Family and School Association (FSA) hosts, sponsors, and runs a variety of activities designed to help the parish’s future through our children.