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Sacramento Country Day School

Parent Organizations

Sacramento Country Day has a lively and diverse student community, with parents who are dedicated to their children's academic success. Our parents, like their children, enjoy intellectual curiosity and community. Parent Organizations at Country Day offer a variety of opportunities for parents to engage and connect, adding to their children's educational experience.

Parents’ Association

The Sacramento Country Day Parents' Association's mission is to foster a united and inclusive community among all families, students, and staffulty at Country Day.

Our Parent Board leads the Parents’ Association (PA) and holds regular meetings that are open to all parents. During these meetings, we engage with school leaders, discuss  events, hear updates from our committees, and discuss future opportunities for the PA to get involved. 

We rely on parent volunteers to help us plan and carry out these activities and ideas that benefit our school community. Whether planning a luncheon for our staff, hosting coffee receptions, attending parent socials, organizing carnivals, or just greeting people with a friendly smile - every little bit counts! Our Class parents and Division Coordinators help keep the Parents' Association connected with their respective divisions and keep communication flowing throughout the school year.

Upcoming Events

Spring Fling
May 4

Lower School Movie Night
May 10

PA Events

Families of Color, Sacramento

Country Day’s Families of Color, Sacramento (FOCS) Affinity Group offers its members the opportunity to build community, strengthen inclusive practices, and share resources and connect on topics important to the development and support of children of color.

Affinity groups bring people together who share a particular identity (e.g. race, gender, religion, family status, etc.), so that they can speak to the experience of being a member of the group from the “I” perspective. 

Affinity groups also provide space in which its members can explore issues of shared identity and experience, as well as affirm their emotional and intellectual responses to being part of a distinct subset of the community.

Country Day parents Maya and Lonnie Webb are the coordinators of this group.

To join FOCS, please use this link.

Grands & Friends

Country Day’s Grands and Friends, a group for grandparents, extended family, and family friends, is a great way for members to connect with our community in a meaningful way. 

As the grandparents and friends of Sacramento Country Day School students, we are dedicated to helping our grandchildren succeed and to supporting Country Day.