At HTS, a well-rounded education goes beyond the school, and starts from the home.
We welcome parent participation and there are many opportunities for parental involvement throughout the school. The following opportunities are some of the ways parents can get involved in school life:

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  • Volunteering for fundraising initiatives throughout the school

    The school holds several fundraising events throughout the year including the Gala and other special events. Specific committees led by Chairs are established for large-scale events and there are many specialized roles within each committee for parents to fill.
  • Special Events

    Information about special events is typically communicated through SpotligHTS: The HTS News and through the Community Relations and Development department. For more information on how you can contribute to a fundraising initiative or special event, please contact the Community Relations and Development department.
  • Joining the HTS Parent Association

    The HTS Parent Association is a volunteer organization and a valued part of the HTS community. The focus of the Association ranges from fundraising to friendships and “fun-raising” through involvement in events such as the Father Bob Parent Run, the Supper Club and the HTS Christmas Market. Parents can also volunteer to be a Grade Parent. For more volunteer opportunities please visit our Parent Association website under the HTS OneLogin.
Dear HTS Families,

On behalf of the Parent Association Executive, I warmly welcome new families to the HTS community and joyfully welcome back our returning families.

I am thrilled to begin my term as President of the Parent Association as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of the founding of our school. HTS was established by a bold group of parents whose legacy of service to our school community continues today through the work of the Parent Association and our incredible volunteers. Working closely with the Community Relations and Development department, we work to connect and build community among HTS families through events for both parents and students. These events offer a variety of volunteer opportunities for parents and caregivers, and I invite you to get as involved as you can.

We look forward to sharing information about upcoming events and initiatives with you in SpotligHTS: The HTS News throughout the school year. 

In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the last few weeks of summer and I wish you all the best for the upcoming school year!

Sincerely,

Antoinette DeSimini-Caruso
Parent Association President