As part of our goal to continually improve The Carey Dads’ Club, we have revised the By-Laws. These by-laws provide the Board of Directors with guidance in managing the affairs of The Carey Dads’ Club.
January 2016: All objections from the floor at the Membership Meeting and changes will be considered by The Board
February 2016: The revised document (if needed) will be presented to the membership. If there are no changes were required, a motion to ratify the By-Laws will be put to a vote.
March 2016: The document will be finalized and published.
Please click here to review a draft of the revised document.
Please join us on Thursday 9/3/15 in the Senior Dining Hall (South) for our first monthly meeting of the 2015-2016 school year. We’ll start a great year with our traditional kick-off meal at 7:00 and then roll right into business at 7:30.
We will also hear important messages from the faculty, students, administration, and a community partner as well as meet our new Dads’ Club Board Members. The upcoming school year is already shaping up to be an exciting one and we encourage ALL parents to come out in support of our school through your participation and membership in the Carey Dads’ Club.
Please carve out an hour or so to see what we’re about and help us get started on a GREAT school year for our students.
Hope to See You There!
At the February General Meeting, the Carey Dads’ Club presented its first-ever Community Recognition Award to Doreen Sabatino in grateful appreciation for her many contributions to the H. Frank Carey High School Community. Doreen is a tireless and selfless volunteer in several community organizations including the FS&M Fire Department, PTA/ PTSA, Carey Dads’ Club, Girl Scouts, and St. Catherine’s. Pictured with her is Rob Brusca, Carey Dads’ Club President.
The Community Recognition Award was established to acknowledge and appreciate those who make significant contributions to, and serve, the H. Frank Carey High School Community through service to others and/or significant accomplishments that will benefit the community for years to come.
As has been a tradition of the Carey Dads’ Club, we respond to a community member call for help. An active member of the community requires a kidney transplant and is asking that you respond to the attached questionnaire. No obligations or costs, just supporting a call in need.