CA Parents creates opportunities to support and strengthen Concord Academy in its mission. Recognizing the benefits of our diverse backgrounds and perspectives, we encourage family participation, facilitate communication between families and the school, and organize activities that enrich the quality of student life and the greater Concord Academy community.

 

Explore the opportunities to get involved with CA Parents, from welcoming new parents to leading prospective families on tours of campus; being hosts to boarding students to coordinating Family Weekend events; and participating in on-campus events to supporting the Annual Fund. Every year over 200 parents volunteer, whether they live near or far.  Volunteering as a great way to meet fellow families, get to know the school, and help CA.

 

General Information

Parent Volunteer Opportunities

  • Admissions Tour Guides

    Parent volunteers serve as tour guides for parents of prospective students during their admissions visits. Volunteers attend a training session in the fall and tour families weekly or bi-weekly from September through January.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President: Community
    Sheila Boyle
    (978) 371-2238
    sdarcyboyle@hotmail.com

    Co-Chairs:
    Liz Vernaglia
    (781) 369-1012
    liz_vernaglia@yahoo.com

    Shari Marquis
    (781) 270-0944
    jsemarquis@gmail.com

    Staff Liaisons:
    John McGarry
    (978) 402-2253
    john_mcgarry@concordacademy.org

    Susan Hagopian
    (978) 402-2251
    susan_hagopian@concordacademy.org

  • Annual Fund Committee

    A committee of volunteers contact fellow parents to solicit Annual Fund gifts in support of the school’s operating budget. Parent volunteer support in recent years has resulted in strong participation rates.

    Job Description:
    The Annual Fund is an important source of funding for every aspect of daily life at Concord Academy
    that your children experience: an intimate and challenging learning environment, caring and involved
    faculty, access for the best students to the full CA experience, and maintenance for our historic buildings
    and grounds.
    Asking fellow parents to join you with a gift to the school is powerful and the success of the Parent
    Annual Fund is due in great part to this dedicated group of parent volunteers. Last year was a near record
    year for annual giving to the school and parents were integral to that success. 75% of parents contributed
    over $1 million to the Annual Fund.

    Responsibilities:
    Every year, a group of parent annual fund volunteers:
    • Contacts 5-10 CA families about supporting the school’s Annual Fund.
    • Makes calls or sends emails from home or attends a volunteer night at CA (October
    and April).
    • Keeps CA’s Advancement Team updated on their outreach.
    • Follows up with a thank you when a gift comes in!

    Key Contacts

    Co-Chairs:
    Nima Eshghi
    (781) 257-5250
    neshghi14@gmail.com

    Daphne Kempner
    (781) 259-9930
    dkempner@comcast.net

    Staff Liaison:
    Jenny Evans
    (978) 402-2229
    jenny_evans@concordacademy.org

  • Art Parent Ambassadors

    Parent volunteers provide fruit, baked goods, and other treats after performances and exhibits to create social connections.

  • Athletic Parent Volunteers

    Parent volunteers help the Athletics Department communicate information to CA parents and provide ways for parents of team members to connect with each other and support the athletes, the teams, and the school’s athletics program.

    Job Description

    The goals of the program are:
    — To encourage support of teams during games.
    — To make parents feel welcome and participate in the CA community.

    Timeline:
    Throughout a specific athletic season.

    Start of Each Athletic Season:
    — Communicate with coach to hear about their individual needs and how they like to
    communicate with their team.

    During the season:
    — Help host a CA Fan tent at certain home games. The tent will consist of CA gear and
    food.
    — Communicate with the parents about game times, locations, and a team potluck.
    — Create sign-ups on Doodle for parents to provide snacks at home games.

    At end of season:
    — Give all volunteers names to CA Parents President.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President, Student Life
    Marta Taylor
    (310) 713-8711
    martatay@aol.com

    Co-Chairs:
    Geoff Taylor
    (978) 610-6454
    geoffreytaylor524@gmail.com

    Karen Packman
    (781) 647-5636
    kpackman@comcast.net

    Staff Liaison:
    Sue Johnson
    sue_johnson@concordacademy.org

  • Bed & Breakfast Homestay Network

    Local CA parents volunteer to provide bed and breakfast in their homes for visiting out-of-town CA parents, alumnae/i, and friends. The network is used throughout the year, especially for Opening Days, Parents’ Weekend, and Commencement. Proceeds from the B&B program benefit the school. See the Parents/Resources page on the CA web site for details.

    Job Description:
    The Co-Chair manages our CA Parents B & B Homestay Network program. Local Concord Academy
    parents volunteer to provide bed and breakfast in their homes for visiting out-of-town Concord
    Academy parents, alumnae/i, and friends. The network is used throughout the academic year, especially
    during Opening Days, Family Weekend, and Commencement.
    The goals of the program are:
    ● To provide a cost-effective and friendly alternative for families visiting their boarding student
    and for families/CA parents, alums, or friends attending a CA function.
    ● To strengthen the CA community.
    The coordination requires attention to detail and diplomacy (both host and hosted families share
    preferences and family background).

    Timeline:
    • Summer/Fall:
    - Outreach to continuing and new homestay families.
    • Continuing:
    - Individual arrangements of homestays, primarily through email with follow-up as
    needed. Keep a continual record of arranged homestays and maintain log of payments.
    • Spring/ Summer:
    - Send thank you notes to homestay families, and in early summer, write notes inviting
    them to remain in network. Provide the CA Parents President with a complete list of
    your committee’s volunteers and/or attendees for the entire school year, and program
    feedback.

    Bed & Breakfast Homestay Network Volunteer Form

    Key Contacts

    Vice President: Community
    Sheila Boyle
    (978) 371-2238
    sdarcyboyle@hotmail.com

    Chair:
    Kristen V. Kina
    (978) 263-5464
    kristenkina@yahoo.com

    Staff Liaison:
    Amy Sagalyn
    (978) 402-2256
    amy_sagalyn@concordacademy.org

  • Boarding Student Host Family Program

    This program matches boarding students, if they so desire, with a local family for the academic year. The host family provides a friendly connection in the local community. Some host families provide notes or treats for their host student, take them out for ice cream or pizza, invite them to their home for dinner, and offer a little slice of family life for a CA boarder.

    Job Description:

    Timeline:
    This is a year-long commitment with the hope for monthly student contact, though, the program is flexible according to your student’s needs and what your family is able to provide. As you build this
    relationship, you are welcome to host the student for a weekend away, with advance notice provided to the house parent.

    August:
    — Please be available to welcome your host student’s family. Assure the parents that you will be available for their questions and to help their child with her or his adjustment to the school. This opportunity is primarily for host families to connect with new students.

    September:
    — Attend the Host Family barbecue to meet your returning student.

    October:
    — If your host student’s family is unable to attend Family Weekend, it is great to attend a few classes with your student at this time.

    Exam time: December and May:
    — You may want to make a phone call or send a care package.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President, Student Life
    Marta Taylor
    (310) 713-8711
    martatay@aol.com

    Chair:
    Nima Eshghi
    (617) 610-0901
    neshghi14@gmail.com

    Staff Liaison:
    Brendan Shepard
    (978) 402-2258
    brendan_shepard@concordacademy.org

  • CA Book Group

    Open to all parents, the CA Parents Book Group meets several times during the school year either on campus or at a parent’s home. Participants select books to read and discuss at future meetings.

    Job Description:

    The CA Parents Book Groups, held several times during the school year, are open to all CA parents. Participants select books to read and discuss at future meetings. Responsibility for guiding discussions may rest with the leader of this activity or may be shared among participants.

    Each discussion session lasts up to two hours. The discussion leader may choose to prepare questions or background information in advance. Each book group should designate a liaison to keep in contact with CA’s Engagement Office.

    The goals of the program are:
    — To offer parents of CA students an opportunity to meet other parents and exchange ideas, using
    thoughtfully selected books as a focal point.
    — To build community

    Timeline:

    August-September:
    — The first discussion of the year should fall within a month after the start of school, and subsequent sessions may be scheduled every couple of months thereafter throughout the school year. Schedule the first meeting, secure the location(s), and create announcements to advertise the first book and the discussion date and time.

    Throughout the School Year:
    — Keep in-touch with the Engagement Office about attendees at each meeting and books read.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President, Engagement
    Lisa Fitzgibbons
    (781) 652-8815
    mines.family@verizon.net

    Chair:
    Marcie Berkley
    (978) 369-1380
    marcietb@gmail.com

    Staff Liaison:
    Amy Sagalyn
    (978) 402-22256
    amy_sagalyn@concordacademy.org

  • CA Gear Pop-up Store

    The CA Gear pop-up store provides CA-branded clothing and gear at a variety of school events throughout the school year. Parent volunteers will assist with inventory, promote the store, and work in the store.

    Parent Pop-up Store Volunteers

    Role: Parent Pop-up Store Volunteers

    Goal: The pop-up store is a valuable addition to the Concord Academy community. After its first
    year, the community has responded positively to increased availability of CA-branded clothing
    and gear. The result has been a community that proudly bears the CA brand out into the world,
    spreading positive awareness and increasing engagement.

    Opportunity: We are looking to partner with our parent community to increase the availability of
    CA-branded clothing and gear. This partnership has the potential for two primary benefits:
    a. Parents know what students and parents alike would like to purchase, and thus
    will ensure the items sold through the pop-up store are desirable to our community; and
    b. Through partnership, the added capacity will mean the pop-up store can happen
    more often, making clothing and gear more available.

    Role: The parent pop-up store volunteers would work closely with Allison Fraske and Ben
    Carmichael in the Marketing & Communications Department in pursuit of the following tasks:
    • Identifying potential dates (6-8) throughout the school year for the pop-up store;
    • Reviewing current offerings, and identifying new items to add;
    • Running the pop-up store at events, including set-up, sales, and break-down and cleanup;
    • Monitoring inventory, and notifying the Marketing & Comms team when stock is low; and
    • Working to promote the pop-up store and its offerings.

    Timing Commitment: The timing commitment will be determined both by the number of times
    the pop-up store is set-up and also the number of volunteers. Currently, this is 4-5 times a year.

    Volunteers: We propose that this be lead by one or two parent volunteers, and that they identify
    and work with a small group of parent volunteers.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President: Community
    Sheila Boyle
    (978) 371-2238
    sdarcyboyle@hotmail.com

    Co-Chairs:
    Kristen V. Kina
    (978) 263-5464
    kristenkina@yahoo.com

    Lori Davidson
    (781) 861-0734
    lorijdavidson@gmail.com

    Doris Christelis
    (617) 335-1180
    dorischristelis@gmail.com

    Staff Liaison:
    Ben Carmichael
    (978) 402-2227
    ben_carmichael@concordacademy.org

  • CA Spring Community Event

    Each spring CA Parents hosts a special community event that includes many ways for parents to get involved.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President, Engagement
    Lisa Fitzgibbons
    (781) 652-8815
    mines.family@verizon.net

    Staff Liaisons:
    Amy Sagalyn
    (978) 402-2256
    amy_sagalyn@concordacademy.org

    Brendan Shepard
    (978) 402-2258
    brendan_shepard@concordacademy.org

  • Exam Treats

    CA Parents surprises students with little bags of treats in their mailboxes to wish them well during their December and May exams. Volunteers provide the treats and stuff the bags on the Thursday morning before exams.

    Job Description

    Key Contacts

    Vice President, Student Life
    Marta Taylor
    (310) 713-8711
    martatay@aol.com

    Chairs:
    Judy Rosenbaum
    (978) 369-6003
    muabnesorj@gmail.com

    Becky Derby '84
    (781) 862-8188
    rderby@tiac.net

    Kim Tesson
    (617) 969-1690
    ktesson22@hotmail.com

    Benna Kushlefsky
    (617) 232-0434
    bennak@rcn.com

    Kristen V. Kina
    (978) 263-5464
    kristenkina@yahoo.com

    Staff Liaison:
    Amy Sagalyn
    (978) 402-2256
    amy_sagalyn@concordacademy.org

  • Family Weekend Dinner

    Family Weekend will be on Friday, October 14 and Saturday, October 15.

    CA Parent socials will occur on the evening of Thursday, October 13, heading into Family Weekend.

    Job Description:

    Concord Academy parents host a dinner for the CA community of families, faculty, and staff on the Friday evening of Family Weekend, October 14 at 6:30 p.m. Volunteers are needed during the day on Thursday, October 13, to help set up tables and decorate the gym.

    Responsibilities:
    — Plan decorations and set-up
    — Post-dinner clean-up

    Timeline:

    • Early September:
    - Co-Chairs meet with Amy Sagalyn in CA’s Engagement Office to discuss a menu,
    decorations, and set-up, with input and guidance from CA’s Food Services.

    Two weeks before dinner:
    — Email volunteers (approximately 12-18 needed) to establish a schedule for set-up and clean-up.

    Five days before dinner:
    — Email volunteers a reminder and schedule. Ask volunteers to contact you if they unavailable to participate.

    Before Thursday set-up:
    — Make sure you have a camera to photograph the set-up, nametags, as well as the snacks for volunteers. Water, cider, soda, cookies, cheese and crackers, and candy have worked
    well in the past.

    Thursday set-up:
    — Tables are set 6 feet apart and 10 chairs are placed around each round table. The afternoon set-up takes about 2 ½ to 3 hours (often 12:30-3:30pm). Remember to set-up
    refreshments for volunteers with nametags. When volunteers arrive, teams work on the following projects: centerpieces, tablecloths and setting tables, and folding napkins. Any combination of mums, pumpkins, cabbages, and cornstalks are used to decorate the stage and the entrance to the gym and buffets.

    Following the dinner:
    — Send a thank you email to the volunteers within a couple of days.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President, Engagement
    Lisa Fitzgibbons
    (781) 652-8815
    mines.family@verizon.net

    Co-Chairs:
    Lori and Karl Hick
    (978) 254-5535
    lorihick@gmail.com

    Staff Liaisons:
    Amy Sagalyn
    (978) 402-2256
    amy_sagalyn@concordacademy.org

    Brendan Shepard
    (978) 402-2258
    brendan_shepard@concordacademy.org

  • Harvest Faculty/ Staff Appreciation

    Parents provide fruit, baked goods, and other treats to show their appreciation to CA faculty and staff, who greatly anticipate these annual traditions.

    Parents provide fruit, baked goods, and other treats to show their appreciation to CA faculty and staff.

    Job Description:
    For the Harvest’s Appreciation, on November 1, 2016, from 12:50-2:10pm, just prior to the
    faculty/staff meeting, parents provide a luncheon spread.
    Planning starts for each event approximately one month prior with a request for volunteers. When the
    volunteer roster is complete, food planning begins.

    Timeline
    • One month before the event:
    - Plan food items with volunteers.
    - Email volunteers requesting help for the set-up and clean-up of the event. Specify what
    you would like them to bring.
    - Order anything you want to bring that will need to supplement donations: paper
    supplies, gloves, small plates, napkins, forks, cups, and some tablecloths. Also, there
    have been small notices saying, “Given by the parents to show their appreciation…,”
    you may need to create new notices.
    - Establish a drop-off location for food donations and ask a few volunteers to help carry
    food to the MAC.
    • After Event:
    - Provide complete list of committee volunteers to VP Community Outreach as well as
    feedback for next year’s planning.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President: Community
    Sheila Boyle
    (978) 371-2238
    sdarcyboyle@hotmail.com

    Co-Chairs:
    Doris Christelis
    (617) 335-1180
    dorischristelis@gmail.com

    Stacy Mach
    (781) 259-9733
    stacymach@comcast.net

    Staff Liaison:
    Amy Sagalyn
    (978) 402-2256
    amy_sagalyn@concordacademy.org

  • International Harvest Potluck for Students

    Local CA families provide either an international dish or any traditional dish/family-favorite to CA students to introduce dishes from other countries for the first time and bring comfort to those who can enjoy the cooking they miss from home.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President, Student Life
    Marta Taylor
    (310) 713-8711
    martatay@aol.com

    Co-Chairs:
    Dalida Benfield
    (510) 655-3235
    dalidamariab@gmail.com

    Girija Verma
    (781) 259-3337
    girija.verma@gmail.com

    Staff Liaison:
    Annie Bailey
    annie_bailey@concordacademy.org

    Photographs

    International Potluck Student Thank You

  • Parent Class Socials

    Parents of freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are invited to gather by class in order to enjoy a social evening. Socials are held the Thursday, October 13 of Family weekend and in the spring. These socials typically take place in a private home, or on occasion, they are hosted by a family at another venue, such as the Colonial Inn, the Concord Art Association, or the Moriarty Athletic Campus.

    Job Description

    Key Contacts

    Vice President, Engagement
    Lisa Fitzgibbons
    (781) 652-8815
    mines.family@verizon.net

    Co-Chairs:
    Carolyn Stein
    (978) 287-4718
    carolyn.stein@comcast.net

    Suzie Byers
    (781) 863-5863
    suzie_byers@hotmail.com

    Staff Liaison:
    Amy Sagalyn
    (978) 402-2256
    amy_sagalyn@concordacademy.org

  • Parents Independent School Network (PIN)

    PIN is composed of representatives from twenty-two local independent schools and meets several times a year. CA’s representatives attend PIN meetings, which address common issues and concerns for independent secondary schools, and make PIN meeting synopses available to the CA community.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President: Community
    Sheila Boyle
    (978) 371-2238
    sdarcyboyle@hotmail.com

    Chair:
    Cheryl Gall
    (781) 325-8370
    cheryl_gall@aya.yale.edu

    Staff Liaison:
    Brendan Shepard
    (978) 402-2258
    brendan_shepard@concordacademy.org

  • Parent-to-Parent Program

    Parent-to-Parent volunteers contact new families to welcome them, share information, and direct them to the CA administrators who can best address their questions.

    Job Description:

    The Parent-to-Parent volunteers contact new families during the late spring/early summer and throughout the year to welcome them and share information.

    Responsibilities: • Send an introductory email to new parents in May. (A template will be provided) • Follow-up phone call to become acquainted, provide helpful information, and help to answer
    any questions they may have • Second check-in to answer last minute questions right before the start of the academic year • Connect with new parents at Family Weekend and at other Concord Academy events

    Timeline:

    Early June:
    — The Co-Chairs will email all who have volunteered to participate in the Parent-to-Parent
    Program to confirm their continued interested in participating in the outreach.

    Mid-June:
    — The Co-Chairs review and update the communications materials that will be sent out to
    volunteers, together, with their staff liaison, Amanda
    Fisher, amanda_fisher@concordacademy.org.

    Late June:
    — The Co-Chairs meet with the CA Parents President to match volunteers with new CA
    families.
    — The staff liaison from CA’s Engagement Office will provide the volunteer list and the list of new families, which includes the following information: student and parent names, addresses, previous school, boarding/day status. The group works together to make logical matches. Ben Bailey will create matches for the international families.
    — Document family/volunteer assignments. Sign Directions letter, bundle with the Guidelines memo, assigned Family Profile sheet, school Calendar, and mail the package to the volunteer caller.
    — Enter volunteer e-mail address as a distribution list to your computer for follow-up.

    Late June:
    — Make initial contact via email with your assigned and conduct follow-up with volunteers to remind them to make their contacts.

    Late July:
    — Call assigned families.

    Early September:
    — Re-contact assigned families and welcome them to attend the first CA Parents meeting.

    Mid-September:
    — Send an e-mail thank you to volunteers and obtain feedback/ ideas for the following year.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President, Engagement
    Lisa Fitzgibbons
    (781) 652-8815
    mines.family@verizon.net

    Co-Chairs:
    Lisa Fitzgibbons
    (781) 652-8815
    mines.family@verizon.net

    Karen Davidson
    (508) 785-1992
    kdavidson@partners.org

    Staff Liaison:
    Brendan Shepard
    (978) 402-2258
    brendan_shepard@concordacademy.org

    Parent Volunteers:
    Cindy Cai P'17
    Susan Ryan P'15, '17
    Sarah Lazarus P'15, '17
    Marcie Berkley P'12, '17
    Amy Simon P'15, '17
    Cheryl Gall P'16, '18, '20
    Daphne Kempner P'17, '20
    Sheila Boyle P'16, '19
    Lisa Fitzgibbons P'14, '17
    Suzie Byers P'17, '20
    Rhoda Zhang P'17
    Liz Vernaglia P'18
    Doris Christelis P'18
    Giuliana Berchicci P'18
    Becky Derby '84 P'18
    Jane Gavis P'18
    Stacy Mach P'18, '20
    Shari Marquis P'18
    Shelly Roy P'18
    Annalisa Campanile P'19
    Dino Cattaneo P'17, '19
    Andrea Campbell & Allen Feinstein P'15, '19
    Lori Davidson P'19
    Melissa Frost FP'17, '19
    Jill Guzzi P'19
    Lori Hick P'19
    Jen Keegan & Mel Jiganti P'19
    Trisha Kennealy P'19
    Judy Osher P'17, '19
    Geeta Pain P'19
    Judy Rosenbaum P'19
    Liz Sheehan P'19
    Kim Tesson P'19
    Kristan First P'18, '20
    Renuka Singh P'19
    Nancy Vineberg P'19
    Jamie Comstock '82, P'17
    Karen Davidson & Edward Evantash P'16, '19
    Denise Welsh P'18
    Kristen Kina P'18, '20
    Joanna Fung P'16, '17
    Tara Greco P'17
    Andrea Hillier P'18
    Ruth Saunders P'19
    Meg Moran P'15, '18

  • Senior Parent Gifts Program

    Senior Parent Gifts are contributions that parents make to CA in honor of their child’s graduation. A portion of the funds raised supports the Annual Fund, and the balance supports capital projects. Committee members provide feedback on the SPG program and solicit gifts from fellow senior parents. The committee begins to form during the summer following junior year.

    Job Description:
    The Senior Parent Gifts Program (SPGP) Committee is a working committee made up of senior
    parents who contribute to the SPGP and solicit others in support of this important program.
    Each year CA identifies a critical need and encourages senior parents to make gifts in honor of
    their son or daughter’s experience at the school.
    Each volunteer will be assigned 5-7 senior parents to contact in support of the SPGP. The
    volunteers will serve as spokespersons and advocates for the SPGP, solicit gifts, help to realize
    the goals of the SPGP, and maximize parent participation.

    The goals of the program are:
    • To garner gifts from the senior parents in support of an important initiative for the
    school.

    Timeline:
    • Fall/Winter:
    - There will be an introductory training session on Thursday, October 13 at
    4:30pm in the Trudy Room. This meeting will provide volunteers an
    opportunity to hear about the direction of the program and learn best practices
    around parent to parent outreach.
    - Calls, emails, and meetings will begin late October and continue to midDecember.
    - There will be another round of outreach running from late March to the middle
    of May.
    - There will be a celebration of the volunteer outreach at Baccalaureate on June 1, 2017

    Key Contacts

    Co-Chairs:
    Sarah and Ken Lazarus
    (978)369-2378
    sarah@cl-media.com
    kblazarus@alum.mit.edu

    John Grossman and Kate Olmsted
    (617) 527-0550
    johngrossman66@gmail.com
    kateolmsted@gmail.com

    Staff Liaison:
    Jenny Evans
    (978) 402-2229
    jenny_evans@concordacademy.org

    Notes and Materials
    Committee Expectations & Responsibilities
    FAQs
    Training Manual
    History SPGP Through 2014

  • Valentine Faculty/ Staff Appreciation

    Parents provide fruit, baked goods, and other treats to show their appreciation to CA faculty and staff.

    Job Description:
    For the Valentine’s Appreciation, on February 14, 2017, from 12:50-2:10pm, just prior to the
    faculty/staff meeting, parents provide a luncheon spread.
    Planning starts for each event approximately one month prior with a request for volunteers. When the
    volunteer roster is complete, food planning begins.

    Timeline
    • One month before the event:
    - Plan food items with volunteers.
    - Email volunteers requesting help for the set-up and clean-up of the event. Specify what
    you would like them to bring.
    - Order anything you want to bring that will need to supplement donations: paper
    supplies, gloves, small plates, napkins, forks, cups, and some tablecloths. Also, there
    have been small notices saying, “Given by the parents to show their appreciation…,”
    you may need to create new notices.
    - Establish a drop-off location for food donations and ask a few volunteers to help carry
    food to the MAC.
    • After Event:
    - Provide complete list of committee volunteers to VP Community Outreach as well as
    feedback for next year’s planning.

    Key Contacts

    Vice President: Community
    Sheila Boyle
    (978) 371-2238
    sdarcyboyle@hotmail.com

    Co-Chairs:
    Doris Christelis
    (617) 335-1180
    dorischristelis@gmail.com

    Stacy Mach
    (781) 259-9733
    stacymach@comcast.net

    Staff Liaison:
    Amy Sagalyn
    (978) 402-2256
    amy_sagalyn@concordacademy.org