Parent Club


The Parent Club Organization is charged with the following objectives:
  • fostering communication and cooperation between parents and the Elizabeth Seton High School administration, faculty and Board of Directors;
  • providing a framework through which parents can respond effectively to the needs of the Elizabeth Seton High School community;
  • working in partnership with the President and staff to continue being innovative and keeping our school community a model to be emulated in the Archdiocese of Washington; and,
  • promoting a full understanding of Elizabeth Seton High School and the Christian philosophy among parents of students, families, neighbors, and the community.

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  • PCO Meetings

    The PCO General Meetings for all parents are scheduled below. Please note that each parent in attendance will receive 1 service hour. The tuition raffle for each meeting is $350.00 towards current year's tuition*. Please contact any member of the PCO Board to suggest any topics you would like considered at the meetings.

    Board Meetings

    August 2021, TBD                                              
    *Meetings will be held during the month of the               
    PCO meeting and at the end of the year        

    PCO Meetings

    October 13, 2021, 6:30 pm
    January 19, 2022, 6:30 pm
    April 13, 2022, 6:30 pm


    January 12, 2022, 6:30 pm
    April 6, 2022, 6:30 pm

    *If tuition is already paid for the current school year, raffle winnings will be applied to the following year’s tuition payment.

    Click here for the latest PCO meeting minutes.  
  • 2021-22 PCO Sponsored Events

    Event Date
    Freshman Ice Cream Social 
    August 22
    3-5 pm
    Seton/DeMatha Movie Night
    September 24
    7-10 pm
    Mother/Daughter Tea
    November 13
    Father/Daughter Dance
    March 12
    8-11 pm
    The Seton Service Scholarship
    Baccalaureate Reception
  • Family Service Program

    Elizabeth Seton High School’s Family Service Program is a valuable means of partnering with parents for the benefit of our students. Each person’s gifts and talents add much to our academic programs, our extracurricular activities, our planning, and to the care of our buildings.

    Each family is asked to commit a minimum of 10 hours total to one or more of the volunteer activities sponsored by the Parent Organization, the staff of the school, and the alumnae association. We understand that not all families are in a position to donate their time. We have many opportunities for families to donate in-kind items (i.e., food, beverages, paper products, etc.). One service hour will be given per $10 spent. In August, each family is charged a total of $130.00 for annual dues and parent service hours. This fee is paid along with the other student fees due in August. Parents may earn back the $100 for service hours upon completion of ten (10) services hours within the school year.

    The unprecedented nature of this past school year drastically reduced opportunities for parent service hours. Therefore as returning parents re-registered for school year 2021-2022,  the $100.00 service was not charged. Additionally, parents may use school year 2021-2022 to complete their 10 hours of service (which they may have started in 2020-2021) and thus be reimbursed for the $100.00 service which they paid for school year 2020-2021.

    Procedures for Parent Service Hours
    Prior to performing any service hours, parents should download a Parent Service Hour Record Sheet from Seton’s website. Most events will have online sign-up and sign-in sheets to confirm participation. Chairpersons will also have in-kind donation sheets.

    Upon completion of the service, the parent should have the form signed by the event chairperson that is coordinating the activity. These forms should then be submitted to the main office.

    Chairpersons must submit all sign-in and in-kind sheets to the main office as soon as possible after the event.

    Once the form is submitted to the main office, Sr. Mary Fran, Parent Service Coordinator, will credit your account.

    All service hours should be completed and submitted by June 10, 2022. Hours submitted after this date will be applied to the following school year, only if they are for the Roadrunner Classic Golf Tournament.

    Beginning September 15, reimbursement checks for parents who have completed their 10 mandatory hours of service will be mailed monthly to the parent who owns the FACTS account. Parents should receive checks by the end of the following month.

    *primary parent- if more than one household, please specify if service hour refund checks should be made out to the secondary parent on file.

    If you have questions about the submission of your service hours, please first contact the event chairperson.

    Our school community is very grateful to all our parents for their continued commitment to Seton. Through this program, our parents have done amazing tasks to advance our school.

    Family Service Hour Form

    Click here to download a copy of the Parent Service Hour Form.
  • The Marion T. "Mr. Bill" Eldridge Service Scholarship

    The Seton Parent Club Organization has established scholarship awards for current Seton students. The Marion T. “Mr. Bill” Eldridge Service Scholarships are awarded to students who, in a spirit of kindness and selflessness, have performed exceptional volunteer service, above and beyond the current ESHS service requirements. The PCO will awards a student at each grade level as well as an “honorable mention” if deemed appropriate by the Selection Committee. Scholarship awards are as follows for each grade level:
    • Freshman: $750 (minimum of 10 service hours required)
    • Sophomore: $950 (minimum of 15 service hours required)
    • Junior: $1,200 (minimum of 15 service hours required)
    • Senior: $1,500* (minimum of 20 service hours required) 

    Click here to learn more about the requirements and download the application.
  • Helpful Contacts

    Melissa Landini, Dean of Admissions, Mrs. Landini prepares and sends letters to freshmen parents about the Ice Cream Social. 

    Mary Lucian, Chief Financial Officer, Mrs. Lucian assists PCO with handling its finances. She performs many tasks such as, issuing checks and setting up to receive payments for PCO sponsored events.

    Angela Rohan, Director of Student Activities, Mrs. Rohan assists with organizing the Big Sisters to participate at the Freshmen Ice Cream Social (which is held in August of each year), communicates with DeMatha to coordinate events and serves as the liaison between the PCO and ESHS administration.

    Terry O’Meara, Director of Technology, Mr. O'Meara prepares the weekly Parent Announce and Sign-Up Genius.

    Sister Mary Frances Hildenberger (Sister Mary Fran), Sister Mary Fran confirms the parent service hours and issues the reimbursement check.

Parents Club Officers

Tiffany Sampson, President
Diane Campbell, Vice President
Suzanne Wells, Co-Treasurer
Sharon Murray, Co-Treasurer
Chere Williams, Secretary
Staff Liaisons
Mary Lucian, CFO
Angela Rohan, Director of Student Activities
Sister Mary Fran Hildenberger, Parent Service Hours 
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