Nanci Gosnell, Melissa Blair
The Bulldog Committee supports and promotes school spirit and sportsmanship throughout the school year at Bullis athletic events and activities.
Bullis Gives Back:
Each spring the Parents Association plans and coordinates the annual Bullis Gives Back event, which includes a 5k, 2.5k and a fun run which is open to the public and supports the school and local non-profit organizations.
Community Service Committee:
Sue DeLeonibus, Laura Heymann, Livia Christensen
This committee seeks to make community service a part of everyday life for Bullis families. Some of the projects include Thanksgiving baskets for needy families, sandwich making, a cereal drive and a 5K charity run.
Angie Jones, Caryn Boyd, Toni Corbett
This committee acts as a liaison between the school and the parents to promote awareness, understanding and acceptance of the school’s diversity.
Faculty/Staff Appreciation Committee:
Kristin Lotstein, Kim Bertero
The Faculty and Staff Appreciation Committee coordinates the annual faculty and staff appreciation days, organizes monthly refreshments for faculty and staff in each campus building throughout the year and sponsors other activities designed to support the Bullis faculty and staff.
Krysti Hinton, Lis Petkevich
The Gala Committee plans and manages Bullis’s largest annual fundraiser in partnership with the Bullis Advancement Office. Recent proceeds have supported faculty professional development and student financial aid.
Grade Level Coordinators :
Lower School: Yuko Wain, Livia Christensen
Middle School: Gina Maloney
Ninth Grade: Sue-Ann Seigel, Claudia Helmig
Tenth Grade: Judi Morris, Jessica McIntyre
Eleventh Grade: Tammy McKnight, Belinda Coleman
Twelfth Grade: Lisa Steren, Sharon Foery
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Pauletta Nwosu, Patty Sanders
The Library Committee works in partnership with the Bullis staff to organize a series of events throughout the year which encourage students to get excited about books and develop a love of reading.
Cindy Truitt, Heather Cogdell, Trisha Ulanet
The New Parents Committee supports the administration during recruitment and enrollment times, and joins the administration in welcoming and orienting new families to the Bullis community.
The newsletter editors is responsible for the publication of the monthly Bullis Parents Association newsletter. This is one of the primary communication tools used to impart information to Bullis families from the Parents Association.
Parents Council Representative:
Bullis School is one of fifty independent schools in the metropolitan area belonging to the Parents Council of Washington. Member schools appoint parent representatives to attend Council meetings. The Council strives to foster communication and share information among parents, students and school communities through its programs and publications.
Parent Education Committee:
The Parent Education Committee helps to coordinate/plan programs such as school-wide speakers which provide parents the opportunity to discuss current issues of interest.
This committee is responsible for organizing and assigning volunteers for Parent Association and school events, as needed.
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