Parent Committees

Parent Committees

At Interlake, parent involvement is very important to us, and we enjoy partnering with families to help our little school grow. As an Interlake Parent, you may wish to consider joining one of these committees to help shape our community:

Community Building Committee:
The Community Building Committee creates opportunities for our parents to get to know one another better, and to strengthen the bonds that Interlake kids are building each day at school. They plan events like book clubs, impromptu get-togethers, and annual Harvest Festival each November. In addition they come up with creative ways show appreciation to the amazing staff that cares for Interlake children each day.

Technology Committee:
The Technology Committee supports Interlake by helping with hardware and software as well as recommending improvements to systems, processes, and resources. They also make recommendations about internet and networking issues.

Facilities Committee:
The main focus of the Facilities Committee is the quarterly work parties that keep Interlake functioning well and looking great! This committee organizes the task list and helps volunteers get things done on the day of the party. They also facilitate larger, non-work Party projects like plumbing repair, insulation, and roof maintenance.

Fundraising Committee:
The Fundraising Committee helps to fund the vision of Interlake. They raise funds to achieve goals not funded exclusively by tuition, such as interior/exterior beautification projects for our school, kitchen upgrades, or classroom furniture. This committee also runs the annual Auction.

Diversity Committee
This newer committee focuses on ways to enhance and talk about diversity at Interlake. At Interlake, we understand that what our children learn in these early years stays with them for the rest of their lives—we want a healthy understanding of diversity of race, gender, socio-economic, family make-up, sexual orientation, belief systems, physical abilities/disabilities, and experiences to be a part of this early learning.