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Partner With Us!
President: Angie Peterson
Home and School is a parent-led organization that works to unite Home, School and Church together for the benefit of our students, teachers and parents. This organization runs several events and fundraisers each year and is loosely modeled after the PTA in the public school systems.
Home and School Meetings
Meetings happen on Thursday evenings at 6pm and on Friday mornings at 8:30 AM in the Spynergy Room when scheduled. Watch for announcements about upcoming meeting dates!
Throughout the year we engage in offering exciting opportunities to our constituents to partner and participate with us in the blessings God is bestowing on TVA.
The privilege of working with God in the work of Education is such an incredibly rewarding, challenging and exhilarating experience we feel blessed to serve.
Join us and share in the blessing!
Ways to Engage
There are several ways to help support our school all year long.
Pray - Please join us in praying that we will seek Jesus as the only source of our strength, creativity and love, that our 8 constituent churches and school can be united as one team and for ways to engage more people in Home and School.
Attend Events - Come to our sponsored events! We love to hear your story and learn your name!
Volunteer - Earn service hours while supporting Home and School events.
Check With Your Employer - Many employers offer ways to help support your child's school. Check with your employer about school gift matching or payment for service hours.
Shop - Several stores that you may shop at already will donate a percentage of your purchase to the school of your choice. Fred Meyer, Target and Amazon all have ways to donate.
Ideas - Has God put an idea on your heart for TVA? Perhaps it is in the form of a question - "Why don't they do...?" We'd love to hear it! The formulation of one great idea comes from working through many individual ones. Let's talk!