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Our Home and School Association serves PSAA by providing a partnership of parents and community volunteers to support the school where they may need extra hands and help. 


Our purpose is to make a positive difference in the lives of our teachers and students on campus.

Our goal is to support the teachers, faculty and administration by providing additional resources, fundraising and fellowship. It is a way for parents, teachers, students and our Church community to get involved on campus and to help students’ build a life long relationship with Christ. It is also our to goal to be a role model and teach the importance of community service to our students through example.


Our team is made up of parents, teachers and administration that work cooperatively together to make our school a better place.

Activities and events such as hot lunch service, field trips, Fall Festival, International Food Fair and Teacher Appreciation Week are just a sample of the in-school events that the Home and School Association coordinates and implements to enhance school life.  We provide school families and our Church community an opportunity to get acquainted, raise money for the school and have fun.   

Rewarding volunteer opportunities are available for diverse skills, talents and interests here at Puget Sound Adventist Academy. Volunteering is a great way to to get involved, to give back to your community and make a difference in the lives of students. We thank you in advance for your service.  


Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Provide Hot Lunch Service

  • Substitute Teachers

  • Classroom Supervision

  • Fundraising

  • Home & School Events

All volunteers require a volunteer application.  If you are interested to become a volunteer, please contact Renee Griggs, our Home and School Association leader. 

All volunteers require screening, and depending on the area of interest, may require additional certification.

Meet our Leaders

PSAA Home and School:

Renee Griggs 

KSDA School Home and School

Kathy Anderson


Volunteer Today

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