All parents are members of the Villa Parent Association. The VPA plays an important role in supporting the success and well being of the school in many ways—as you’ll see below!
For questions about the VPA, we welcome you to contact our 2020-21 officers at VPA@thevilla.org
President: Christina Fitzpatrick
Vice President: Cristina Gonzalez de Mendoza
Secretary: Marell Morel
Treasurer: Shawna Lydon-Larson
VPA meetings take place in the Villa Parlor, generally after drop-off, but occasionally in the evening. We invite you to join us.
We welcome and encourage you to volunteer at Villa. Through the VPA you’ll learn about the many ways that parent volunteers support the school with their time, effort, and expertise. There’s a role for you that fits any schedule!
Required Trainings for Volunteers:
Each school year, all Villa volunteers must attend a required training that outlines our policies around student safety and common expectations. Watch VikingNET and The Weekly for volunteer training dates and times.
Note: Due to COVID guidelines, our 2020-21 meetings will be held over Zoom until further notice.
Show your Villa pride by wearing or carrying Villa gear! There are many items from which to choose: hats, t-shirts, bags, jackets and blankets, to name a few:
The VPA hosts some of the region’s most respected experts to present lectures on a range of parenting issues – from academic and social issues, to discipline and development, and much more.
It’s easy to shop on behalf of Villa when you bookmark www.smile.amazon.com and designate Villa as your charity of choice.
Here’s how to Shop Amazon Smile:
Half a percent may not sound like a lot, but if we all shop to benefit the VPA, we can support programs such as Rainier Scholars, Teacher and Staff Appreciation, and events that make our community stronger.
"Boxtops for Education" allows the VPA to earn funds for a variety of school programs and opportunities when you shop.
Villa Academy is a private, Catholic, preK - 8th grade school located in the Laurelhurst neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.
We offer a rigorous curriculum for children ages 3 to 14 from around the greater Seattle area.