A well-rounded education goes beyond the school, and starts from the home.
The Dragon Parents Guild
The Dragon Academy has a healthy and active Parents Committee that we call the Parents Guild.
The Parents Guild:
– supports the school in its work with pupils
– represents voices of parents and carers
– encourages links between schools, parents and community
– provides a voice for parents
– supports the school in fundraising
– promotes the sale of school swag
– provides hospitality at school events and for new parents
– helps the school to involve parents and to develop strong school/home partnerships
– helps the school in its development and improvement
– helps the school build links with the community
– engages the unique and varied skills, interests, knowledge and experience that parents can offer
Please feel free to reach out to the Guild any time.
Dragon Parents Guild Chair
Stephanie Whittick : email@example.com
Tania Grant : firstname.lastname@example.org
Colette Kim : email@example.com
Dragon Parent Form Reps
Please feel free to contact the Guild executive if you have any questions or wish to get involved.
Parent Guild Calendar 2017 – 2018
Parent Guild Meetings are held at The Dragon Academy on a Wednesday at 6 pm.
All of the meetings for the 2017-2018 year fall on a Tuesday, and the meetings begin at 6:30.
A light snack is served.
We need to hear your voice:
OCTOBER 17, 2017
NOVEMBER 28, 2017
JANUARY 23, 2018
MARCH 27, 2018
APRIL 24, 2018
JUNE 5, 2018
In the words of a Dragon Parent...
In conversations with parents of prospective students, we hear again and again, “He’s doing well, but he’s so bored at his current school.” Or, “She’s just not motivated. I know she could do so much better.” When they read our literature and come to meet with us, they remark on our warmth and sense of community. “We certainly were able to get a feel for the passion everyone has for teaching and learning (even while playing cards, one could feel the camaraderie).” They almost always say, “I wish I could have gone to a school like this.”
And when their children have enrolled they tell us:
“Max was late this morning because he and his dad were so absorbed in an intense discussion about the gospels, their accuracy, the sociopolitical roots of Christianity, and the alleged divinity of Jesus. Wow! Our jaws are bruised from hitting the floor so much. Keep up the great work.”
“I mean really, how many kids go into withdrawal when school is out?”
“What an unexpected delight and surprise Dragon has been. All we were looking for in working through a horrible time was relief. And we found a gem. Our daughter is so appreciated there, which has done wonders for her self-esteem. I believe deeply in your programming and approach.”
“The Dragon has had an impact on that young man that will last him a lifetime. You have changed his life.”
“As I told mum last night, “We’re lucky to have found The Dragon when we did — it’s going to become a benchmark for education and it’ll be a LONG waiting list.”
“I can’t begin to tell you what The Dragon has meant to me. Your belief in Michael and the constant support and love you gave to him helped him to know what a wonderful and worthwhile person he is. He has truly flowered under your care from a lost soul into a strong and thoughtful human being a whole person. Thanks alone will never be enough.”
“It is a wonderful experience to have a child who loves going to school every day.”