Gordon Community Association
There are some organizations you have to join. Not this one! By virtue of being an adult member of the Gordon community, you are both welcomed and needed as a member of the Gordon Community Association.
It doesn't matter if it's your first year at Gordon or if you've been here for many years; your voice matters and your involvement will enrich us all. We know everyone has different schedules and lots of things they are juggling, and we welcome your participation at any level.
Did you know that the GCA contributes to the parent education series and to the Gordon Fund? With your help the GCA contributed over $25,000 to the school last year. In addition, the Gordon Community Association provided funds and volunteer power to fuel teacher appreciation luncheons, parent education events, the visiting author visit, division gatherings and other special activities for students and families throughout the year.
We understand that meetings aren't everyone's cup of tea. But we also know that the combined firepower of Gordon's adult community provides an essential spark that lights the future for our children. We encourage you to find your own pathway to participation, by attending a meeting, volunteering for an event, sharing an idea that can help us support the Gordon community, or finding new ways to help the GCA evolve as a group of caring people committed to a common goal.
Here are some things for you to know as the school year begins about how you can support and get involved in the GCA...
Book Fair Co-Chairs
Jessica Lopez Rodriguez
Teacher Appreciation Lunch
Sheila Haley and Betsey Gresh (fall)
Besenia Rodriguez and Karen Kemp (winter)
Aja Blanc and Isabel Johnson (spring)
Erica Cioe Tonsgard
Neha and Nathan Hudepohl
Dima Amso and Kevin Bath
Lisa Newman Paratore
The Gordon Community Association (GCA) supports the mission of Gordon. It builds community among students and their families, faculty, administrators, and staff through creative fundraising, educational and social activities.
The Guiding Principles of the GCA are:
To generate good will
To encourage participation of all families
To create a spectrum of opportunities for involvement
To enrich Gordon through the GCA’s yearly gifts