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Parent Guardian Association

This year, 2018-2019, we are delighted to celebrate Bay's 15th Anniversary. Our theme for the 15th Anniversary, "Staying Present. Moving Forward." revels in the spirit and mindfulness that brought Bay into existence and the momentum that has created innovative programs for students, including the launch this year of Bay's 2.0 Schedule with Immersive Terms and Project Weeks. We look forward to celebrating the 15th Anniversary with very special events including the 15th Birthday Bash and Bay Splash March 23, 2019.

We are deeply fortunate to have parent volunteers to help build our community and support our school. Every Bay parent is a member of the PGA and we welcome new volunteers as we support the school, teachers, and students through our work. 

Bay's PGA seeks to:  

  • Cultivate and nurture a close sense of community and inclusion
  • Educate, engage, and activate parents and guardians in support of Bay
  • Appreciate and support the innovative, dedicated staffulty at Bay

Get Involved

Bay Community Forum  This Facebook Group provides a forum for sharing school news and opportunities with the parent community.

The Bay Community is made richer with family participation (and parent engagement has been shown to improve student outcomes -- learn more). There are many opportunities for volunteering. Respond to our 2018-2019 volunteer survey or contact PGA President Annelise Bauer directly with your interests.

Spring 2019 Events Join us for special events this spring. See full calendar

Contact Your PGA Leaders

Annelise Bauer , PGA President (mother of Addicen ‘20, Bayley ‘22, and Cayden ‘22) 
Nell Branco, PGA Vice President (mother of Marisa '18 and Rafael '22)

Class Coordinators
Class of 2019: Teresa Pap, Susan PickNina WardHeidi Ho 
Class of 2020: Linda MathewsSamantha StuartMonika Kaplan
Class of 2021: Stephanie PhilippAmy ChanSpencer FastJonathan Kaplan 
Class of 2022: Sara SullivanBari Cessna, Art FletcherSteve Grossman