Osborne Home & School Association
Welcome to the Osborne Home & School Association (HSA) website. The Osborne Home and School Association (HSA) is a non-profit organized for the purpose of supporting the education and well-being of students at Osborne Elementary School of the Quaker Valley School District. This volunteer group fosters relationships between school, parents and teachers as well as enhancing educational facilities, resources and opportunities for the students.
HSA Officers 2017-2018
Jessica Cindrich, President
Michelle Christensen, Vice President
Laura Cherock, Secretary
Melanie Fusco, Treasurer
Holly Valente Maust, Communications Director
Kati Doebler, Membership Chair
Carrie Beynon, Sponsorship Chair
Newsletter: view the HSA online newsletter
The Osborne HSA now has its own dedicated site. You can find us at osbornehsa.com.
Membership & Volunteer Opportunities
All Osborne families, faculty and staff are Home and School Association (HSA) members and benefit from HSA sponsored activities. Yearly dues of $5 / $10 are expected. Kindly complete your membership form online here.
Volunteering and participating are encouraged but not mandatory. Visit our Volunteer Opportunities newsletter for descriptions of our programs and events. Contact information and Sign-Up Genius links are included so that you may contribute your time and talents accordingly.
Social media is a great way to get connected and stay connected with all the amazing HSA events. We hope you will follow, like and engage with us on our social media pages.
ShoeBox Recycling Program Ends December 21
The HSA is kicking off a shoe recycling drive this week. ShoeBox Recycling ensures that gently-used shoes are diverted from landfills and reach the feet of people in need around the world. It is also a fundraising program that will help you earn some extra funds for your organization or any charitable organization you support! There will be a bin in the lobby until 12/21 to collect all your gently used shoes that meet the collection criteria.
You can learn more about this program here: https://www.communityrecycling.biz/programs/shoebox-recycling