Home Room Parents assist the teacher in getting volunteer help in the classroom, as well as forwarding communication to parents regarding event sign ups for all school and classroom events. As an HRP (Home Room Parent) you’ll do a lot of delegating and organizing. Being an HRP doesn’t necessarily require you to be in the classroom, although it is helpful for directing parents at events.
- Planning the class budget with the teacher and explaining to parents via e-mail how the funds will be used.
- Getting sign-ups for treats for Exordium and other events, etc.
- Organizing and e-mailing parents, which doesn’t include a lot of classroom time. Most of this can be done from home and by working parents.
Average Time Requirement:
Approximately 10 hours for Aug-Oct (total) and a few hours per month for the rest of the year. Because the position requires a certain amount of anticipation of upcoming events and school policies, we prefer to only place people who are new to Ambrose alongside an experienced HRP. Our goal is to always have two HRPs per class because it’s nice to have help and a backup! We do provide a mandatory training for all HRPs every year and an HRP Handbook for your reference.
|Grade||Homeroom Teacher||Homeroom Parents|
|AM Kindergarten||Amy Kusin||Jessica Custer and Chris Salove|
|Kindergarten||Oksana Fedorchuk||Mindi DeFrees|
|Kindergarten||Julie Moy||Trinity Emineth|
|1st Grade||Lisa Irving||Morgan Turner|
|1st Grade||Debbie Shattuck||Julie Houston and Molly Olsen|
|2nd Grade||Terryl Liimakka||Lia Dunne, Jennifer Brushey|
|2nd Grade||Jennie Wilford||Kirsten Warren|
|3rd Grade||Christina Bly||Dawn Blackstead and Jennifer Brushey|
|3rd Grade||Janine Warmouth||Euna Choi|
|4th Grade||Brian Tromburg||Tracey Hocevar|
|4th Grade||Bessie Davis||Shannon Warwick and Lisa Brown|
|5th Grade||Kathy Troyer||Trinity Emineth and Mary Perrigo|
|5th Grade||Rebecca Hobbs||Audrey Dalley|
|6th Grade||Hilary Dotters||Yvette Braun and Mandi Moore|
|6th Grade||Carla Tracy||Nicole Laca|
Please consult the school directory to contact your homeroom parent. If you don’t have a printed directory, you can also find their information through Renweb.