Parents Association

Strengthening and supporting the Steward community.

The Steward School Parents Association exists to assist in providing a richer, deeper experience for our children as they learn and prepare for success in the future. To fulfill this mission, the Parents Association works to strengthen our community and help our school be a place where our children and parents will flourish.

As a parent and vital part of the Steward community, you are a member of the Parents Association, and we look forward to seeing you at our events, meetings, and parent education opportunities.

The Parents Association directly supports the Steward community in the following ways:

  • Coordinates activities and events that foster community building
  • Demonstrates our appreciation for the faculty and staff
  • Hosts programs for new families
  • Sponsors parent education and enrichment seminars
  • Provides a venue for open communication between families and administration
  • Creates fellowship among the parents of Steward students

We look forward to seeing you at our next event!

Parents Association Executive Board

Wanda Welch, President
Sydney Smith, Vice President
Jackie Reed, Treasurer
Kristin Trost, Treasurer Elect
Christine Chapman, Secretary
Ritu Bhargava, Secretary Elect
Rose Mary Jordan, Past President

Event Chairs

PA Executive Board, Fall Social Chair
Wanda Welch, SpartaFest Co-Chair
Sydney Smith, SpartaFest Co-Chair
Angela Richardson, Gala Chair
Kathi Campbell, Faculty Appreciation Co-Chair
Julie Herzog, Family Bingo Night Co-Chair
Kelly Frankenburg, Family Bingo Night Co-Chair
Ronni Nouri, Spring Social Chair
Wanda Welch, New Family Chair
Kimberlee Magrill, Box Tops

Division Representatives

Kathi Campbell, Upper School
Rose Mary Jordan, Middle School
Kimberlee Magrill, Lower School

Faculty Representatives

Lee Healey, Upper School
Chris Petrie, Middle School
Linda Dunville, Lower School

Lower School Room Parents

Clay Reynolds, Marchant—JK
Ashton Harris, Koppanyi—JK
Amy Stefanick, Strickland—Kindergarten
Jen Campbell, Willhite—First
Amy Hendrick, Lunsford—Second
Jan Marshall, Taylor—Second
Suzanne Dunn, Hayes—Third
Julie Herzog, Loyd—Third
Carin Krawitz, Whitely—Third
Beth Rhamy, Goodpasture—Fourth
Kristen McGregor, Pruitt—Fourth
Robin Smith, Tickle—Fourth
Ann-Marie Trepp, Coles—Fifth
Yahaira Sheikh-Yassin, Covington—Fifth
Susan Reed, Fox—Fifth

Middle School Room Parents

Jackie Reed, Grade 6
Andrea Wright, Grade 6
Jen Jennette, Grade 7
Christine Chapman, Grade 7
Ann Marie Elles, Grade 8
Beth Barzel, Grade 8

Upper School Room Parents

Ritu Bhargava, Grade 9
Amy Ludwin, Grade 9
Violet Cox, Grade 10
Karen Johnson, Grade 10
Kris Leverty, Grade 10
Suzanne Shaia, Grade 10
Tracy Martin, Grade 11
Alicia Watkins, Grade 11
Laura Sims, Grade 12
Lorrie Ann Booker, Grade 12

Interested in Getting Involved but Not Sure Where to Start?

Click here to complete a brief volunteer interest form.


Steward Voices

Steward is an atmosphere that fosters confidence—something we have seen in all three of our kids. Whether it is playing a new sport, running for a seat on the Honor Council, or singing a solo on Talent Night, they have been encouraged to try, to experience, and to grow.
- Dan and Kathi Campbell, Parents of Abbie ’19, Emma ’17, and Ben ’14

Steward Voices

Steward is the right place for Micah and Kiri because they are able to develop strong connections with their teachers, which in turn facilitates confidence and resilience in their learning. Everyone at Steward knows your name and makes you feel so welcome.
- Paul and Janet Yoon, Parents of Kiri ’27 and Micah ’26

Steward Voices

Steward helped me develop the skills I needed to succeed in college and the courage and confidence to set competitive career goals for myself. But, these skills weren’t lessons I learned just in Steward’s classrooms; they came from the athletic fields, in the hallways, and during Honor Council meetings, too.
- Grace Henderson ’10

Steward Voices

Steward provides Andrew with a nurturing environment which fosters his individualism, develops exemplary character traits, and continuously provides him with creative learning experiences. Consequently, Andrew ‘loves’ school and anticipates each day with joy, enthusiasm, and excitement.
- Betsy Jollay, Grandmother of Andrew O’Leary ’25

Steward Voices

I love all that The Steward School has done for Trace. Steward has uncovered Trace’s talents, celebrated his individuality, and strengthened his belief in himself. The faculty and staff offer an amazing balance of challenge and comfort, encouraging the best from all students. I can’t imagine Trace being anywhere else. Thank you, Steward School.
- Ron Coles, Father of Trace Coles ’19 and Grade 5 Teacher

Steward Voices

Being a member of The Steward School international program has been an awesome experience. The community has helped me tremendously along the way.
- Bowen Chen ’15


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