SAPA's mission is to promote a closer cooperation and unity of spirit among parents, faculty, and students by involving and enabling all parents to be of service to the school and the community.

What is SAPA?

The St. Andrew’s Parents’ Association, more commonly referred to as SAPA, is an energetic, active organizational community made up of all parents of St. Andrew’s students. Our purpose is to facilitate parental understanding of the school’s goals and achievements, and to provide enrichment, parental support, and financial assistance to all aspects of the school.
SAPA has three major fundraisers each year: Farm to Table, Arts on the Green, and Starry Night.  Funds from these events directly support our school where tuition proceeds fall short.  SAPA provides the school with both tangible goods, such as new furniture, supplies, and signage, as well intangible support, such as providing payment for speakers at upper school assemblies and providing funds for parent functions.  SAPA contributes to the annual fund, and has pledged $30,000 a year to the school’s capital campaign for the next five years.  SAPA recently fulfilled a $200,000 pledge to the Forward Saints campaign.
Additionally, SAPA funds also support several community outreach efforts and events, including: Earth Angels, Safe Saints, Faculty Hospitality, the Used Uniform and Book Sale, Classroom and Grade parties, and Back to School Night.  These smaller efforts and events, which are entirely produced through the efforts of SAPA volunteers, strengthen our school and community, and provide wonderful opportunities for interaction with teachers and school leaders.

SAPA recognizes that we are a diverse group of parents with different talents, interests, and time commitments: some of us work outside the home, others not; some of us run our own businesses or manage busy practices, and others have full schedules ferrying children from one extracurricular activity to another.  Regardless of personal situation, opportunities abound for support and involvement in the SAPA community.
For those of you who have volunteered with SAPA in the past, thank you – your support is critical to the success of St. Andrew’s!  For those of you who’ve yet to participate in SAPA, please join us in making the best school in Mississippi even better!

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SAPA Fundraisers


Now in its 9th year, Farm to Table is a multi-course food and wine feast highlighting locally sourced ingredients prepared by a nationally recognized chef. Past events featured the executive chefs from Blackberry Farm, Seafood R'evolution, City Grocery, Walker’s Drive-In, and The Manship. 
Farm to Table raised over $34,000 for St. Andrew’s in 2020.
ARTS ON THE GREEN – April 9, 2022
SAPA’s biggest fundraiser each year is Arts on the Green, a family festival held each spring and boasting something for everyone: a children’s green with activities for kids of all ages; a student fashion show; a garden tea party; artisan craft booths; auction with baskets of goodies contributed by each grade; and so much more! Arts on the Green is open to everyone.  
STARRY NIGHT – April 8, 2022
Starry Night is the annual SAPA parent party, showcasing the diversity of the St. Andrew’s community through food, music, and décor. In previous years, SA families and friends host tables that represent a favorite destination, style of cuisine, or family heritage, providing tasting portions of characteristic dishes. The evening is an opportunity to mingle with other parents, and to experience all the different cultures that represent the St. Andrew’s tapestry of life.  

SAPA Executive Board

SAPA Chair ­­– Frances Croft
SAPA Chair Elect ­­– Mona Graham
SAPA Past Chair ­­– Joyce Cole-Marion
Secretary ­­– Miranda Hamilton
Treasurer ­­– Lindsay Hamm    
Treasurer-Elect - Aileen Thomas                                   
Communications Coordinator ­­– Erin Lane
Fundraising Coordinator ­­– Blakely Fender
Community Liaison ­­– Bethany Farr
Admissions Liaison ­­– Jordan Bryan
Diversity and Inclusion Liaison ­­– Karla Foster
Foundations Coordinator ­­– Maeve Beard    
Lower School Coordinator ­­– Puja Craddock
Lower School Co-Coordinator ­­– Heather Ward
Middle School Coordinator - Inglish DeVoss
Middle School Co-Coordinator - Dominika Parry
Upper School Coordinator ­­– Tangela Chambers
Upper School Co-Coordinator ­­– Lori Marshall

Pre-K3 Coordinator ­­– Megan West Allen
Pre-K4 Coordinator ­­– Tamara Hoppe
Kindergarten Coordinator ­­– Karmen Crawford
1st Grade Coordinator ­­– Lauren VanLandingham
2nd Grade Coordinator ­­– Bryan Keller
3rd Grade Coordinator ­­– Katie Black
4th Grade Coordinator ­­– Molly Walker
5th Grade Coordinator ­­– Mona Reddy
6th Grade Coordinator ­­– Shannon McLaughlin
7th Grade Coordinator ­­– Robin Hall
8th Grade Coordinator ­­– Danielle Ireland
9th Grade Coordinator ­­– Gwennetta Tatum
10th Grade Coordinator ­­– Stacy Everett
11th Grade Coordinator ­­– Bridget Townsend
12th Grade Coordinators ­­– Tobi Brown, Mani Hairston, Mary Purvis, Holly Sistrunk   
Erin McCain & Mary Purvis
Elizabeth Boone, Shannon McLaughlin & Kim Paduda

Farm to Table/Baked It Chair - Missye Scott
Farm to Table/Baked It Steering Committee - Laurie Baldwin
Foundations BTSN Chairs – Anna Crawford, Molly Griffin, Vanessa Lowe-Garcia
ECC & LS BTSN Chair – Susan Murphy
MS BTSN Chairs – Heather De Delva & Leah Hendrix
US BTSN Chair – Vicki Leech                                           
Faculty Hospitality Chair – Molly Griffin
Foundations Faculty Hospitality Chairs – Yiling Fu & Emiko Hemleben
ECC Faculty Hospitality Chair – Bethany Smith
LS Faculty Hospitality Chair – Katie Nelson
MS Faculty Hospitality Chair – Felicia Wheatley
US Faculty Hospitality Chair –Theresa Anderson 
Faculty Gifts Chair – Patti Fanning
Faculty Brunch Chair – Lacey Bergin
Foundations Earth Angels Chair – Anne Elizabeth Zegel
LS Earth Angels Chair – Amy Amundson
MS Earth Angels Chair – Jessica Shafer
US Earth Angels Chair – Catherine Ashy

Foundations Seasonal Decorations Chairs – Brittany Brown & Jenetta Thompson
LS Seasonal Decorations Chair – Mandy Davis
MS Seasonal Decorations Chair – Leigh Barrett
US Seasonal Decorations Chair – Lee Ann Packer

LS Back to School Bash Chair – Shanda Yates
LS Swap Shop Chairs - Usha Patel and Margaret Prine
LS Spirit Night Chair – Jane Harkins
LS Kindergarten Fairy Tale Tea Party Chair – Jean Bertas
LS 1st Grade Thanksgiving Feast Chairs –Leah Hendrix & Blythe Lollar
LS 4th Grade May Day Coordinator – Heidi Noel
LS 4th Grade Party Coordinator – Rubina Sethi
MS Spirit Night Chair – Tara Ellis
MS 5th Grade Ancient Worlds Day Chair – Penny Moore
MS 6th Grade Medieval Breakfast Chair – Brandi Ryker
MS 7th/8th Grade Winter Dance Chair – Kay Whittington
MS 7th/8th Grade Winter Dance Co-Chairs – Laney McNeer and Carla Kelly
MS 8th Grade Mosaic Chair – Rachel Misenar
MS 8th Grade Party Chair – Kat Penton
MS 8th Grade Crossing Breakfast - Susan Murphy
US College Fair Chair – Karen Livingston-Wilson
US College Fair Co-Chair - Charletta Bennett
US Homecoming Brunch Chair – Stephanie Moore
US 9th Grade Homecoming Dinner Chair – Penny Moore
US 9th Grade Orientation Coordinator – Tiffany Lovelady
US 11th Grade Prom Parent Social Chair – Leigh Ann Wilkins

Social Media Chair - Toni Harris

Resource Manager - Jackie Losset

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