Immaculate Conception School

Home & School Association (HASA)

The mission of the Immaculate Conception Home and School Association is to enable a partnership between the family and the school in support of our children’s Catholic education. Specifically HASA will conduct fundraising events to financially support the school. HASA encourages and facilitates parent involvement and assist with social and scholarly events to enhance the school community and increase academic enrichment opportunities.

2019-2020 HASA Officers:

President | Sarah Berger

Vice-President | Krista Richardson

Secretary | Maureen Gill

Treasurer | Tiffany Foley


Members at Large:

Grades K-2: Kellen Holsinger, Lori Frost, Jessica Gmerick

Grades 3-5: Katie Winland, Katie Conway, Amy Bills

Grades 6-8: Carrie Racz, Amanda McGee, Lauren Steinbauer

2018-2019 HASA Committee Chairs:

Box Tops For Education

Lisa Marie Nagy

New Family Mentors

Lauren Steinbauer

Spaghetti Dinner

Bridget Dolan-Piatt

8th Grade Dance Club

Katie Ponesse

Speaker Series

Carrie Racz

Christmas Boutique

Melissa Kulwicki

Pancake Breakfast

Lori Frost & Jessica Gmerick

Staff Appreciation

Krista Richardson & Katie Collver

Spirit Wear

Amanda McGee


Eimile Moore

School Supply Sale

Sarah Berger

Dining Out

Cathy Demidovich

Room Parents

Rani Isbell & Denise Coyne

Junior High Dance

Bridget Dolan-Piatt

Uniform Exchange

Debbie Miller

Date Night Out

Volunteer Coordinator

Susie Fabro

HASA Updates

Amazon Smiles for HASA

Your Amazon purchases can now benefit HASA! Amazon Smiles When you shop and designate Immaculate Conception Parish ( ) as your preferred charity, the Amazon Smile Foundation

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HASA Spring Social

Join HASA for Parents Night Out at Hendoc’s Pub on High! (2375 N. High)! Friday May 10th  at 7:00pm. See flyer for additional details!

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Christmas Boutique

The annual Christmas Boutique is just around the corner! The school gym will be setup and ready for shoppers November 30th through December 2nd.  There

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Love ought to show itself in deeds more than words.
St. Ignatius of Loyola