Parent Site Council
The Parent Site Council is AACA’s version of a PTA. The Council exists to provide support to both school families and the school administration. They assist with passive fundraising, spirit wear, parade floats, staff appreciation, family events, and more!
Agendas & Minutes
View upcoming meeting agendas and minutes from past Parent Site Council meetings.
Program Site Council Members are elected by school families. Elections take place in the spring, and nomination information is sent out to all families.
Hi friends! My name is Sara Hughes. I grew up on the Central Coast and moved away for a bit but I couldn’t wait to get back! I live in Shandon on a little slice of heaven with my husband Bob, our son Will (2nd grade), and all our animals. My degree is in communications from Cal Poly Pomona and I have a Masters’s in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Servant Leadership from Gonzaga (GO ZAGS! If you’re a March madness fan, you feel my pain!) Servant leadership is primarily focused on the growth and well-being of people and the communities to which they belong. I believe strongly that we need to listen with the ear of our hearts. Which is why we chose AACA! We want to support growing great kids! AACA dedicates so much time to having TeRRiFiC citizens, positive thinking, encouraging and stretching them, and celebrating their success. Which is what makes our school so special.
What I hope to bring to PSC is support for parents AND faculty. I want to serve our school, parents, and our children.
PSC Vice President
Jacob & Katie Frederick
We moved to the area in 2019 from Pasadena and have loved raising our family here. We have 4 children: Addie in kindergarten, Clementine age 4, Teddie age 2, and J.R. age 1. Katie comes from 7 years in a private elementary school setting. Jacob grew up in a household of nonprofit fundraisers. He currently works at Cintas, a National Uniform and Facility Service Provider. We believe that community involvement and support play a major role in the success of a school, knowing that the children we educate will be successful and proud leaders of their community in the future.