Welcome to Lexington Catholic High School’s Parent Action Corps (PAC). Your support means we will be able to serve the faculty, students and parents by sponsoring programs and events that continue to strengthen Lexington Catholic’s mission of developing the Mind, Spirit and Body.
PAC is a great way to be involved in your child’s school. Beginning this year, all families are members of the Parent Action Corps. We need your help in order to continue with established programs, as well as offering additional programs that address critical concerns of parents and students today. We are working toward providing a special event for each grade level that helps foster a positive environment.
Below are the programs currently sponsored by PAC:Academic Boosters
Supports the academic induction ceremonies and several special events including the annual end-of-the year academic awards dinner.Hospitality
Hosts numerous receptions including staff breakfasts, faculty end of year event, and other key events including prospective student open house, new parent social reception and more.Spiritual Life
Volunteer your time, treasure and prayer in support of the Lexington Catholic spiritual life office and all students, faculty and staff. Provide snacks with inspirational messages during spring and fall exam weeks, pray for students during finals, provide gift cards for students in need identified by staff, and/or participate in youth group/parent fellowship group.Used Uniform ProgramDrug Testing
Supports the efforts of the school administration to educate our children in a safe, drug-free environment. Random drug testing funded by PAC.Additional Events (funds permitting)
Freshman get acquainted breakfast, senior farewell breakfast and dinner dance, parent/student speaker series, junior pinning ceremony, sophomore event.
Thank you for supporting PAC and its services to our students, faculty and parents. Feel free to text/call/email us with any questions, concerns or suggestions. We welcome your input and support!!
Ellen Kessler and Debbie Gilligan ’85