March 5, 2022
It’s a party so grand it can only happen every other year! Mark your calendar and be on the lookout for the big reveal! What’s this year’s theme? Where will it be located? Which committee do I want to work on? What should I wear? Where are the pre-parties? Heck, where are the post-parties! It’s nothing but a good time while raising funds for the school. Trust us… you won’t want to miss it!
Dear Parents, the 21–22 school year will be full of ways to stay connected! We’re bringing back our beloved traditions and also incorporating some new favorites.
Events bring our families together. We hope to see one and all online, on campus, or on the (gala) dancefloor. If you have any questions, please reach out to our development director, Christina Kopanidis-Cantu. Also, volunteers are needed, so please take a moment to sign up online if you haven't already. Thank you!
March 5, 2022
Friday, August 27 at 8:45–10 a.m.
New and returning Post Oak parents are invited to gather in the Bissonnet Campus gym for refreshments and coffee. This event is a great opportunity to meet Post Oak administration, room parents, and key volunteers—make new friends, and catch up with longtime ones.
Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Post Oak’s Parents Association (POPA) invites you to dinner! This parents-only event is a great way to kick off the year and get to know fellow Post Oakers. Invitations will be sent in mid-August.
November 6, 2021
This FREE annual event is a long-standing Post Oak tradition that’s fun for the whole family. Enjoy the company of your fellow Bearkats with a day of great music, giant inflatables, a variety of activities, food trucks, and more! Event costs are offset by selling raffle tickets for classroom mystery boxes.
On this special day, we open our classroom doors to your child(ren)s’ grandparents, relatives, and friends to help them see what a Montessori environment looks like on the inside! Read The Post newsletter for event details.
Post Oak families come together to do service work including packaging boxes at The Food Bank, landscape work at Buffalo Bayou, gardening at local nature centers, along with our annual blanket-making activity in the gym on MLK Day to donate to area shelters. Read The Post newsletter for opportunities to contribute.
Our Parent Association chairs are making up for lost time last year when gathering was not an option! Mark your calendars for the following social events to get to know families at your child’s level.
- Early August: Elementary Popsicles on the Playground
- September: Primary Playdate at Post Oak
- October: Young Children's Community Playdate at Post Oak
- October: Middle and High School Parent Happy Hour