Frisch Parents Association (FPA)

A Wonderful Way to be involved!

The Frisch Parents Association (FPA) is a group of energetic and committed parents who contribute to the fun and excitement of the Frisch family through many volunteer opportunities. The FPA works closely with the school administration to offer input and assistance in student programming and school events. The mission of the FPA is to enrich the education of our children and provide opportunities for our parents to become involved and connected to our amazing school.

Co-Presidents: Allison Adler and Shifra Bendheim

Recording Vice-President:  Patty Borodach

Vice President: Rachelle Stepner

Vice President: Shulamit Holzer

Treasurer: Sora Grunstein


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Sharon Abramowitz
Debby Adler
Jennifer Aranoff
Sarah Blum
Tammy Chesner
Aimee Ciment
Tzippy Cohnen
Aviva Distenfeld
Gail Dukas
Cindy Feigenblum

Candice Feiler
Allyson Fischer

Esther Friedman
Ruti Galandauer
Ilana Gdanski
Abigail Herschman
Rena Katz
Sue Nadritch
Julie Papier
Batya Paul
Sho Poloner
Andrea Portal
Zahava Reinhart
Aviva Rolnick

Hilda Samoohi
Jennifer Seidel
Aliza Schulhof
Debbie Siegler
Randi Silvermintz
Dalia Stelzer
Tami Volodarsky
Francine Weisbrot
Becky Wolf
Shanna Wolf
Linda Zucker




What exactly does the FPA do?

The FPA is a group of volunteers that run a myriad of events throughout the school year to enhance the education of our children.

Which programs does the FPA sponsor?

We sponsor the annual Yom Haatzmaut BBQ, Chanukah gifts to our faculty, student cultural events and our monthly Lunch and Learn program. We also coordinate our school calendar, and run a full Cougar Spirit Store.

How do the Frisch Students benefit from the FPA?

Students experience an FPA sponsored cultural event supporting the English Curriculum. In honor of their Birthday’s students also receive a special birthday t-shirt courtesy of the FPA. Summer birthdays receive them in June before the end of school.

At Graduation, each students receives a personalized gift courtesy of the FPA.

Even before students arrive on our beautiful campus, the FPA is integrally involved in the coordination of our main recruitment event, by providing many volunteers to support our Open House in the fall, and giving personal tours to each family as they arrive for their interview (admissions.frisch.org)

How does the FPA help freshmen in their transition to High School?

We assist in the coordination of Freshmen Orientation on the evening before school begins. We also provide a courtesy Brunch titled “When Cubs Become Cougars” to help the families of our freshmen get to know each other and to make a smooth transition into our Frisch Family.

Can I volunteer if I work full time?

ABSOLUTELY. We have many evening and Sunday events and committees that meet outside of school hours. Click here to sign up!