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Parent Advisory Group (PAG)



Foxborough Regional Charter School has launched a Parent Advisory Group! The members of the group represent parents and guardians of Elementary, Middle and High School students who are currently enrolled at FRCS.


What is the PAG?

The Parent Advisory Group at Foxborough Regional Charter School supports the faculty, families, and encourages the well-being and quality of education for FRCS students. The PAG is meant to be a bridge between parents/guardians and school administration to increase parent involvement and support the mission and vision of the school.

What are the responsibilities of PAG members?
  • Act as a liaison between the school and parents/guardians regarding school and district wide strategy and initiatives.
  • Promote diversity and equal representation among all family and community stakeholders.
What are the goals of the PAG?
  • Help improve the FRCS experience for families.
  • Make recommendations to the school regarding education, communications, safety and parental involvement to improve school quality.
  • Support and promote the school’s vision and mission.
  • Raise community concerns that are not voiced elsewhere and advise on possible resolutions and mediations.
How is PIE (Partners in Education) different from the PAG?
  • Partners in Education (PIE) is a non-profit organization made up of elected board members and members at open meetings.
  • All FRCS parents and guardians are members of PIE.
  • PIE organizes fundraising, community events and offers support and appreciation for teachers and staff.
  • The PAG is an opportunity for parents to work with the school’s administration on school initiatives and a chance to have input in your student’s education.
  • PAG members give feedback, increase involvement, and help facilitate communication between members of the community and the school’s administration.
Who is on the PAG?

The PAG is comprised exclusively of parent/guardian representatives of currently enrolled students from each school at FRCS. Our goal is to have a maximum of 20 participants representing the diversity of the elementary, middle and high school communities.

How will the PAG work?
  • The PAG will have 2 main facilitators who will be responsible for scheduling meetings, creating an agenda and sending out communications to the PAG members.
  • The PAG will require a full school year time commitment and approximately 3-4 hours per month
Contact FRCS Family Engagement Coordinator Lissette Ilaria to volunteer! 
Stacy Calixte
Elementary (1, 4)
Farah T. Thomas
Elementary (3) and Middle (6)
Kim Getker
Elementary (4) and Middle (6)
Kara Lyn Torman
Elementary (3) and Middle (6)
Ebony Joseph
Elementary (1,3), Middle (6), High (10)
Teresita Velazquez
Elementary (2)
Kathleen Prescott
[email protected]
Elementary (2) Middle (5, 6) High School (11)
Anissia Vixamar
Elementary (K)
Amanda Tetreault
Elementary (2, 4, 4) Middle (8)
Todd Tetreault
Elementary (2, 4, 4) Middle (8)