This summer, we continue to work towards providing more opportunities for parents and grandparents to participate in school activities and invite you to participate in our classroom volunteer program.
At EDS, we greatly value the partnership between parents and the school community. Your involvement and support play a vital role in creating an enriched learning environment for our students. By becoming a trained volunteer, you can actively contribute to the success and growth of our school community.
This training allows you to gain valuable insights, knowledge, and skills to effectively engage with our students and staff. Whether you’re a new or experienced volunteer, this program will help you enhance your abilities and provide a solid foundation for meaningful involvement.
If you are interested in a role as a classroom volunteer, room parent, acolyte parent, or field trip chaperone, please click here for requirements and training.
All current parents are members of the EDS Association and are welcome and encouraged to attend quarterly meetings and special events. Through its fundraisers, the EDS Association funds the school “wish list” which is developed by faculty and department heads.
Save the date for the first EDS Association meeting of the new school year – Friday, September 1 at 8:15 A.M. in the library. We hope to see you there!
Earn money for EDS simply by grocery shopping! Register an account online with Publix and/or Kroger (each link will direct you to a login page), select Episcopal Day School as your community partner, and at checkout, pay with either app or type in the phone number associated with the account. The EDS Association will receive a percentage of grocery store profits every quarter.
EDS lunches are provided each day by Schoolhouse Fare. Schoolhouse Fare works with local restaurants to offer a variety of lunch options for our students and faculty. Click here to learn more about Schoolhouse Fare and to set up your online account for easy ordering. Note that lunch orders must be submitted by noon on the day prior.
Click here to shop for uniform, spirit, and athletic apparel on our online school store. Online orders are delivered to the front office every other Wednesday.
Plaid bowties, belts, hair accessories, and more can be purchased in the the EDS front office.
While on campus, be sure to check out the Panther Closet in Room 101! The Panther Closet is full of gently used uniform attire for boys and girls. All items are free to take home and use for your child.
We are currently accepting clothing donations!
Parents must sign into the Parent Portal (BigSIS) to complete forms online here. Please follow the instructions provided and download and print the physical form and others as needed. Parents may mail Stephanie Woodward with any questions.
Responsible User Polices (RUPs) must be printed, signed, and returned to EDS by the first day of school.
Students in Kindergarten – 8th grade are required to follow uniform and dress code guidelines. Preschool students do not wear a uniform, but are encouraged to wear comfortable play clothes and closed-toe shoes each day.
We have simplified our dress code as we seek to be more consistent in our expectations. Click this link for our Uniform and Dress Code Standards. Click here to review an email sent on June 23 from Dr. Perkinson regarding our change in plaid and revised dress code for 2023-2024.
For our required EDS plaid on Chapel days and for other daily uniform wear with embroidered EDS logos, orders are to be placed through Lands’ End. Note that having the EDS logo on daily uniform wear is a personal choice and not a requirement. For regular uniform wear (without EDS logo) items may be purchased at retailer of choice, while following dress code standards.