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Volunteering

Please look over these opportunities to help our school out throughout the year. We encourage you to sign up for the volunteer opportunities through the sign up genius link listed below each activity prior to Book day. A printed version of the sign up forms with the remaining slots will also be available during Book day and Back to School Night.

No matter what your schedule/availability/talents, there are ways you can help our school.

Thank you for your time and contributions!

 All volunteers who will be working with or near children in the school must meet the requirements of the Diocesan Safe Enrironment Program.  Information on these requirements is available from the Service - Adult Volunteers page of the Faith section.

Year-Round Opportunities

 
Classroom Representative
Enricment Representative
School Lunch Program
Front Desk
Yearbook

Event-Specific Opportunities

 
Fall Clean-up
Opening Mass
Book Day
Back to School Night
School Picture Day
School Picture Day Make-up Session
Fall Fest Committee
Fall Open Houses
Grandparents Day
Fall Sports Banquet
Lessons and Carols
Santa Shop
Catholic Schools Week Open House
Alumni Social
Book Fair
Spring Clean-up
Spring Gala
Teacher Appreciation Dinners
Field Day
8th Grade Graduation Committee

Classroom Representative (1 per grade)

  • Attend ALL monthly PTO meetings (held the 3rd Thursday of each month)
  • Send out PTO meeting notes and classroom information to other parents
  • Coordinate class teacher gifts for Christmas and end of year
  • Connect with classroom teacher regularly for communicating and coordinating to support Work classroom-specific events
  • Act as a resource for parents new to the school or class
  • Encourage participation in fundraising, outside of school events, etc.
  • Assist with filling volunteer slots for Feed the Homeless day (one day per month, per class) and Lunch Service (one month per year, per class)
  • Lead class specific GalaOpportunities and links to sign-up sheets will be put here through the year.  Please check back.

Enricment Representative (1 per grade)

Volunteers

  • Attend ALL monthly PTO meetings (held the 3rd Thursday of each month)
  • Lead class specific Gala activities, including organizing the class art project for Gala
  • Identify class volunteers to help create art project with class and art teacher
  • Facilitate procuring a minimum of 10 auction items from their class (donations from parents, family members, etc.)
  • Encourage participation in fundraising, outside of school events, etc.
  • Coordinate directly with Pat Maehr to keep parents updated on Comet Campaign

School Lunch Program

Lunch Server - Lunchroom volunteers serve delicious catered meals to the students and teachers. (Recommend TWO volunteers) This will be done by grade per month (see below). 11:00-1:00 on Tuesday and Friday during the month

  • Open kitchen, make certain lunches have been delivered w/correct order.
  • Place cleaning supplies out for students.
  • Set-up serving line with napkins, utensils if needed. Drinks and cold food items stocked on ice / Hot foods placed in warmer
  • Help students who have no lunch
  • Put away items once lunch periods over
  • Make certain students are cleaning tables and dining area; wash any utensils used
  • Wipe down kitchen counters and sink.
  • Close kitchen.
Grade Assignments by Month

Front Desk

Register with Pam Autry

  • Greet visitors and parents
  • Answer phones

Yearbook

Parent led committee of parents and middle school students to organize, plan, and, create the Yearbook for the 2017-18 school year.
  • Collect photos and content throughout the year. Proofread and determine graphic placement.
  • Layout and submit images to yearbook company.
  • Collect/coordinate orders and distribute yearbooks at the end of the school year.
  • Take pictures at school events.

Book Fair

March 12 - 14, 2019
Chair
  • Organize Event
  • Coordinate Volunteers
Volunteers
  • Set-up
  • Work with teachers to bring kids through book fair
  • Clean-up

Spring Clean-up

April 13, 2019 
Come help us get the school cleaned up after the long winter! Bring your work clothes, gloves and tools to help clean up the school grounds.
  • Organize
  • Coordinate Volunteers
  • Spruce up the school grounds

Spring Gala

 
Chair
  • Coordinate Committee Chairs
  • Coordinate with Finance Office
  • Organize Event
Committees
  • Auction - Coordinate prize donations, organize prizes at event, send thank you notes after event.
  • Sponsorships -Secure event sponsorships by reaching out to past sponsors and cultivating new sponsors within
    the school and church communities, as well as the Richmond metro area
  • Logistics and Ticket Sales - work with vendors (food/beverage, entertainment, rentals), track ticket sales, sell/distribute tickets at masses
  • Set-up
  • Clean-up
Work for this event begins in October

Teacher Appreciation Dinners

May 2, 2019
To honor our teachers, we give them a night off from cooking and send them home with a complete dinner for their families! This event is all about donations, and we provide recipes for the entrees so it is easy to participate.
  • Organize Event
  • Coordinate Volunteers
  • Critique Event
  • Provide food
  • Box food
  • Distribute Food

Field Day

June 4, 2019, 8:30 - noon
Come have some fun with the students by lending a hand with the game stations.
  • Coordinate with PE Teacher
  • Organize Event
  • Coordinate Volunteers
  • Set-up
  • Oversee games and activites
  • Clean-up

Graduation Reception

June 4, 2019
Chair and Co-chair
  • Organize event
  • Obtain gifts for graduates
  • Coordinate Volunteers
Volunteers
  • Set-up
  • Serve
  • Provide food/beverage
  • Clean-up
This is typically the responsibility of the 6th and 7th grade parents, but everyone is welcome to help as well!
To help with this event contact the 6th or 7th grade Class Representatives.
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