Get Involved — Volunteer
When adults volunteer, all students benefit. There are many opportunities to get involved and your help is needed! Complete the Volunteer Interest form and we will be in touch with you. You must be logged in to view Volunteer Interest Form.
This is less scary than it sounds. From creating a great rapport with fellow parents, to having a solid say in your child's elementary school experience, to adding valuable skills to your resume, there's plenty to gain from serving on the PTA board. A board seat is not for everyone but if it's something you might be interested in, start here.
Committee chairs are the cogs and wheels that help our school run smoothly. Committee chairs take on an activity and run with it. But don't worry, there's plenty of help along the way from those that have been through it at least once and parents signing up to support. Check out our committee chair link.
Volunteer Coordinator: The Volunteer Coordinator organizes parent volunteers by creating a monthly volunteer calendar with the names of parents who have volunteered for stations within the classroom (e.g., Math stations, Read Naturally, Writer’s Workshop, Key Words, Science Lab, Friday folders).
Classroom Party Planner: The Party Planner coordinates parent volunteers and supplies needed for class parties with the assistance of the Room Parent and as directed by the teacher.
Field Trip Coordinator: The Field Trip Coordinator obtains parent chaperones and confirms insurance information in the office.
Library Volunteer: Parents who sign up to volunteer in the library will assist during their child’s library hour by helping children sign in and out books and assisting with shelving books, as needed. There will be a training at the beginning of the year.
Yearbook Class Rep: The Classroom Representatives are responsible for taking pictures of your child's classroom. In addition, the Rep is asked to help take and gather classroom specific pictures during the school the year (Camps, Field Trips, Halloween, Winter Sing, etc). These photos are uploaded to the yearbook site.
LPIE Art Rep: The art representative is the liaison between their classroom and the LES Art Fair Chairs. The Art Rep creates art folders for each student in the fall, ensures each student has a piece of art for the art fair, and helps setup and take down the art fair in May.