Are you looking for ways to get involved? We have many opportunities from bingo nights to spring dance. Even if you only have a few hours to spare there is a perfect opportunity just for you. Check out our annual events and see what fits you best!
Volunteer Application Information
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Harvest Festival aka our Fall Carnival. Volunteers will help carry materials, set-up booths, hang signs, and organize items for the event.
One of our most popular events! We have a fall and spring Bingo Night so you can help at one or both! Help sell bingo cards and concessions.
Help to plan, advertise, set-up and recruit crafters and vendors for this Seattle Hill neighborhood event.
Help set up a festive night of gingerbread-cookie decorating and/or work the hot chocolate bar.
Help sell concessions and popcorn.
This is our biggest fundraiser of the year! Help to procure, advertise, plan and decorate for the auction night. Also needed is day/night of help.
Help to plan the theme, decorate and sell concession for our yearly DJ'd dance. This always corresponds with the end of Dance Man week so the kids are super excited to attend!
Help to provide meals for fall/spring conference week and/or teacher appreciation week. Store bought or home cooked meals are always appreciated by our hardworking staff.
Plan and help fundraise for the 6th grade class field day and end of the year celebration. You also get to choose the theme and decorations.
Art Docents are a huge crowd pleaser in the classrooms. All art docent lessons are planned and scripted so anyone can be an Art Docent. You can also coordinate your own lessons with the teachers.
Did you know we had a green team! Help to keep our gardens growing, our outdoor spaces decorated and keep our job corp kids busy.
Fridays, starting in October, kids will be popping with delight over the delicious fresh popcorn you pop
Every Wednesday, during last recess, the kids hit the field to run their little hearts out. Volunteers mark cards and cheer on the students. Every lap earns "mileage bucks" that can be turned in for extra recess equipment for the classrooms.
Staff the "Student Store" (a large rolling cart of goodies) one morning each week, you can choose what recess suits your schedule.
Help to organize your child's classroom parties, teacher appreciation week and be a resource for the other parents in class. Kids love when their parents do this job!