2018-19 Parent Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteering at Trinity helps provide the best possible educational experience for our children. In addition to supporting faculty and staff, sharing our time and talent connects us with one another and our entire school community.

By being engaged, we enrich the environment around us, as well as ourselves, and this is part of our culture.This is “The Trinity Way.”

The Give Us A Hand guide outlines many of Trinity’s volunteer opportunities. After deciding where you would like to spend your time, please complete the registration form.

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Volunteer Opportunities
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Admission Support
Our admission volunteers provide support in a myriad of ways, including greeting prospective families, joining a tour to provide the parent perspective, event implementation support, and assisting in creating a welcoming and inclusive community.
Book Fair
Reading is fun and so are Trinity's book fairs! Held for a week each in the fall and spring, the fairs offer a great opportunity to help raise funds for the Parents' Association, enrich classroom libraries, and foster a lifelong love of reading. Volunteers are needed to set up the fair and process book sales.
Clothes Closet
Let's keep our Wildcats looking sharp! Our Clothes Closet Committee collects used uniforms on No Uniforms at Trinity School (N.U.T.S) days, stocks the shelves and opens the doors once a month and at special events. Our Clothes Closet sales raise money for the school and offer gently used uniforms at a big discount.
Diversity & Belonging
Through exploration, dialogue, and action, the D&B parent group aims to actively inform, deepen, and help advance the D&B mission of the school. Join a growing and committed group of parents as we learn, parent, and support TES together. The D&B Committee proudly supports the work of, and events curated by, current (and future) parent affinity groups, including: Kindred, Cafe Con Padres, and the Adoptive Parents affinity groups. Parents are invited to participate in D&B meetings and events throughout the year and are needed to support various initiatives at the school.
Events
The events committee is responsible for making sure the location and refreshments are ready for events such as back to school night, parent education events, high school fairs, et cetera. The committee works with the heads of school and facilities director so that these gatherings run smoothly. We plan and execute the Parent Socials and Holiday Caroling, which have become special community events for Trinity families. During events we need friendly parents to greet.
Fall Social
This is one of the signature events of the TES year. Trinity parents and faculty/staff members look forward to this event in November and we’d love your help.We’re looking for volunteers to help with organizing, setup, decorating, food,oysters, beverages and clean-up. Most volunteers are only needed the week before and night of the event.
Grandfriends' Day
This annual spring event is a special tradition for us at Trinity. Volunteers work with the Advancement Office to help check-in our guests at the registration table, assist with parking and traffic flow, capturing the day as photographers or bake goodies for the morning breakfast in the courtyard.
Room Parents
Room parents support teachers for both classroom and grade-level events, as well as general needs throughout the school year. They serve as liaisons between the classroom and the school, PALT and parents. Room Parents meet with teachers in September, and again in January, to go over events for the year to determine what help the teachers need. Room parents coordinate volunteers for class events, teacher birthdays and end-of-year celebrations as well. Room parents send monthly email reminders about grade-level & school events for parents.
Spirit Shack
Help sell Trinity spirit wear during school functions or get involved to be a part of the creative process designing TES fashion for the next year. Throughout the year, volunteers maintain and organize inventory and periodically sell spirit wear. Funds raised through the Spirit Shack go to the Parents’ Association to support ourSchool. Opportunities abound at the Shack.
Spring Arts Festival
Would you like to support our student artists? The Spring Arts Festival Committee is looking for parents who can give a little or a lot of time! We help the art department hang student art in the hallways, and we plan & execute a school-wide picnic dinner celebration using various food vendors. Time commitment is in the spring and could be as little as two hours.
Staff Appreciation
What better way to thank your teachers and administration than to share your time and talents on this committee. Help provide hot cider and apples, wrapChristmas gifts or make cookies. Activities to honor faculty/staff take place throughout the year, with a significant concentration in March/April during Staff Appreciation Week.
Trinity's Love & Care (TLC)
True to the core principles that define the Trinity Way, this committee provides humble, loving care to Trinity families in need. From a simple note to a warmly, prepared meal, we discreetly support our distressed Trinity families as we learn about their hardships. This committee will call upon you throughout the year based on an established rotation allowing you to serve in conjunction with your schedule and those in need of our loving care.
Teacher Support
This committee supports our teachers and staff. Volunteers are asked to sign up for 2-hour shifts and are needed during school hours throughout the year. To assist with teachers' heavy workload, volunteers work on various tasks requested by the teachers (i.e., making copies, laminating, sharpening pencils, etc.). Most of the tasks will be completed in the teacher/staff workroom or at the front desk. For this committee, volunteers can work as much or as little as they'd like and can make their own schedule by signing up for shifts at the beginning of each month. We offer 2 shifts per day (morning and afternoon). The Teacher Support Committee is a great way to get to know the teachers and staff and to help make their workload a little easier.
Used Book Drive for Teachers
The Used Book Drive committee collects gently used books from the carpool line in the Spring from TES families. The books are sorted and offered first to our teachers to select books for their classroom libraries. To increase student involvement, the remaining books will be donated by students as part of their TES service learning to partners such as the Galilee Center and Loaves and Fishes. Join this fun team to help recycle books and help our teachers and community.
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