2019-2020 PTA VOLUNTEER FORM
2019-2020 PTA Volunteer Form

Please take a few minutes to complete the Volunteer Form below to let us know where your interests are in supporting our PTA throughout the upcoming school year by volunteering your time to help the PTA events/activities. There are many opportunities for all parents, as we have several evening/after-school activities that will accommodate all work schedules. If you check "yes" to any or all of the events/committees below, you will be contacted by that committee's chairperson at some time during the year to help with their event/committee.

Thank you in advance for your participation. We are looking forward to a great year!
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AUGUST-NOVEMBER EVENTS
Fall Events
Welcoming Committee (August) - Volunteers to help at the Welcoming Event in August to welcome incoming Kindergarten families. *
School Supplies (August) - Volunteers help assemble school supply packets one day for 3-4 hours approximately one/two weeks before school starts. *
Running Club (September) - Volunteers help check in students or may lead a group of runners. This event takes place after school. *
Required
Picture Day (September) - Volunteers help bring classrooms down to photographer and help as needed *
Required
Everybody Counts (October) - Volunteers teach childen about various disabilities and how children cope with these challenges. Time committment is 1-2 hours during Everybody Counts Week. Curriculum is provided to the volunteers. *
Vision/Hearing Screening Escort (November or December) - Volunteers work 3-4 hour shifts helping escort children from classroom to testing areas. *
Movie Night for 3rd, 4th and 5th Graders (October) - Volunteers help chaperone movie night on a Friday evening for 2-3 hours. *
DECEMBER - FEBRUARY EVENTS
Winter Events
Winter Fest (December) - Volunteers are needed for fun activities and/or craft projects for this event in early December. *
Education Fair (January) - This is an evening event. Volunteers are needed to set up and guide children through the exhibits. *
Chess Club (January-March) - Chess Club meets 1 day a week during the recess period for approximately 8 weeks. Volunteers are needed to help set up chess boards, assist students and clean up afterwards. An understanding of chess is helpful but net necessary. *
Lunchtime Readers for 3rd, 4th and 5th Graders (January -March) - This program meets once each week during the recess period for 6 weeks. Volunteers are needed to lead small book discussion groups. *
Fun Fair (February) - This tradition is a themed evening of games, food, music and fun. Teaching staff and families provide this great event for the students of Ivy Hill. The success of the event relies on many volunteers who work the games, sell tickets, donate pop, water, baked goods or help with set up/clean up. *
Required
Ivy Hill Student Night Out Event - fun night out open to all Ivy Hill Students. - Volunteers are needed to chaperone and for check-in and check-out help. Events normally run 3-4 hours. *
March and June Events
Spring Events
Movie Night for Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd Graders (March) -Volunteers help chaperone movie night on a Friday evening for 2-3 hours. *
Running Club (April) - Volunteers help check in students or may lead a group of runners. This event occurs after school. *
Book Fair (March) -This is a one night event to celebrate the love of reading. Help is needed to set up books, handle sales during the fair, and take down displays afterward. *
Required
Field Day (Usually Last Friday In May) - Volunteers work either morning or afternoon session depending on their child’s grade. The duties include race starter, finish line judge, referee, game leaders, etc. *
Required
On going Opportunities
These are events that take place multiple times throughout the school year
Library Media Center (LMC) Circulation Desk - Each class visits the LMC on a weekly basis to check out library books and materials. Volunteers are needed to staff the circulation desk. Volunteers typically work 2-3 hours, one day a week, for a 6-8 week period. This may change depending on the LMC needs. Help is also needed at the end of May to do a complete inventory. *
Required
Garden Committee - Volunteers are needed to help with cleaning up, planting, watering, weeding and harvesting the garden. You would be assigned a one week time period during the summer to help take care of the garden. Gardening knowledge is not necessary but helpful. *
Musical Productions - Volunteers help with costumes and set decorations. Volunteers may also be needed to video tape the performance and help provide a DVD or a flash drive for purchase. *
Hospitality - Volunteers cook, bake, or supply food for Teacher Appreciation Breakfast and desserts for Parent/Teacher Conferences. *
Yearbook Photographers - Volunteers are needed to take and upload pictures throughout the year at various school events. The Yearbook Committee is looking for pictures of students and volunteers only. Group shots are highly encouraged. You will be contacted to determine your availability for events. *
Room Rep - Volunteers work closely with each classroom teacher to host the Halloween and Valentine’s Day parties and help coordinate Teacher Appreciation Week activities. *
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