McAuliffe PTSA Volunteer Opportunities
Please take a moment to check out all the ways you can be involved as a McAuliffe PTSA volunteer. Whether it's a one time commitment or on a committee we would love to see you at school. Place a check next to anything that interests you and we'll put in touch with the PTSA Board member coordinating that event. If you have any questions, please contact volunteer@mcauliffeptsa.org

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Back to Business: One day during the week prior to the first day of school where students and families meet their teachers, take school pictures, fill out/turn in paperwork, order school spirit wear, etc.
Ice Cream Social, September 20th; 6:30-8pm: Our first big event of the year, where students and families join together for free ice cream, meeting new people and catching up with old friends. One of our most popular events of the year.
Challenger Chase Fun Run, October 5th: Our ONLY fundraiser of the year, our students get to run themselves silly as they raise money for the PTSA to help meet our budget requirements for events, grants, and support for our school.
Fall Coat Drive, October 8th-18th: We collect new and gently used winter clothing items for families in our community that might otherwise go without.
School Pictures, Sept. 21st (make-ups), Nov.6th (re-takes) and in the spring for class photos: Help is needed to bring students from class to the portable for pictures and back to their classroom and student wrangling.
Payload Packet Production, once a month: Help with payload packets and copies.
Campus Enrichment, 1-2 times a year: Help keep our campus pretty and clean.
Vision & Hearing Screening, November 13th: Each year, parents and family members help with screening our students for potential vision and hearing issues.
Reflections Art Competition: This program is led by the National PTA and students from across the country submit original works of art in various categories. Volunteer opportunities are necessary for our school only.
Giving Tree, November 19th-21st: This is our annual holiday drive to provide items such as clothing, toys, gift cards, etc. for families in our community so that everyone's holidays are bright.
Talent Show, Nov. 29th: This is a fun showcase of our student's talents from singing, dancing, comedy, magic, you name it, our students can do it!
Used Book Rodeo, Jan. 28th-Feb. 1st: This week-long event takes place during Parent/Teacher Conferences. The Commons become one huge used book sale for students, staff and families. The week prior (1/14-1/18) is when books are donated by school students and their families. Volunteers are needed during both weeks to help with collection, set up and sales. Volunteer for as little or as much time as you can give.
Bingo Night, April 25th(tentative): Free to play with cash prizes and a raffle for fun items too!
Teacher Appreciation Week, April 29th-May 3rd: We spend a week celebrating our teachers by providing lunch and other fun gifts.
Art Walk, May 23rd, 6:30-8pm: This is an evening where the Commons is one big art show displaying works of art from each student and class projects. (This event occurs every other year)
Field Day & All School BBQ, June 14th: A day of outdoor activities for the kids and a chance to eat a BBQ lunch with their families! This event is the last big event of the school year and is a great way to welcome summer!
Math Challenge, occurs throughout the school year: With a high participation rate of students, this is a fun way to get our students excited about Math. 15 challenges throughout the school year are offered to students, then graded with results being posted in the school hallway. This program is best run with a few volunteers rather than a single person.
Spring School Play, April: This event for 4th and 5th graders takes place over 6 weeks with some big and some small volunteer needs.
Scripps Spelling Bee, Spring 2019: This event is just the beginning point for the National Spelling Bee. Some volunteer opportunities involve judges (evening of event) among others.
5th Grade Promotion, June: This event is a celebration of our 5th graders for all their accomplishments in elementary school. Help make this special for them and their families!
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