Parent Council Volunteers

Volunteering is a fun way for St. Paul’s parents to get involved in the life of the school and work together with other parents. There are opportunities for all levels of commitment. Many events require only 1-2 hours of work, while other positions involve more planning and/or year-round support. Let us know if you are interested in any of the committees, and we will reach out to you. We would love to have you join us!

Sign-Up Form

Your Information
Room Moms and Grade Level Representatives
Please check the Grades in which you are interested in being a Room Mom and/or Grade Level Representative (We have Room Moms for each class in PreK-Grade 4. Grade Level Representatives are for Grades 5-12)
Event Committees
Please check the Event Committees you are interested in:
Year-Round Committees
Please check the Year-Round Committees you are interested in:
General Volunteer/Skills
Do you have a special skill or would you like to be part of a general volunteer pool that we could call upon when we need volunteers for an hour or 2?

Event Committees Details:

  • Homecoming Carnival - (Thursday, September 21) Part of Homecoming Week. Weather permitting. All parents (Grades PreK-12) can volunteer to help plan the carnival and/or work a shift. *1-2 hour day-of shifts available
  • Running with the Saints - (Saturday, September 23) Part of Homecoming weekend. Responsibilities may include publicity, logistics, sponsorships, and help on the day of the event. *1-2 hour day-of shifts available
  • Book Fair: Grades PreK-2 - (a week in October) *1-2 hour shifts available
  • Book Fair: Grades 3-8 (a week in January) *1-2 hour shifts available
  • Saints’ Night Out (a Friday in March) Responsibilities may include marketing and communications, event planning, coordinating and soliciting donations, sponsorships, assisting with Student Art, and coordinating Teacher Adventures. *1-2 hour day-of shifts available
  • Graduation Sensation Night of graduation. Help is needed with food, decorations, event planning, prizes and volunteer coordination. *1-2 hour day-of shifts available
  • Used Uniform Sale (a week in May) *1-2 hour shifts available
  • Used Book Sale (last week of school in May) Volunteers work a shift the day books are received and sold. *1-2 hour day-of shifts available
  • End of the Year T-Shirts: Grades 3-4 Assists faculty by coordinating the order of EOY t-shirts and handles distribution to teachers.

Year-Round Committees Details:

  • Academic Boosters: Promotes the spirit of academics among the students and provides volunteer help for various events recognizing students for academic achievement such as quarterly Headmaster's List Donut Days, 8th Grade Headmaster’s Breakfast, 12th Grade Headmaster’s Luncheon and congratulatory notes.
  • Archives: Description: Volunteers needed to help organize school archives. *1-2 hour shifts available
  • Band Boosters: The St. Paul’s Band Parent Association supports, fosters, cultivates active participation, and maintains the St. Paul's Band. We actively assist in supplementing the financial support provided to the band by St. Paul's School, particularly with respect to equipment and special needs for which funding may not otherwise be available. All parents and legal guardians of band members are invited to Band Parent Association meetings and are considered voting members of the Association.
  • BUCS (Brothers United in Christ): For boys Grades 3-8. Parents needed to lead non-denominational, optional Bible Study. They meet twice a month during lunch.
  • Campus Beautification - Lower School: Works with the school on the beautification of campus facilities and grounds.
  • Campus Store: Volunteers needed to work regularly scheduled shifts in the store to assist shoppers, help with gift wrapping, price new items and set up displays. *1-2 hour shifts available
  • Caring Saints: To build community among our parent body; to offer support to members of the school community by writing notes of encouragement, congratulations or concern when appropriate.
  • GEMS (Girls Enrichment Ministry): For girls Grades 3-12. Parents needed to lead non-denominational, optional Bible Study. They meet twice a month during lunch. 
  • Hospitality: Organize food and flowers for various social functions during the year as needed, such as Parent Council Tailgates, Homecoming week and game, and Baccalaureate.
  • New Parent Mentors: Mentors will contact new parents to answer questions and help make the transition to St. Paul's easier. Organizes welcome events for our new families and provide mentoring for the new parents throughout the year.
  • Snack Break: Grades PreK-2 Snack Breaks are held once a month. Volunteers are needed to donate snacks and pass out the snacks. *1-2 hour shifts available
  • Snack Break: Grades 3-4 Snack Breaks are held once a month. Volunteers are needed to donate snacks and pass out the snacks. *1-2 hour shifts available
  • Teacher Appreciation: Organizes activities/food honoring the faculty and administration.
    • Grades PreK-2
    • Grades 3-5
    • Grades 6-8
    • Grades 9-12
  • This I Know: Weekly Bible story time for Grades PreK-2 that will take place every Thursday morning at 7:15am at the Lower School. Greeters and Room Helpers can volunteer as little or as much as their schedules allow. *1 hour shifts available

Thank you so much for taking the time to fill out this form. We look forward to working with you and seeing you around campus! If you have any questions, please contact Mae Dennis (Parent Relations) or 251-380-0408 x24.

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