Our children might be growing up, but they still need our support to ensure the best and richest Middle School experience possible. There are many ways to get involved and volunteer at SPMS.
Your involvement, no matter how big or small, is not only welcome, but also necessary! In fact, right now, we are looking for Executive Board Members for next year. This select group meets monthly with Mr. Kubela and Mr. Kassam-Clay to discuss new and ongoing programs, events, issues, and ideas. We need:
- Recording Secretary
- Wish Night (fundraising for classrooms/teachers)
- Ways & Means (general PTA fund raising).
Contact head of the Nominating Committee: email@example.com
Eight Grade Activities – Decorate for 8th Grade Winter Formal, Promotion Dance, and Promotion, and help set up food for 8th grade lunch on the last day of school.
Fathers’ Follies – We need you to help create our biggest and most hilarious fundraising event! Please step up and sell tickets, call sponsors, and *market this fun night. Email us to volunteer.
Grant Writing – Funds are being cut from our schools. We can access financial assistance through companies and foundations, but we need people to write the grants. Please help.
Graphic Arts – We always need creatives to make signs and flyers for upcoming events. *Especially for Fathers’ Follies!
Library/Media – Extend the reach of limited staff by helping in the library/media center during the school day.
Teacher Appreciation Events – A way to honor and recognize our generous teachers and staff.
Traffic/Valet — We need help moving vehicles along at drop off and pick-up. Want to help? We’ll might even think about getting a whistle… Let us know!
OR — tell us where you would like to help! Do you have a skill or company that can help? Fundraising, calligraphy, copy writing, printing services, etc.? Do you have or work for a business that might support our efforts by donating services or goods, like paper, printing, food, drinks, etc.?
Please email Emily Cline, SPMS PTA President at firstname.lastname@example.org