The Importance of Volunteers Like YOU!
This page contains many upcoming volunteer opportunities. Some are one-time events, others may ask a longer commitment. We wouldn’t be able to implement or sustain events and programs we provide for the Keller community without volunteers. We’re lucky to have over 450 students and therefore such a large community of potential volunteers! If you haven’t volunteered this year yet, please consider giving your time to any of the events listed. Your kids will thank you for it!
Scholastic Reading Counts
Click here for more information on volunteering for the SRC program.
International Fun and Food Festival & Silent Auction
On March 2, 2018 the Helen Keller Elementary School PTA will host our tenth annual Silent Auction to benefit the PTA. The Silent Auction will again be teamed with our International Fun and Food Festival (IFFF). During this event, our building will open its doors to more than 500 guests from our school and the surrounding community for entertainment, games, crafts, prizes, and a tasting room- all with an international theme. The event is our school's primary winter and spring fundraiser.
If you would like to help with this event, there are lots of volunteer opportunities. Volunteer shifts are available in 30-minute intervals so you can still enjoy the evening with your family and friends! Sign up genius coming soon.
Open PTA Committee Chairs & Descriptions for 2017-2018
Be a risk-taker! Please contact Michelle Vinluan firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest, or find out more, about the positions listed below.
• Keller Marquee (Chair needed): The chairperson updates the school information/important dates on the sign outside of the school on a biweekly or as needed basis.
• Silent Auction (Chair needed): This is a very important fundraiser that is held on the same night as the International Food & Fun Festival. The chairperson will organize volunteers to solicit businesses for donations, catalog all items, send information home, secure volunteers for the event, set-up, monitor the auction, deliver winning bidders merchandise, handle all monies and clean up.
• Unplugged Week (two Co-chair needed!): For one week in January (or a different month to be determined by co-chairs) families are encouraged to go “unplugged” by omitting TV, video games and computers. The chairperson(s) will send information home, set up “unplugged” events for each night (e.g., nature night, gym night at the school), determine prizes for students who complete the challenge and deliver prizes.
• Fun Fair (one Co-chair needed!):