Jobs Listing

Welcome to the Sacred Heart School Service Program.  It is our hope that there are many jobs that match your talents, interests, and availability.  There are more jobs than families in the school, and we are dependent on your generosity.
The jobs are grouped in several categories.   Please keep in mind that these are the jobs that fulfill the service commitment only.  There are many, many more opportunities to serve at Sacred Heart School that cannot be listed here.  Sacred Heart School could not provide the same high-quality education and formation of young people without your contribution.  Please contact your child’s teacher or any staff to help in other ways.  Thank you.

Please note! Even the posting of this list is a volunteer activity.  We made a conscientious effort to give you the best information we have.  We will revise the list from time to time in response to changing school needs.

Category  Positions Descriptions
Recommended Service Jobs for New Familes
Health Room (Morning) 8 One Morning (8:30-10:00) on Alternating Weeks. Give aid, personal attention and comfort to students who visit the health room. Dispense sympathy, apply band-aids and ice packs, take temperatures, call parents if necessary and perform other routine care tasks. Assist health room staff with various tasks (copying, filing, etc.) School staff respond to serious illness, injury, or allergic reaction.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Health Room (Afternoon) 10 One Afternoon (1:45-3:15) on Alternating Weeks. Give aid, personal attention and comfort to students who visit the health room. Dispense sympathy, apply band-aids and ice packs, take temperatures, call parents if necessary and perform other routine care tasks. Assist health room staff with various tasks (copying, filing, etc.) School staff respond to serious illness, injury, or allergic reaction.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Library 8 One position is for 2 hours per day for one day per week for one semester from noon-2pm Monday, Tuesday & Thursday.  Wednesday from 9:30-11:30am, Semester 1 ends January 25. Semester 2 ends June 13. Assist students with book selection, check-in and check-out books, reshelf books, clean shelves, assist the librarian, and volunteer for a shift during the school book fair.Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Lunch Room 10 Assist school staff with management of lunch room including helping students open packages and enforcing proper lunch room behavior. Shifts are 11:40am-12:40pm one day a week for one semester.  First Semester ends January 25. Second Semester ends June 13. Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Playground, lunch recess 30 Supervise the students at lunch recess, approximately 1 hour per week for 1 semester of the school year. Shifts are 11:45-12:45 p.m. First Semester ends January 25.  Second Semester ends June 13.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Playground, Pre-K, 1st AM recess 6 Supervise the Pre- K students at recess from 9:50- 10:15am, and the first AM primary upper lot recess from 10:15-10:30am once a week for a semester, (Mondays , Tuesdays and Wednesdays). First Semester ends January 25.  Second Semester ends June 13.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program.
Auction
Auction – Chair 2 Chair oversees and coordinates the Auction.  Develops and manages the budget and timeline.  Develops and communicates committee job descriptions to Committee Chairs.  Works closely with Auction Committee Chairs.  Contracts with and manages venue, vendors and auctioneer.  Schedules and runs monthly Auction Committee meetings.
Auction – Cashiering Chair 1 Responsible for recording and billing Auction purchases for dinner Auction. Oversees checkout on the evening of the Auction.  Sets up all PCs and other related technology to enable data entry and cashiering for the evening.
Auction – Cashiering 3 Responsible for recording and billing Auction purchases for dinner Auction.
Auction – Classroom Project Chair 1 Oversees Classroom Projects. Provides classroom project ideas and assistance to Classroom Project Volunteers. Approves all Auction classroom projects. Manages classroom projects budget. Ensures that all projects are completed and delivered on time.  Collects and oversees classroom project write ups and gives to Live Auction Chairs for editing and inclusion in Auction Catalog. Collects digital pictures and descriptions and works with Marketing Team to market projects and provides pictures to Live Auction Chairs for Live Auction slide show. “Fluffs”, sets up and displays classroom projects at Live Auction. Attends Auction Committee Meetings.
Auction – Data and Inventory Chairs 2 Manages all the data entry of items, manages inventory as items arrive and follows up on items that are received. Prints all certificates for Live and Raffle items.
Auction – Design Team Chair 1 Coordinates all design elements of the Auction including Silent Auction table design, table centerpieces, table decorations and room décor. Includes VIP table.  Attends Auction Meetings.
Auction – Design Team Member 3 Coordinates all design elements of the Auction including Silent Auction table design, table centerpieces, table decorations and room décor. Includes VIP table.
Auction – Silent Chair 1 Manages all aspects of logistics for the Silent Auction for the Gala.  Works closely with Auction Committee Chairs and team members and is in charge of all signage, display, bid forms etc. for the silent auction items.
Auction – Live Auction Coordinator 1 Manages all aspects of logistics for the Live Auction for the Gala.  Works closely with Auction Committee Chairs to understand all the details of the live items that will be displayed and coordinates the volunteers running forms to winning bidders and to auction cashiers.
Auction – Logistics Set Up and Clean Up 1 Setup involves loading a rental truck the Friday before the auction with grade projects and other large items and  transporting the items to the Hyatt Bellevue on auction day morning at 8:00am.  Setup is also responsible for putting together some auction items on-site (i.e. bbq or other items that need assembly). Cleanup details include loading the truck after the auction, and transporting the items back to the school the following morning. It is possible to attend the auction and still do this job!
Auction – Logistics 4 Works the day of the auction in all areas from set up through the auction events.  Duties to include general event staffing and could be set up, selling raffle tickets, helping to close silent auction, packing up of items, etc.  Must be available auction day (February 2nd) from 12:00 noon – 11pm.
Auction – Marketing Chairs 2 Works closely with Auction Chairs on communication plan.  Produces all communication and marketing materials for the Auction. Included but not limited to FTH, Bulletin Boards, Sandwich Boards, Facebook, SHS Website.  Attends Auction Meetings.
Auction – Online Auction Chair 2 Plans and executes all aspects of the online auction.  Including but not limited to working with development on database for item creation for online auction to distribution of materials from the auction.  Attends Auction Meetings through completion of Online Auction.
Auction – Party Chair 1 Develops Party ideas, identifies hosts, markets parties including pre-sales, writes descriptions for online and catalog.  Chair creates and manages spreadsheet to track expected party revenue.  Attends Auction meetings.
Auction – Party Team Member 2 Assist Party chair with developing Party ideas, contacting  hosts and marketing parties including pre-sales.
Auction – Live Auction Procurement Chair 1 Works closely with Auction Chairs to identify items for the Live Auction.  Procures items for live and silent portions of the Auction.   Sends procurement request letters as well as canvasing businesses to procure Live, Silent and Raffle Items.  Attends Auction Meetings.
Auction – Procurement Team Member 3 Procures items for live and silent portions of the Auction.   Sends procurement request letters as well as canvasing businesses to procure Live, Silent and Raffle Items.
Auction – Catalog Writer 1 Writer position writes all the Live Item descriptions for the catalog as well as any other content needed for: parties, raffles, classroom projects.
Auction – Raffle Chairs 2 Manages raffle items for auction.  Works with Auction Chair to develop offerings, Procurement to secure donations and writing of item descriptions.  Includes pre-sales and selling at auction and reconciling raffle sales at end.  Attends Auction Meetings.
Auction- Registration Chairs 2 Records and tracks all RSVP’s.  Provides registration specific information, meal cards, wine upgrade, etc.  Helps create table assignments.  Oversees the night of auction registration during silent auction.
Auction – Silent Team 2 Works with the silent auction chair and is responsible for silent auction portion of gala. Number of items per table, accuracy of items, display information of item including physical items display, photos of items not on tables as well as item descriptions for bid sheets and item signage.
Auction – Slideshow 1 Works closely with Auction Chair to creates slideshow for Live Auction.  Must be proficient in Power Point. Works with AV staff and Auctioneer to ensure smooth execution of slide show day of event.
Auction – Special Projects 2 Works with Auction Chair and Development Department to identify and coordinate Special Projects, including photos.  Manages Dessert Dash, including donations internal and external to school, communications prior or night of event, arranging delivery day of event, set up and updating Auction Chairs. Attends Auction Meetings.
Auction – Teacher Experiences 1 Coordinates with teachers and the procurement team to organize teacher experiences. Provide descriptions for marketing materials.  Attends Auction Meetings.
Auction – Volunteer Coordinator 1 Responsible for recruiting and overseeing all night of auction volunteers including high school student help.
Fundraising
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Fundraising – Jogathon Chair 2 Works with Parent’s Club to come up with goal, operating budget, and sponsorship needs. Organizes team, sets schedule, checks in on team progress and course corrects as needed, helps unblock volunteers.
Fundraising – Jogathon Assembly and Communications 1 Works with 99Pledges & SH to create required site pages, sends communications to FTH, pulls class goal information and provides it to class coordinators
Fundraising – Jogathon Event and Volunteer Coordinator 1 Works with chair to setup schedule for day of event, works with SH staff to ensure everyone is prepared, sets up signup genius, etc. Coordinates volunteers (health tables, snack & water stations, -basically all non-equipment volunteers)
Fundraising – Jogathon Equipment Manager 1 Takes inventory of all equipment required for event. Ensures equipment is ready for event. Coordinates setup and clean-up
Fundraising – Jogathon Prizes/Awards& Water Station 1 Creates prize catalog. Tracks, orders and distributes prizes and awards to winners. Coordinates any party prizes. Orders/organizes Water station and Snack Table. Coordionates foor and beverages and donated snacks.
Classroom Community Coordinator (CCC)
Classroom Community Coordinator 15 Support the teachers and help build the classroom community.  Responsibilities include meeting with Teaching Team before Back to School Night to determine needs and plan events, maintaining the class’ Shutterfly account and using it to create sign-ups and communicate information to parents (training will be provided), and arranging 1-2 summer get-togethers in addition to periodic family gatherings during the school year.
8th Grade Graduation Coordinator 1 To coordinate all activites that go with graduation.  Events prior to and after graduation.
Classroom Parent Aide
Classroom Parent Aide Kindergarten for ART 4 To help in art class one day per week for the school year. Time and day TBD.   Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide Kindergarten for the classroom 2 This position is for one hour per week assisting classroom teacher with variety of tasks. These tasks include, but are not limited to, working with individual or small groups of children, grading work, copying, and assisting with bulletin boards.  A set time and date to be mutually agreed upon.
Classroom Parent Aide 1st Grade for the Classroom 2 Work with students in the classroom. Parent would work with small groups (6-10 students at a time) as they go through rotations. Work might include math, reading or computer time. Time/day can be discussed with teacher.
Classroom Parent Aide 1st Grade for ART 2 To help in art class one day per week for the school year.  Time and day TBD.   Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide 2nd Grade 1 Copier Volunteer – this person will make copies for both second grade teachers on Friday mornings (anytime between 8am-12:45pm on Fridays).
Classroom Parent Aide 2nd Grade 1 Homework Folder Volunteer – this person will unload and load the homework folders for both second grade classes, sometime Friday afternoon (12:45-4pm) or Monday morning (8am-12:45pm).
Classroom Parent Aide 2nd Grade 2 Computer Volunteer – this person will supervise and assist students in the pod once a week (assist with logging on, help students maintain a quiet work space, troubleshoot small technology problems, etc.) Time/day TBD by teacher.
Classroom Parent Aide 3rd Grade 2 This job’s responsibilities include making copies, putting together folders, cutting/prepping in class projects. This job can be done Wednesday or Thursday at any time during school. Positions are not guaranteed to be in your child’s classroom. One position per classroom.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements
Classroom Parent Aide 3rd Grade 2 This job’s responsibilities are to assist in the classroom during writing time. It includes helping students in the writing process- brainstorming, drafting, editing, and publishing (typing). Time/Day of this job to be determined in Fall. Usually Tuesday or Wednesday from 1:10-2:00 or 2:10-3:00 depending on classroom.  Positions are not guaranteed to be in your child’s classroom.  One position per classroom.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements
Classroom Parent Aide 4th Grade 1 This job is for one hour/week to make copies and prepare materials for both classrooms.  Copying to be done Monday morning. Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements
Classroom Parent Aide 4th Grade 1 This job is for one hour/week to make copies, cut supplies, prepare materials, decorate bulletin boards, and do other “random” tasks for both classrooms.  This job to be done anytime Friday. Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements
Classroom Parent Aide 4th Grade 2 This job is for one hour/week working with students in one-on-one or small group settings. It is essential that volunteers arrive on time. Teachers will reach out to volunteers based on 2018-2019 class schedule to decide the best time/day.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide 5th Grade 2 The responsibilities for this job include but are not limited to  making copies, work with kids during computer time or science.  Could also include materials management.  This job is done in the afternoons once a week for an hour.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide  Art 1 The responsibilities for this job include but are not limited to preparing art supplies for weekly projects, clean materials used from the weeks art projects, organize supplies, hang up and take down artwork.  This job is done  once a week for an hour, time TBD.   Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide Primary Spanish 1 The responsibilities for this job include but are not limited to checking in making copies, organizing handouts for homework distribution. While flexible on timing it must be done during school hours and not at home.  Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.   Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.  Needed biweekly.
Classroom Parent Aide Math Specialist 1 The responsibilities for this job include but are not limited to checking in making copies, organizing handouts for homework distribution.  This job is done once a week for an hour time TBD.  Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide Reading Specialist 1 The responsibilities for this job include but are not limited to making copies, organizing handouts for homework distribution, working 1:1 or with small groups of primary students on decodable books and sight words. This job is done in the mornings once a week for an hour. Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide ARC 1 Works closely with ARC Teachers to prep projects, photocopy and help prepare items for ARC students and homeroom.
Classroom Parent Aide Middle School Religion 1 The responsibilities for this job include but are not limited to checking in making copies, organizing handouts for homework distribution. Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide Language Arts/ Social Studies (Middle School) 3 The responsibilities for this job include but are not limited to checking in making copies, organizing handouts for homework distribution. Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide Middle School Math 2 The responsibilities for this job include but are not limited to checking in making copies, organizing handouts for homework distribution. Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide Middle School Art 1 The responsibilities for this job  include but are not limited to preparing art supplies for weekly projects, clean materials used from the weeks art projects, organize supplies, hang up and take down artwork.  This job is done  once a week for an hour, time TBD  Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
Classroom Parent Aide Middle School Music and Drama 1 This person will check in weekly by email with the teachers.  It is determined then  whether you will be coming in for the full hour, picking up materials to work on at home, or if there’s a project that can be emailed to work on from home.   Positions not guaranteed to be during your child’s class.  Volunteers must be up to date in the Safe Environment Program requirements.
CYO
CYO – Athletic Director 1 The Sacred Heart CYO Athletic Director, in collaboration with the Sacred Heart CYO Board, Parish Administration and School Principal, drives athletic programs that are faith-based, build Christian character, and develop athletic skills for all athletes. This position is responsible for providing leadership on all matters directly relating to the development, leadership, and administration of the Sacred Heart CYO athletic organization.
CYO – Basketball Program Coordinator 1 Major responsibilities include but are not limited to:  Primary contact for parents with questions or concerns. Submit applicable paperwork to CYO Central including initial team requests, final team numbers and signed roster information. Recruiting coaches and ensuring proper training and background checks.  Developing and maintaining practice schedule and gym use for practices and game days.  Coordination of basketball equipment and uniforms to distribute to and collect from teams. Communication to coaches to keep them updated on current events, activities, tournaments, Meeting information, etc. Coordinating with our Website/Registration Administrator on communication and posting of registration, fees, and rosters. Coordination of advertising for registration deadlines in “From The Heart” & the parish bulletin.  Coordination of team pictures with vendors.  Communicate Sacred Heart team information to CYO and CYO information/requirements to basketball coaches.  This position is also a member of the Sacred Heart CYO Board and participates in board meetings
CYO – Cross Country Program Coordinator 2 The Cross Country Coordinator is responsible for providing leadership on all matters directly relating to the development, leadership, and administration of the Sacred Heart CYO cross country program.
Major responsibilities include but are not limited to: Primary contact for parents with questions or concerns.  Submit applicable paperwork to CYO Central including initial team requests, final team numbers and signed roster information.  Recruiting coaches and ensuring proper training and background checks.  Communication to parents to keep them updated on meet information. Coordinating with our Website/Registration Administrator on communication and posting of registration, fees, and rosters.  Coordination of team picture.  Communicate Sacred Heart team information to CYO.  Ordering of cross country t-shirts.  Management of the team at the meets – including generating the check in, sheets and labels.   This position is also a member of the Sacred Heart CYO Board and participates in board meetings.
CYO – Soccer Coordinator Grades 1-3 1 The Soccer Coordinator is responsible for providing leadership on all matters directly relating to the development, leadership, and administration of the Sacred Heart CYO soccer program grades 1-3.  Major responsibilities include but are not limited to: Primary contact for parents with questions or concerns.  Submit applicable paperwork to CYO Central including initial team requests, final team numbers and signed roster information.  Recruiting coaches and ensuring proper training and background checks.  Communication to parents to keep them updated on meet information. Coordinating with our Website/Registration Administrator on communication and posting of registration, fees, and rosters.  Coordination of team picture.  Communicate Sacred Heart team information to CYO.  Ordering of cross country t-shirts.  Management of the team at the meets – including generating the check in, sheets and labels.   This position is also a member of the Sacred Heart CYO Board and participates in board meetings.
CYO – Soccer Coordinator Grades 4-8 1 The Soccer Coordinator is responsible for providing leadership on all matters directly relating to the development, leadership, and administration of the Sacred Heart CYO soccer program grades 4-8.  Major responsibilities include but are not limited to:  Primary contact for parents with questions or concerns.  Submit applicable paperwork to CYO Central including initial team requests, final team numbers and signed roster information. Recruiting coaches and ensuring proper training and background checks. Developing and maintaining practice schedule and field use for practices and game days.  Coordination of soccer equipment to distribute to and collect from teams and supplies (portable bathroom for field during season).  Communication to coaches to keep them updated on current events, activities, tournaments, Meeting information, etc.  Coordinating with our Website/Registration. Administrator on communication and posting of registration, fees, and rosters.  Coordination of advertising for registration deadlines in “From The Heart” & the parish bulletin.  Coordination with Uniform Coordinators to distribute uniforms to teams. Coordination of team pictures with vendors. Communicate Sacred Heart team information to CYO and CYO information/requirements to soccer coaches.  o Coordinates with the City of Bellevue Park Department to arrange the use of additional city owned practice fields.This position is also a member of the Sacred Heart CYO Board and participates in board meetings.
CYO – Soccer Uniform Coordinator 1 The Soccer Uniform Coordinator is responsible for maintaining the inventory of soccer uniforms, handling uniform replacements when needed, and managing the distribution and collection of the soccer uniforms to players at the beginning and end of the season.  This position is also a member of the Sacred Heart CYO Board and participates in board meetings
CYO – Treasurer 1 The treasurer is responsible for managing the fiscal budget of the organization including Sacred Heart CYO bank account, taking in funds, paying out expenses, and providing complete cost accounting for all expenses quarterly.  The Treasurer works with each of the sport coordinators to ensure that all equipment, supplies, and uniforms are properly budgeted for and develop a plan for any large expenditures.  This position is also a member of the Sacred Heart CYO Board and participates in board meetings.
CYO – Website, Online Registration Admistrator 1 The Website/ Online Registration Administrator is responsible for the creation and maintenance of our Sacred Heart CYO website which includes program, coaching, and administration information. In addition, this position runs the online sport registration system (working with sport coordinators and the treasurer on payments and timelines).  This position is also a member of the Sacred Heart CYO Board and participates in board meetings.
CYO -Volleyball Program Coordinator 1 The Volleyball Coordinator is responsible for providing leadership on all matters directly relating to the development, leadership, and administration of the Sacred Heart CYO volleyball program.
Major responsibilities include but are not limited to:  Primary contact for parents with questions or concerns.  Submit applicable paperwork to CYO Central including initial team requests, final team numbers and signed roster information.  Recruiting coaches and ensuring proper training and background checks. Developing and maintaining practice schedule and gym use for practices and game days.  Coordination of volleyball equipment to distribute to and collect from teams.  Management of volleyball uniforms – managing the distribution and collection of the volleyball uniforms to players at the beginning and end of the season as well as handling uniform replacements when needed. Communication to coaches to keep them updated on current events, activities, tournaments, Meeting information, etc.  Coordinating with our Website/Registration Administrator on communication and posting of registration, fees, and rosters.  Coordination of advertising for registration deadlines in “From The Heart” & the parish bulletin.  Coordination of team pictures with vendors.  Communicate Sacred Heart team information to CYO and CYO information/requirements to volleyball coaches. This position is also a member of the Sacred Heart CYO Board and participates in board meetings
Community Events/Hospitality
Community Events Coordinator- School Family Dinner 1 All School Family Dinner, September 21st.  Responsible to plan and run this event, including marketing,  décor, volunteers and facility requests.
Community Event Coordinator – Trunk or Treat 1 Trunk or Treat, October 24th, 6pm. Responsible to plan and  run this event, including marketing, volunteers, facility requests.
Community Event Coordinator- Parent/Child Event 1 Parent/Child Evening (TBD), January 11. Responsible to plan and run this event, including marketing, volunteers, décor, facility requests.
Community Event Coordinator – Talent Show 1 Oversee the talent show. No date as of yet. Determine appropriate acts, schedule and oversee rehearsal and day of event. Will work with Britt Boyd.
Community Event Coordinator – Bingo Night 1 Bingo Night, May 10. Responsible to plan and run this event, including marketing, volunteers, décor, prizes, facility requests.
Community Event Coordinator – Grandparents Day 1 Works with Development and staff to plan, organize and staff Grandparents Day.
 Hospitality  Support 6 Volunteers assist Social Hospitality Chair with serving, set-up and clean-up of refreshments at school events.  Everyone will be needed at the Back to School coffee on August 28,  Back to School Nights, September 5 and 6, Grandparent’s Day May 10. May be asked to assist at other special evening events, including Open Houses and Advent Program. This job is responsible for working a minimum of 12 hours.
Community Events Support 8 Volunteers assist Event Coordinators with serving, set up, clean up etc of events including, but are not limited to Auction, (Feb 2), All School Family Dinner (Sept 21), Bingo (May 10), Parent/Child event (Jan 11), Trunk or Treat, (October 24) .  Majority of events are in the evening. This job will be responsible for working a minimum of 12 hours assisting in Community Events.
Parents Club
Parents Club – President 1 Oversees all Parents Club functions, including social and fundraising activities.
Parents Club – President Elect 1 Prepares to assume the role of President
Parents Club – Advisor 1
Parents Club – Fundraising Chair 1 Oversees fundraising efforts and keeps Board informed.
Parents Club – Secretary 1 Prepared minutes of meetings, posts to web, sends meeting reminders.
Parents Club – Treasurer 1 Manages Parent Club finances and produces monthly Board reports.
Service
Service – President 1 A member of Parents Club Executive Board, leads the service program, serves as liaison between school and Parents Club, manages team of Service Coordinators
Service  – Classroom Community Coordinator 1 Assists and coordinates room parent volunteers via routine meetings and communications.
Service  – Healthroom 1 Monitors the activities of the health room and works with the health room staff.  Creates and maintains the health room volunteer schedule and volunteer list.  Develops a substitute list.  Maintain ongoing communication between health room staff and health room volunteers.
Service – Social – Hospitality 1 Organizes food and drinks and schedules volunteers for special school events such as Back to School coffee, Back to School Nights, Ice Cream Social, Open Houses, Advent program, and various other school-sponsored events.
Service – Playground & Lunch Room 1 Trains and schedules playground  and lunchroom volunteers.   Keeps staff-in-charge informed of the volunteer schedule.  Recruits volunteers as needed to fill schedule.  Develops a substitute list.
Other
Other – Lost and Found and Used Uniform Coordinator 2 Organizes and neatly maintains lost and found area in the school  on regular and frequent basis, at least 3 times a week.  Maintains used uniform closet and organizes it monthly sending unusable items to charity. Coordinates used uniform closet sales, including a summer event for new families.
Other – Kindergarten Soccer Coordinator 1 Organize and run soccer program for Pre-K and Kindergarten students.  Practices and games held at SHS on Friday’s against each other.
Other – Yearbook 2 Works closely with the yearbook staff (students) to design, create, produce and sell the school yearbook.  Weekly meetings from September through May.
Other- Bulletin Board Artist 1 Maintains bulletin boards at school entrance with timely colorful displays as needed and directed.
Other -Library – Book Sale Coordinator 2 Helps with set-up and clean-up of the school book sale and assists students and parents with book selection and purchases during the sale. Time required is approximately 2 hours setting up the book sale in advance on a date TBD and working at the sale from  8:30 – 4 p.m. for the next three days (dates TBD).  Book sale is usually in early December.  Will also assist in Young Authors Day.
Other- Buddy Family Coordinator 1 Works with Admissions Director to organize and run the Buddy Program for new families.  This position is a vital link between the school and new families.  Enthusiasm, care and attention to detail required.
Other- Science Fair Coordinator 1 Works with Science Teacher to coordinate all admistrative aspects of the Science Fair.  Including, but not limited to finding judges, coordinating set up and tear down and hospitality for the day.
Other – Camp Islandwood Chaperone (female) 3 Must be available the entire retreat from Tuesday at 8:30am through 3:00pm on Friday. Supervising girls in cabin, boys and girls through daytime activities and meals during the week.
Other – Camp Islandwood Chaperone (male) 3 Must be available the entire retreat from Tuesday at 8:30am through 3:00pm on Friday. Supervising boys in cabin, boys and girls through daytime activities and meals during the week.
Other – Parish Outreach 1 Send out materials to newly baptized infant parishioners, send out school info to newly-registered parishioners with school-age children, write a blurb for the parish bulletin at least every other week about school events.  Work with Parish on creating sign up genius for altar serving schedule.
Other – Field Day 1
Other – FTH 1
Health Room – Vision and Hearing Coordinator 1
Other – Young Author Day 1 Young Authors is a 1 day event occuring in January. Recruits and coordinates volunteers, assists lead teachers in planning and oversees operations of the event.  Oversees book orders, bookmark contest, author lunches/refreshments and publicity.
Other – Photographer 1 Takes photos of School events such as  but not limited to first day of school, advent program, trunk or treat, Bingo night, masses.  Photos should be uploaded to Smug Mug and shared with Amy Davis.