Volunteer Opportunities

This year, the PTSA is focused on Building Community. Part of building community means making sure we reach out to all parents and provide opportunities for you to become engaged in the way you want to engage.

What follows is a list of volunteer opportunities and a brief description of duties. If you have any questions or want to volunteer, please contact PTSA President Kathleen McSweeney.

  • Class of 2017 Liaisons (2): The class of 2017 liaisons will work with the assigned Assistant Principal and Teacher assigned to the Senior class to collect class dues, assist with periodic communication to the families in the class and help in planning end of the year activities.
  • Class of 2018 Liaisons (2): The class of 2018 liaisons will work with the assigned Assistant Principal and Teacher assigned to the Junior class to collect class dues, assist with periodic communication to the families in the class and help in planning end of the year activities.
  • Class of 2019 Liaisons (2): The class of 2019 liaisons will work with the assigned Assistant Principal and Teacher assigned to the Sophomore class to collect class dues, assist with periodic communication to the families in the class and help in planning end of the year activities.
  • Class of 2020 Liaisons (2): The class of 2020 liaisons will work with the assigned Assistant Principal and Teacher assigned to the Freshman class to collect class dues, assist with periodic communication to the families in the class and help in planning end of the year activities.
  • Communications (1): Assist with social media, newsletter creation and distribution.
  • Formals for Five Coordinators (2): Work with your counterparts at Washington-Lee High School to publicize the need for and gather donated male and female formal wear for prom. Coordinate the set-up and clean-up of formal wear “shop” and assist students in making selections.
  • Hispanic Parent Liaisons (2): Work to keep the Hispanic Parent Committee aware of important, upcoming events and serve as a liaison to the PTSA Executive Committee.
  • Membership (1): At beginning of the year, update PTSA membership forms and make sure the English and Spanish forms are ready for the new family information night in late August. Keep a list of PTSA members. Distribute membership forms to teachers and staff. Assess the need to have forms translated into other languages.
  • No Sweat Fundraising Chair (1): Coordinate the publicity for and tracking of this low effort fundraiser for the PTSA.
  • Plant Sale Coordinators (2): Work with former Plant Sale chair to plan and run Spring plant sale.