Early Birds (Everyday Monday thru Friday)
One day a week, come to school by 7:20 a.m. and stay until the children have gone to class at 8:20 a.m.. You'll greet arriving students, and you'll help to keep them safe and the carpool line running smoothly. Supervise their outdoor play in fair weather. When there's rain or extreme cold; keep them company in the cafeteria. If you fulfill your commitment for the entire year, you will earn 60 hours.
Contact Person: Juan Herrera
Lunchroom/Playground (Everyday Monday thru Friday)
If you can be at school from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., join a lunchroom team that serves every other week. You will supervise and assist the students during lunch and recess, so be prepared to be outside. If you fulfill your commitment for the entire school year, you will earn 60 hours.
Contact Person: Carol Forman and Margarita Lopez
If you can be at school from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and/or Friday, serving hot lunch is a great way to be a part of your child)ren)'s school life. Your job won't involve cooking -- you'll be serving meals prepared by an outside caterer. Your shift will be one day every other week, or add your name to the substitute list and you'll be called only when a need arise.
Contact Person: Call the School Office
Come in one day a week, 8:30 – 11:00 a.m. You'll be dealing with small emergencies and accidents that have taken place -----applying ice, Band-Aids, and a lot of TLC. If you have no previous first-aid experience, don't worry, a registered nurse will conduct a training session for you at school.
Contact Person: Nurse Beckie
Depending on teachers' needs, volunteer aides are sometimes enlisted to help with art, P.E., and computer education as well as small group help for special projects. Pre-K can use volunteers daily at drop off (Early Birds), lunch and recess.
Contact Person: Maria-Rose Cain
Help with routine filing and cataloguing in the library during the school day. You can be scheduled for a weekly time slot, as brief as one hour or as long as three, depending on your preference and library needs.
Contact Person: Maria-Rose Cain
Occasional needs arise for one-time or short term maintenance tasks around the buildings and grounds. Let us know if you have expertise in painting, carpentry, plumbing, electrical work or grounds keeping.
Contact Person: Victor Lopez
Bingo (Every Friday Night, All Year-Round)
Friday-night Bingo is a year-round event –a steady, significant source of funds for the school and fun for the players.
As a cashier, caller, floor worker, food server, or kitchen worker, you can help the players enjoy their evening out.
Workers arrive around 5.30 p.m. to set up, and generally stay until about 11:00 p.m..
(Don’t worry about missing dinner–you can get a good sandwich from the kitchen during a lull in the action).
Workers are assigned to rotating teams, your turn will come up every six weeks, Because teamwork and team reliability are so crucial to the success of Bingo,
faithful Bingo team members who work all their turns in the year (July 1 to June 30) are credited with 60 hours (although the actual total is less).
Contact Person: Walter Peralta
Fall Festival (October 6, 2012)
This is an old-fashioned school carnival/festival. There will be games, prizes, raffles and so much more. Get involved in this fun event by helping in the planning stages and assisting the day of the event. Volunteers needed: 20 or more parents
Contact Person: Sherri Antonetti
Catholic Schools' Week (January 28-February 1, 2013)
Parents are needed to help during the various events for set up and clean up. Parents will coordinate with school staff on this event. Volunteers needed: 10 parents.
Contact Person: Maria McClure
Saint Patrick's Dance and Auction (March 16, 2013)
Help in the school's biggest fun event. Planning starts in January. Parents need to solicit donations for silent auction and
work on menu/auction planning. Help is also needed the day before and day of the event to help with setup. Volunteers needed: 20 or more parents.
Contact Person: Ellen Zsebedics
Yard Sale (May 2013)
Parents are needed to price and organize the donations as well as helping that day with setup, during the sale, and clean-up.
Contact Person: Jennifer Del Valle
Golf Tournament (May 2013)
Golf tournament fundraiser held at local golf course. Help coordinators to sell advertising, work at the tournament, publicize in local publications and Catholic Standard. Volunteers needed: 10 or more parents
Contact Person: Rob McMillin
Development Committee (Ongoing)
Organizes the Annual Appeal for the St. Martin's Endowment Fund, works on being added to the CFC and
United Way campaigns, and improving/maintaining public relations with submissions to the Parish Times and
production of the DeTours newsletter for alumni. Additionally, members have written and won grants for field trips,
school materials, and free classes (such as D.A.R.E. and karate).
Contact Person: Lisa Schuler and Catherine Cooksey