Volunteer Opportunities

Each parent is asked to volunteer at least one hour per week for each child that you have attending our school. Many of the services that our students receive are sponsored and/or performed by our parents. The students, faculty and administration depend on our parents and their services. Listed on this page are the many different volunteer opportunities that are available.

 

School Wish List

Front Desk:

Kleenex

Hand Sanitizer

Stapler/Staples  (GREAT NEED FOR THESE ITEMS)

Paperclips

White OutÖ liquid and rolling

Rubber Bands

Coin Wrappers

Postage Stamps

Scissors

Pencil Sharpener (electronic)

Copy Paper

Colored Copy Paper (any colors)

Card Stock  (any color)

Any general office supply (pens, pencils, post its,  glue sticks, etc)

Cases of Bottled Water  

Lunch Program:

Napkins, (Bulk) (any lunch size from Samís Club)

Plastic Spoons (Samís Club sells 600 for $9.99)

Plastic Forks (Samís Club sells 600 for $9.99)

Pot Holders

Kitchen Towels

Measuring Cups

Hand Sanitizer

Bottled Water

Media Center:

Barnes and Noble Gift Cards to fill student book requests

Lysol wipes

Scissors

Magic markers

Colored pencils

staplers and staples

glue sticks

scotch tape refills

Construction paper


 

Committees

Front Office Committee

The front office serves as the face of our school ó these volunteers see students, teachers, administrators, parents, and school visitors on a regular basis. Some of the duties include lunch count, ordering lunch, welcoming visitors, and helping administrators carry out daily tasks.

  • 1st Shift: 7:45am-11:45am
  • 2nd Shift: 11:45am-3:15pm

Hospitality Committee

The Hospitality Committee provides support for the following:

  • Receptions
  • Board Refreshments
  • Special Visitors Luncheon
  • Student Awards Ceremony
  • Appreciation Luncheons
  • Student Conferences

Arts Intercession Committee

This committee provides support to the Arts Intercession program in January.  This program would not be possible without parent support. Volunteers are responsible for:

  • Assisting the Arts Intercession Coordinators
  • Securing items and materials needed for classes
  • Snacks and beverages for instructors

Lunch Committee

The lunch committee sells lunch and snack items to students and staff.  Volunteers assist with setup, cleanup, inventory, restocking and cash deposits.  Flexible schedules allow parents to help one day weekly or every other week.

  • Monday - Thursday   12:00 - 1:45
  • Friday   11:00 - 12:45

Fundraising Committee

The Fundraising Committee provides support to BMC fundraising initiatives in the following ways:

  • Make phone calls
  • Help with mailings
  • Support Spirit Week (1st Semester)
  • Support Spring Celebration (2nd Semester)

Spirit Week and Spring Celebration require many hours of planning and preparation and would not be possible without parent support.

Testing Committee

The Testing Committee provides crucial support in our mastery learning philosophy by:

  • Helping teachers with proctoring and monitoring testing
  • Friday retesting

Prom Committee

The Prom Committee helps plan and decorate for the Prom.

Special Events Committee

The Special Events Committee provides support for a variety of events throughout the school year, including:

  • Designing and sending out invitations for events
  • Set-up and clean up for events

Other Ways to Volunteer

  • Senior Project Volunteers serve as mentors or judges for students 
  • Field Trip Chaperones assist staff members during field trips
  • Live Free Volunteers help monitor a classroom during abstinence instruction
  • Carpooling  Click here for information about carpooling.