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    Volunteer Opportunities at Montlake 2016-17

    **Please note that you must complete the Seattle Public Schools Volunteer Application packet and online Adult Sexual Misconduct Prevention training if you have not already done so.**

    For more information, contact Sumathi Raghavan, Volunteer Coordinator, unless otherwise noted. Thanks!
     
    Annual Fund – Hours are flexible with the majority of the work needed in the Fall months through the end of January. Tasks include database help, letter writing, marketing, brochure creation, etc.
    Art Walk/Eat Real – Help Art and Greenhouse teachers with coordination of this all-school food and art festival. June.
    Auction – LOTS of help needed, with tasks including database assistance, set-up, item procurement, decorations, etc. March.
    Auction Art – With the help of our art teacher, assist students in creating classroom art for the auction. Some hours during the school day – can be flexible. The majority of the work takes place in January and February.
    Book Fair – Volunteers needed to help with set-up, sales, clean up, etc. June.
    Carnival – Help needed with a variety of jobs, including set-up, event planning and coordination, etc. June.
    Evergreen Sales – Help coordinate the tree sales via email or show up the day of the sale and assist moving the trees. Early December.
    Field Day – Assist PE Teacher, Mike van Deusen, with managing events during Field Day. June.
    General Volunteer – We will call you as projects/needs arise.
     
    Greenhouse – Help Cheri Bloom, Greenhouse Instructor, with monthly Greenhouse clean-up, fundraising opportunities, etc. Flexible time commitment.
    Harvest Potluck – Help needed with planning, set-up, and clean-up. Late September.
    Husky/Greek Parking – Facilitate the blacktop parking during Husky home games or during the Greek Festival. 90-minute commitment. Fall.
    Library Helpers – Assist Librarian Donna Rueth with shelving, organization, other tasks. Help is needed throughout the year, during school hours, ideally on a regular (weekly, biweekly) basis.
     
    Photographers – Photograph students, events, etc. for yearbook candids, auction, and various other projects. 
     
    School Tours – Give prospective parents tours of the school. Tours traditionally take place mornings in the October and January/February, and last approximately 30-45 minutes.
     
    Staff Appreciation – Coordinate monthly “thank you” events for the staff.  May require coming to school for one morning/afternoon.
    Winter Music Concert – Assist Music Teacher with planning and coordination of holiday music concert. December.
    Yearbook – Help with photos and production of annual school yearbook. 
     
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