Volunteering at WES provides an opportunity to meet new friends as you get involved with the community. Please take a few moments to complete the form below to indicate your volunteer preferences.

This form has two sections. The first will let us know your specific areas of interest and expertise. The second is an alphabetical listing of many of the volunteer opportunities at WES. This information will be shared with the administration, parent volunteer leadership, and Board of Trustees committee chairs so that they can follow up with you directly.

Please use the space at the end of this form to submit the name(s) of people you feel would be great at a specific volunteer task. Please list the task as well. Each person listed will be asked if they would like to volunteer at the suggested task.

If you have any questions or would like additional information about volunteering, please contact PA President Keeley Snider at kelleen.snider@gmail.com or Claire Henderson, Director of Development at chenderson@w-e-s.org.

Thank you for volunteering your time and talent to WES.

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* 1. Name and Email

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* 2. Spouse/Partner Name and Email

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* 3. Please indicate any areas of interest or expertise that you and/or your spouse/partner wish to share. If you don't see your area of interest listed, please add it to the text box.

  You Spouse/Partner
Building and Grounds
Diversity, Equity, and Justice
Fundraising
Finance
Marketing

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* 4. Admission Parent Ambassador: Support the Office of Admissions during Open Houses and at other times during the admission season.

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* 5. Annual Giving: A team of volunteers working closely with the Development Office raise funds for this important annual campaign.

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* 6. Art Department: Help the art department with various projects throughout the year.

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* 7. Auction Gala: Volunteers from all grade levels come together to work this event which is the social event of the year for adults and raises valuable funds for the school. 

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* 8. BINGO: Help organize, promote, and execute this community-wide activity for the family. 

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* 9. Blue and Gold Party: Work with the Development Office to coordinate and execute this on-campus fall evening social for parents.

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* 10. Book Fair (in December, benefits the WES Library, hosted by Grades 2 & 4): Set-up/clean up. promote event, assist children in selecting books, cashiering/checkout.

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* 11. Box Tops for Education: Help promote and manage the collection of BoxTops and coordinate reimbursement.

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* 12. Community Fitness: Help organize, market, and promote periodic parent and/or family fitness opportunities. such as family hikes or bike rides, classes at area fitness studios, or  fitness classes at WES.

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* 13. Dragon's Den: Help staff the school store from 7:50-8:15 a.m. and occasionally on special days such as the first day of school.

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* 14. Faculty Snack Day: Help coordinate two days (fall and spring) and snacks for the faculty and snack. 

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* 15. Fathers Club: Help organize gatherings such as the family Gold Outing and/or camping, etc. 

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* 16. Founders Day Picnic: (hosted by Kindergarten and Grades 1 & 3): Help with planning, promotion, and site set up/clean up, food, and games for this all-school evening event in late spring. 

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* 17. Gift Wrap: In the fall, work with the program coordinator in marketing and distribution. 

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* 18. Hot Lunch Volunteer: Help caterer serve at the salad and sandwich bars approximately 111 1.m.-12:15 p.m. at either the Grades 2-5 or Grades 6-8 lunch. Volunteers usually work two days per month.

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* 19. Ledo Pizza Nights: Help organize and promote dine-in/carry-out dinner at Ledo Pizza, two consecutive nights in the fall and spring.

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* 20. Library: Help students check out books, help with new book processing, and shelve returned books.

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* 21. New Family Mentor: work with the Office of Admissions in welcoming and guiding new families to WES.

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* 22. Office Help: (labeling, folding, stuffing, sealing, etc. ): Help prepare occasional mailings with the Development Office.

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* 23. Parent Association Representatives (AKA Room Parent): Work with other grade representatives as a liaison between the Parents Association (PA), the school, and teacher. Promote activities that are appropriate for the grade level. Attend Parents Association meetings, help coordinate holiday celebrations, and other class activities. Send monthly emails to class families about upcoming PA, school, and class activities.

  You Spouse/Partner
Nursery
Transition
Kindergarten
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5
Grade 6
Grade 7
Grade 8

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* 24. Parents Council of Washington  Representative: Attend the council meetings and report to the Parents Association. Notify Communications Coordinator of any events to be publicized to the WES community.

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* 25. School Picture Day (in September): Assist photographer by escorting students to and from the session.

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* 26. Science Fair Judge: Parents from all grades with scientific backgrounds are welcome to serve as a judge. Help judge the semi-finals for the annual Science Fair (Grade 6) during the school day.

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* 27. Used Uniforms: Coordinate and promote the Used Uniform Store. Sort inventory and maintain order in the store.

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* 28. Valentines for Grandparents (in winter): Help assemble and prepare cards, envelopes, and photos for each child, to be mailed to grandparents of WES students, both in the US and abroad.

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* 29. Recommended Volunteer: Please use this space to write in the name of someone you feel would be great at a specific volunteer task. Please list the volunteer position as well.

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