Are you looking to be more involved but not sure how?
Hazel Wolf K-8 PTSA wants to make sure every community member knows how to get involved and feels welcome. We are working on making volunteering more accessible to everyone who has time and talents to share.
There are volunteer roles with varying lengths of commitment and different locations (can be done at home or at school). If you don’t see something that fits, let us know what skills you’d like to share, and we’ll let you know when something comes up! Please check back at this page for updates.
The PTSA has volunteer openings to lead and support many programs this school year:
CLASSROOM PARENT REPS: Reps act as the bridge for communication between the teacher/PTSA and parents. Also, the rep helps the teacher organize class parties, supports teacher appreciation efforts and organizes the classroom auction item. If you would like to help out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The following classes still need a rep:
* Second Grade: Mr. Musser, Ms. Dorje
* Fourth Grade: Ms. Holland
* 6th Grade homeroom rep
* 8th Grade homeroom rep
STAFF APPRECIATION COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Join the staff appreciation committee and help create new ideas and organize meals for our wonderful teachers and staff. If you are interested in helping out, please contact Elaine at email@example.com
LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS: Do you have an interest in State and District policy issues affecting our school community? We are looking for folks that can help track issues, share updates and meet to develop some priorities and ideas. With enough interest, the committee has potential to organize a trip for students to attend Lobby Day in Olympia this year. Time commitment is 1-2 hour per month. Please contact Rachel at firstname.lastname@example.org
SMALL FUNDRAISING LEAD: Getting the Wolf Pack together for a good cause by coordinating community fundraisers (e.g. dine-out nights) throughout the school year. If you are interested in or have questions about this role, please contact Kelli at email@example.com.
RECYCLING LEAD: Help save the planet and support our school by taking the lead for our on-going recycling programs (e.g., markers, batteries, corks). This role might also support the E-STEM Coordinator by helping to coordinate other one-time recycling events as needed. Contact Shannon Warner at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or have questions.
READ-A-THON SUPPORT: Support our fall Read-a-thon by helping to collect forms, enter data, and generally support our wonderful librarian/Read-a-thon lead Ms. Fournier! Most of this work will happen during November and early December. Contact Kelli Charboneau at email@example.com if you are interested or have questions.
2020 Auction Volunteers: The Auction Committee is looking for people to fill some critical roles to help make the 2020 auction run smoothly and be a success!
There is information available for how do easily do all of these jobs, as well as people around who have done these jobs before. Contact the Auction Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Event Lead Assistant/Co-chair: Work with Event Lead Oversees all aspects of the auction event including budget, facilities, layout, tech, food & drink, decorations, rentals, and volunteers.
Time commitment: intermittently year-round, but busiest the week of and night of the auction.
Fulfillment & Reconciliation Lead Assistant/Co-Chair: Work with the Fulfillment & Reconciliation Lead to oversee registration, check-in, checkout and reconciliation, admin tech and other administrative issues.
Time commitment: intermittently year-round, busiest night of the auction and the week or two after the auction.
Procurement Lead Assistant/Co-Chair: Work with Procurement Lead to oversee all aspects of item procurement including obtaining physical items and experiences from teachers, parents and the community, class projects, teacher and staff donations, dessert dash, pricing & ordering items, creating all materials for the live and silent auction displays, working with the games leads and working with the auctioneer.
Time commitment: intermittently year-round, a couple hours per week Fall/Winter, busiest the 3-4 weeks prior to the auction. Some work needed night of the auction.
Advertising/Sponsorship Sales: Sell catalog advertising space and sponsorship slots for the night of the auction.
Time commitment: a couple hours per week the 2-4 months prior to the auction. Not needed night of the auction.
Community Procurement Lead: Oversees procurement committee and focuses on increasing value and volume of donated items to the auction.
Time commitment: a couple hours per week Fall/early winter. Completed 3-weeks before the auction. Not needed night of the auction.
Experience Procurement Lead: The experience procurement lead is responsible for making it easy for teachers and parents to donate experiences.
Time commitment: a couple hours per week early winter. Completed 3-weeks before the auction. Not needed night of the auction.
Catalog Lead: Works with procurement lead, description writers, advertising lead and others to produce catalog for event.
Time commitment: A few hours a week or two before the auction. Not needed night of the auction.
Wine Lead: In charge of all aspects of the donated table wine at the auction including collection, pricing, packaging, and table management.
Time commitment: A couple hours per week 3-4 weeks prior to the auction, set up night-of the auction.
Package Coordinator: Work with Procurement lead & item curator to package donated items into packages for the silent & live auction, create and print silent & live auction displays for each item, create bid sheets and prepare them to go to printer for 2-part printing.
Time commitment: A few hours per week for 3-4 weeks prior to the auction, some set up night of the auction.
Raffle Lead: Work with exec team to determine raffle games, file proper gambling commission paperwork, track ticket sales, and manage raffle seller volunteers.
Time commitment: A couple hours total 3-4 weeks prior to the auction, set up night-and be available of the auction until after the raffles are over. A couple hours total after the auction.
Are You Fluent in Another Language?
In an effort to better support our ELL community, the PTSA is making an effort to get as much of our information translated as possible, and we sure could use your help! We are looking to create a group of volunteer translators that will be able to choose from online lists of prioritized documents at will. The four main languages spoken in our program right now are Amharic, Somali, Spanish and Chinese.
Please help us in better supporting and including all of our families in our awesome events and programs!
If you are interested in being a part of this group, please contact our Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator at email@example.com.
See the district page to download documents, the volunteer handbook, and other requirements that need to be completed before you can volunteer in the classroom or as a chaperone.