PTA CommitteesFundraising CommitteesFun FairFun Fair RaffleWiesbrook Tough TigerGeneral CommitteesBattle of the BooksChess ClubCultural Arts (assemblies)Explore More DayFather-Son NightFifth Grade FinaleFine Arts WeekHead Room ParentsHealth & WellnessHoliday ShoppeHospitalityIce Cream SocialJunor Great BooksLLC Book FairMother Son DancePower PawsReflections ContestRoom ParentsScholarshipSpecial Needs LiasionSpirit Wear SalesStaff AppreciationTiger TrotYearbookBakersClass PartiesFluency ReaderLLC "Bookworms"Reader ParentPicture DayThemed family carnival held at school. Volunteers coordinatedecorations, games, concessions, ticket sales, and othersubcommittees. Volunteers are needed to work on thesecommittees and to work a shift during the Fun Fair.This committee coordinates all aspects of the raffle portionof the Fun Fair.This committee coordinates the fall fundraiser, an obstacle course.4th and 5th grade students read and compete against otherWheaton school at the Wheaton Public Library. Parentvolunteers help with weekly lunchtime study sessions.Parent led club to teach chess techniques and rules. Meetsinformally January through March once a week.Research, schedule and assist with assembiles with staff input.Coordinates a daylong event consisting of mini-sessionsfeaturing careers, sports, arts, hobbies, etc.This is a fun-filled evening for dads and sons.Makes the 5th graders' final year special with activities suchas: year-end party, class t-shirt, and preparing the fifth gradememory book.Enrich art awareness throughout the week with activitesincluding Family Art Night. Volunteers assist Wiesbrookfamily members with art projects at Family Art Night.Coordinate all Room Parents by helping parents sign up to bea Room Parent at the Ice Cream Social. Help Room Parentswith party ideas and supply each class with paper goods foreach party.This is a PTA delegate on a Wiesbrook committee headed byPrincipal and comprised of faculty and staff members. Theyplan and implement postivie changes to enhance student'shealth and fitness. This includes the Vision and Hearingscreening.This is a chance for students and family members to come toWiesbrook to do some holiday shopping. Items are pricedinexpensively (sold at cost). Volunteers help customers pickout, purchase and wrap items.Organize refreshments for Curriculum Night, KindergartenRound Up, Kindergarten Visitation and other meetings.Volunteers send in baked goods for these meetings/events.Organize the Ice Cream Social held at the start of the schoolyear. Volunteers set up and serve ice cream to theWiesbrook community.Lunchtime reading enrichment program for grades 2-5.Introduces students to different forms of literature throughreading and discussion. Volunteers lead small groups for 1hour a week for 8 weeks (January-March).Work with the LLC director to schedule volunteers to set up,work and break down the Book Fair.This is a service group that facilitates work projects andactivities for the kids to do. Each grade level needs avolunteer coordinator, plus parent volunteers during specificactivities.National PTA contest in areas of literature, photography,visual arts and musical composition.Organize class parties, hang artwork for Family Art Night,coordinate and assist with year-end events such as Field Dayand coordinate teacher birthday recognition and end of yeargift.Promote academic recognition across District 200 byrepresenting Wiesbrook on special committee to determinelocal high school winners of PTA scholarships.Provide assistance to parents of children with special needs aswell as increase awareness of special needs.Annual sale of Wiesbrook "spirit wear" (shirts, hats,accessories) held in August and September. Develop newideas for design/products. Take orders at Ice Cream Socialand distribute orders.Organize a week long celebration in May, honoring teachersand staff.Organize this 5K run and 1 mile fun run through theWiesbrook neighborhood, promoting school and communitywellness. Volunteers help keep the race course safe and fun.Compile, edit and organize production of Wiesbrook's annualyearbook (including taking pictures at events thoughoutthe year). Each grade level needs a coordinator and parentphotographers.Additional Ways to VolunteerHospitality is always looking for bakers for events/meetings.Sign up at the Ice Cream Social to help the Room Parents planand run the 3 class parties (Fall Festival, Holiday andValentine's Day)Read with assigned students (grades 2-5).Volunteers who love books help the LLC director with checkin and check out during class times. Also help shelve, repairand organize the books in cooperation with the LLC director.Parent volunteers read one-on-one with students (k-1st)Assist school administration on the day of school picturesand re-takes.
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