If you are interested in volunteering your time by joining one of our many committees, please email
Communications Officer, Tricia Buckley and you will be put in contact with the appropriate committee chair.
This committee researches events available to our students throughout the year such as theater performances or the symphony, organizes a field trip for each grade level and brings cultural programs into the school. Volunteers help organize transportation, collect permission slips and fees, and organize chaperones.
This program provides an opportunity for all students to be exposed to combinations of art and music from different time periods throughout history. Volunteers will be needed for the different sessions presented to the students. All of the necessary materials are provided for each session. The program is done in conjunction with our Art and Music teachers.
Book fairs are held during Curriculum Nights in November and during conferences and the Fine Arts Festival in May. This committee coordinates the book fair delivery with the school Librarian and arranges times for the students to preview and purchase books during the school day.
This is a year-long project to collect box tops from General Mills products and Tyson labels. The labels and Box Tops are redeemed for cash. Volunteers are needed to help collect and clip labels and Box Tops. Everyone participates by turning in their Box Tops & labels!
The bulletin board needs creative, artistic, and organized people to update information in concerning events, activities, announcements, etc., in a timely manner.
Volunteers gather data, organize the materials for print, and distribute the school directories in the fall to school families and staff.
Everybody Counts teaches students about people with disabilities. Several volunteers are needed for each grade level to work with students on various activities. No experience is needed and all materials are provided. The time requirement is 2-3 hours during the week of the program, which usually takes place in February or March.
This committee is comprised of a group of savvy fundraisers who will explore and present ideas to the board about new fundraising opportunities like: Amazon Smiles, Shoparoo, Home Depot, etc. This committee would find the ideas, present them to the board, obtain board approval, and recruit the person(s) to run the fundraiser.
This committee will address needs as they arise for families or school staff in need, such as the birth of a child, the serious illness of a family member, or the injury or death of a family member.
Field Day is held in May at the end of the school year. Volunteers are needed to cook hot dogs and provide fruit, snacks, drinks and desserts for the children, as well as provide set up and clean up. Volunteers also are essential in coordinating the Sign Up Genius for items that need to be donated. This is a powerhouse committee!
Volunteers are needed to set up before and after the event and assist in making it a success!
Grandparents are invited to spend a morning at school with their grandchildren. This event usually occurs in April. Volunteers are needed to plan and serve a continental breakfast, decorate and set up, greet and direct grandparents to classrooms and clean up.
Volunteers are needed to educate students about recycling, help out in the lunchroom to ensure proper “throw away” is occurring and participate in recycling rallies. This is a vital committee which is necessary to promote environmentalism in the school.
The Hospitality Committee is responsible for organizing and serving refreshments for various functions, such as Pizza Night for new families, Curriculum Nights, PTO General Meeting, Open House and every other function that offers food. Volunteers are needed for baking as well as serving.
This is one of PTO’s main fundraisers. Everyone participates by “Loading and Spending”! The committee members organize and facilitate turn in of receipts for incentives.
Volunteers are needed to assist the Librarian in the library. Those with students in grades K-3 will work during class time and those with students in grades 4-8 will work on other tasks during the day. Volunteers are needed to create and post a Sign Up Genius to enable parents who can fulfill these vital roles.
This committee is in charge of collecting, storing and redistributing items found during school events. The committee even takes pictures of “found” items to display on the school Facebook page so that if you “lost something you will be more likely to find it!
Volunteers supervise the lunchroom to ensure proper behavior from the students, help students when needed, and dismiss students for recess. Volunteers also assist with serving food and cleaning tables. Each volunteer serves once a month.
The purpose of this committee is to help new families become familiar with the school. The group provides a variety of services to meet this goal: keeping in touch with new families, revision of the “Survival Guide”, giving tours of the school, and helping with Catholic School’s Week Open House.
Designed to operate similarly to Art Works, this program will introduce students to famous composers and musicians. Volunteers will present to classes on topics prearranged with the school music teacher. Volunteers also create the Sign Up Genius for other parents to participate. You do not have to be musically inclined but merely care about your child’s exposure to music.
This committee will coordinate the annual mulching request, equipment replacement (basketball nets, equipment, etc.), as well as map maintenance and parking lot maintenance (painting only) and new potential playground equipment additions.
This committee is responsible for the press coverage All Saints School receives in the local newspapers. People are needed to organize with teachers to take pictures of special events taking place during the school year and submit them with text to the newspapers. Individuals interested in scrap-booking should also consider this committee.
Volunteers are needed to assist the Librarian with planning, coordinating activities and evaluating success. This event usually occurs in March. Volunteers will create the Sign Up Genius for other parents to be able to become involved in this activity.
Room Parents assist the classroom teachers with holiday activities, phoning parents, and field trips. Duties may vary according to the needs of each grade level. The PTO requires each room parent to solicit volunteers for various functions at school. This committee has sign ups in the fall.
Santa’s Workshop occurs in December and provides students an opportunity to shop for Christmas gifts. Volunteers are needed to help make crafts, help the students shop for items, set up, work during the sale and clean up. This is a favorite All Saints tradition.
This committee provides grade-specific school supply packs for purchase and delivers them directly to your student’s classroom before the start of the school year. Volunteers are needed to distribute school supply boxes in August.
The Shamrock-A-Thon is the PTO’s major fundraiser of the year and raises funds while promoting fitness, health, and well-being. 100% of the proceeds are utilized by All Saints. Volunteers are needed to organize the event, count money on turn-in days, solicit businesses for sponsorships, set up, cheer on students during the event and clean up.
Throughout the year this committee provides gifts and recognition to the staff, teachers, and people who make All Saints what it is. Volunteers assist in coordinating birthday cards, teacher gifts, teacher breakfasts (special occasion) and more.
This committee is in charge of collecting, storing and redistributing school uniforms. The closet is open 4-6 times per year for parents to purchase and/ or donate gently used items that are uniform approved. Announcements are made throughout the school year in the Home Folder detailing when the closet will be open.
Many people are needed to produce a yearbook that celebrates the past school year. Parent volunteers work with Lifetouch to make and collect pictures of our students’ activities, layout and design the yearbook and have fun.