VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITES AND OPEN BOARD POSITIONS
2-year term leading the PTAC alongside the current Co-President, Barbara Whidden. Manage the monthly PTAC meetings and work closely with the board members, Principal and other school officials to communicate information regarding the Middle School effectively. Decide on how funds will be distributed to the various organizations and help coordinate certain events throughout the year.
2-year term managing the minutes at the monthly PTAC meetings. Required to attend monthly meetings and create minutes based on the agenda and discussion. Additional optional duties are to assist with board decisions and events if possible. Work closely with the Co-President and Treasurer.
Coordinate effort to beautify designated areas outside the middle school and manage donation of flowers, plantings and the fall and spring clean-ups. The time commitment can be focused in the fall and spring and based on your availability.
Coordinate effort with town newspapers to highlight certain events such as Middle School Play, Geography Night, Family Night and any other worthy event. Does not require an extensive time commitment and based on your availability
6th Grade Directory
Coordinate effort to produce a 6th grade directory. Evaluate best possible method based on the current IT infrastructure in place. Coordinate with the Town IT Manager to determine the best method to obtain the necessary information. Looking for someone organized, creative and efficient. Time commitment would be based on your availability in the late summer and early fall in hopes to have directory complete by the Oct/Nov timeframe.
Chorus / Band Liaison (See more detail below for opportunities this year)
Coordinate volunteers to assist with the Chorus and Band Concerts throughout the year. There are approximately 5 band or chorus concerts a year.
Work with the Drama teacher, Andrea Liacos on coordinating volunteers for the tickets and concessions for the Middle School play
School Supply Coordinator
Evaluate purchasing school supplies through a vendor for a fee per student and subsequently coordinate the effort. Time commitment would primarily be over the summer leading into the school year.
Volunteer Opportunity to Support NAMS Music and BAND!
NAMS Chorus and Band need parent volunteers during concerts to chaperone students who are waiting their turn to perform. 2-3 volunteers are needed for each event from 6:30-8:30 pm. You do not need to have a child in the music program to help. CORIs are required for all school volunteers.
Chorus chaperones supervise students in the music room separate from the performance area. Volunteers with children in the program can rotate to ensure they are in the auditorium during their own child's performance.
Band chaperones supervise student audience members in the auditorium during the performances. Volunteers with children in the program can chaperone during their own child's performance or during one of the other concerts.
ALL PERFORMANCES BEGIN AT 7:00PM
If you are interested, please contact Helen Pickard: firstname.lastname@example.org or (978) 681-9915.