Volunteer Opportunities

Parent volunteers are vital to the success of our wide range of programs. There are many ways that you can become involved at Spring Hill Elementary School. We encourage you to contact your child’s teacher, the Spring Hill Elementary PTO or by calling the front office at 592-7277. We have opportunities both during the day and after hours as well as tasks that you may be able to do from home. No deed is too small! 

Here’s just a sample of the possible opportunities for volunteering: 

Student and adult gardeningClassroom Volunteer: There are many opportunities to assist teachers with preparation of materials, reading with a small group of children and practicing math facts. 

Library Volunteer: With the volume of books being returned daily to the library, Mrs. Huber can always use assistance in shelving books. 

Field Trips: Many of the field trips taken require additional parent supervision. This is an excellent way to spend time with your child and small group of students while taking in an educational excursion. 

Field Day Volunteer: To make Field Day a success, Mr. Kadera-Redmond will need a number of volunteers to run events. Look for a note in April about the fun volunteer opportunities on Field Day. 

Room Parents: Each year you will have the opportunity to sign up as a room parent. The room parent helps plan and organize class parties as well as serving as a communication contact for the Spring Hill Elementary Parent Teacher Organization. 

Spring Hill Elementary PTO: The Spring Hill Elementary PTO does so much for SHES by providing funding for resources in the classroom, field trips and other opportunities our students may not otherwise get to experience. Additionally, PTO hosts family events, two Scholastic Book Fairs, Teacher Appreciation Week and much, much more! We encourage you to attend the SHES PTO meetings to learn of volunteer opportunities that fit into your schedule.