Volunteer Information

There are many ways for parents to get involved at Saint Stephen of Hungary School by volunteering for a Parents’ Association event or committee. Parent volunteers are vital to school events, without your support we would not be able to offer our students a well-rounded educational experience. When you contribute your time to our school, children learn the value of volunteering while you get to know the Saint Stephen community!

If you would like to volunteer for a specific event please e-mail [email protected] or visit https://parentsassociation.online/Volunteer

 

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Halloween Carnival
  • Giving Thanks Lunch
  • Cookies and Cocoa
  • Valentine’s Day Cupcake Decorating
  • Mix It Up Lunch
  • Father/Daughter Dance
  • Mother/Son Event
  • Middle School Dance
  • Eighth Grade Graduation Celebration
  • Book Fair
  • School Supply Ordering
  • Violin/Band Support
  • Kindergarten Graduation
  • Mystery Reader
  • Field Day
  • Development Events (Auction, Golf Outing, etc.)
  • Family Fun Events
  • Grandparents/Special Friends Day Support
  • Parish Support/Family Mass
  • Service
  • Uniform Sale
  • Lost & Found
  • Welcome Committee
  • Teacher Appreciation
  • Family Support

  • Secretary
  • E-Mail/Communications Coordinator
  • Volunteer Sign-Up Coordinator
  • Website/Social Media Coordinator
  • Photography Support

Class Representatives

 

A Class Representative (also known as a class parent) serves as a liaison between the classroom teacher, the parents/guardians of the class and the Parents Association at large. The Class Representative also helps to foster community within their class by having regular interaction with the other parents such as proposing ways to connect such as play dates, coffees/cocktails or other family get-togethers appropriate to the class.

 

Document: Class Representative Roles & Responsibilites

 

 

Open Roles
(click the title to view the role description)

The Events Chair is a member of the PA Executive Board. The PA Executive Board meets every month to discuss current and upcoming events, and the agenda for the parents association meeting on the first Tuesday of every month. It is the Chair’s responsibility to communicate, when needed, with the individual leads that chair events under this arm of the Executive Board and to provide them with information and advice necessary to execute these events

  • Halloween Carnival
  • Giving Thanks Lunch
  • Cookies & Cocoa
  • Valentine’s Day cupcakes
  • Mix-it-Up Lunch
The Finance Chair serves as the Parents Association Treasurer and is
responsible for:
 
  • Developing the budget for the Parents Association
  •  Reviewing the budget with PA president and Head of School for approval and then
    communicating budget with other PA exec committee members
  • Creating a running spreadsheet to record the financial activity for the year
  • Executing all Parents Association disbursements, including expense reimbursements
  • Administering holiday and summer bonus checks and cards for teachers and
    administration
  • Administering cash drawer for book fairs, uniform sales, etc. Act as head cashier
    during these events
  • Executing all PA bank deposits (uniform sales, book sales, etc.)
  • Communicating with school administration for Smart-Tuition deductions and account
    transfers
  • Reconciling bank statements
Monitor lost and found on a monthly basis.  Check items for labels, coordinate return of labeled items and purge unclaimed items.  This role has great flexibility to be managed at the convenience of the parent volunteers’ schedules.
The Family Support lead offers support to SSOH families when they are experiencing an illness or death.  These support services could include coordinating a meal train and school drof off/pick up with other members of the SSOH community.

Find/coordinate volunteers who can attend events at St. Stephen of Hungary and take photos of events.  Review and upload event photos to SmugMug.