Volunteers are essential to the success of The Connection School! That's why we've established the Volunteers In Partnership (VIP) Program!
Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who empowers them all in everyone. (1 Corinthians 12:4-6)
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About the VIP
Volunteers In Partnership (otherwise known as “VIP”) exists to organize and enable productive ways for parents, relatives, and friends of the school to be directly involved in programs and projects that support the mission of the school.
The VIP Chairperson serves as the overall volunteer coordinator of the VIP program. This person offers direction and support to committee chairs and works closely with school administration and faculty liaisons to ensure that the volunteer projects are being carried out successfully and are in support of the school’s mission.
Faculty liaisons work closely with the VIP chairperson, committee chairpersons, and school administration to offer direction and support in carrying out the project of the committees while ensuring that the school’s mission and policies are maintained.
Committee chairpersons organize and coordinate volunteers in a specific committee or for a specific project. Each committee chairperson will work closely with the VIP chairperson and the faculty liaison to successfully carry out their programs or projects in support of the school’s mission.
VIP Committee Descriptions
The following volunteer committees reflect school-wide needs. Specific classroom needs will be communicated separately by the grade-level teachers.
Athletics / Booster Club- Help develop and promote The Connection School’s sports program. Volunteers are needed to coach, referee, investigate local options for team sports, organize events (e.g. athletic banquet, field day), provide snacks, drive carpool, fundraise, and more.
Fundraising Programs- This committee maintains current and organizes new ways to raise money for the school. Fundraising programs include things like spirit nights at local restaurants, product redemption programs such as BoxTops and Lables for Education, rewards programs like grocer and retail loyalty contributions, and other similar programs.
Lunch Service – Volunteers are needed Monday – Thursday from 11:00am -12:30pm to distribute hot lunches for students who purchased them and help tidy up after lunch.
Office Support - Provide support for teachers and administration by making copies, cutting, assembling, filing, running errands, and helping in various other ways as needed. Substitute office volunteers are also needed to work reception
Prayer - Volunteer to pray for students, families, teachers, and the community and coordinate prayer opportunities for others.
School Ambassadors – Helps offer hospitality on behalf of the school for a variety of tasks. This may include thing like writing thank you notes, making phone calls to check in with families, greeting prospective families at Open Houses, coordinating parent social events, etc.
Secondary Class Parents – Help our secondary classes (Grades 6-12) by volunteering to help coordinate social events, offer help with field trips, or help coordinate volunteers for special events such as the Prom, Drama Production, and more.
Facilities – Volunteers are needed to serve in various aspects of keeping up with our campus, such as repairs and improvements, grounds-keeping, routine thorough cleaning and organizing, and generally helping to beautify our campus.
School Special Events – Help in fill the various needs involved in our school-wide special event such as refreshments, set up/tear down, serving during the actual event, and even decorating or securing necessary materials.
Adopt-A-Bear - Provide ways to show appreciation to our wonderful faculty! Adopt a faculty member to coordinate celebrating their birthday, write a note of encouragement or bring a special treat to show your appreciation, or help by coordinating one of the teacher appreciation lunch events or gift-giving programs.