Volunteers are a vital part of our homeschool ministry. One of our main goals is to provide a biblical community with other homeschooled families, creating support and encouragement for our members.
This community happens not only during our class time but also in the extracurricular events we plan. These events are volunteer-run and would not be possible otherwise! Field trips, grade-level meetups, parties, and service opportunities are just some of the functions we hope to put on our calendar this year.
In addition, volunteers allow us to follow the safety protocols our church, and ministry, have implemented to keep our students and instructors safe while on campus. As our paid staff is teaching our classes, volunteers are watching our halls and bathrooms.
We hope this helps our families, both new and returning, understand the importance of fulfilling their volunteer requirements for the year. We only ask each family to give 3 Thursdays for the year. Understandably, our biggest need is on our class day, as those outnumber other events.
For that reason, we will fill our hall monitor spots before opening the additional volunteer opportunities we must ensure all our class days have the necessary hands to run smoothly.
We require each family to serve twice as a Hall Monitor. The other required volunteer spot can be in another area of your choosing.
If you are new to our group and unsure of what the volunteer options are please see the handbook located under the enrichment class tab. There is a brief description of each position in the volunteer section.
Registration for volunteers is on our home page as well, accessed by clicking on the volunteer box mid-page. From there you will be prompted to select your dates for Hall Monitor.
All that we do is designed to serve you and glorify the Lord. I am so thankful for this group and excited to see what this year brings!
Angela Parker and the Homeschool Ministry Team