There are numerous ways to get involved and make a difference with Maple PTSA. We are still in need of people, like you, to help ensure events and programs as well as day to day classroom operations are successful. Volunteering is a great way to meet other Maple parents who are dedicated to the success of our school, children and community.
Any volunteers working in classrooms, chaperoning field trips, or having direct contact with children at Maple during the school day need to complete the following:
Volunteer Application (renew annually)
You will need the following items to complete the online application:
Emergency contact name and phone number.
Two references, including one personal or family reference.
Government issued ID (upload a digital copy or present it to school office staff). [For background check]
Proof of completing the Adult Sexual Misconduct (ASM) Prevention training (See next step below).
At the end of the video you will have an opportunity to enter your information, including email address. Once submitted, an automatic email will be sent to you (previously a certificate) - please save it to attach it to your volunteer application.
For more information on volunteering and other opportunities within the district, click here.
You will find volunteer projects in the "Volunteer Bin" in the main office (ask your front office staff to direct you) for various classroom needs. You can also discuss classroom opportunities directly with your child’s teacher.
Special events and various ongoing volunteer opportunities can also been found at https://www.signupgenius.com/findasignup. Under “Search for a Signup,” simply enter the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. This will allow you to browse current opportunities and sign up to help.
If you don’t have time to volunteer in the classroom but still want to help, email the Volunteer Coordinator, or fill out the form to the right to find other ways you can be involved to support programs and special events for the PTSA.
Thank you from the Volunteer Coordinators!