There are always wonderful ways to volunteer your time at CT!
Do you have little kids or not a lot of time? That's okay!! We still want your help!!
Current Ways to Volunteer!! Read the description and then click on the Sign-Up Genius Link!!
Lunch/Recess Monitors help the kids in the cafeteria opening items and watch them while outside.
To sign up for L/R Monitor February Dates
Monthly PTO Hospitality Lunch provide items for the teachers during out monthly lunch. November is Chili Luncheon
To sign up for hospitality lunch
Watch Dogs We need dads, grandpas, uncles to serve as Watch Dogs for out school. These men could help in car drop off/pick up, read to classes, and just be a presence at CT!
To sign up to be a Watch Dog
Holiday Store is set up for children to shop for holiday gifts for their families. It takes many hands to assist the kiddos. We will need help restocking as well as helping them shop. To volunteer in the Holiday Store
Library Pals allows volunteers a chance to help in the library. We are in constant need of help since the library sees 300-500+ kids daily. Help check-in and out books, re-shelve, and help in other areas!
To sign up for Library Pals please email Nichole Seay or Heather Bullock
or contact us via the "Contact" Page
October Book Fair: Please volunteer your time to help with our fall book fair. You can assist us in set up or tear down or cashier. It will only take an hour or two of your time and it would be so appreciated. The book fair is Oct 10th-16th. You will receive a 10% discount for helping. We request siblings that are not school age, not be brought when you are volunteering! Thank you!
To help with our Fall Book Fair
Art Pals gets you into the classroom for a bit of fun! Kids love the art lessons that you will teach them. The lessons are already set for you! All you need to do is contact the teacher, grab the lesson and supplies in the Art Pals Room, (located in the cafeteria) and help the kiddos learn! Contact us for questions!
To sign up for ART PALS
State Testing: Be a monitor during testing of 3rd thru 5th grade. See main page for info!