Our “Service in Kind” policy offers each family the opportunity to volunteer it’s time to help with third source funding activities. Service hours that help the school and staff meet student needs are an important component of this third source funding policy. Each family is required to complete a minimum of 20 fundraising service hours. These hours actually make or save our school money. Each family can elect to buy out of their 20-hour service commitment at the rate of $30.00 per hour. This fee must be paid prior to the end of the current school year.
Every chairperson of school fundraisers is required to keep track of all their volunteers’ hours and turn them in to the school office. Reports will be sent to each school family in early February and mid-to-late May, detailing their service hours. Unfulfilled service hour commitments will be billed to school families at the rate of $30.00 per hour before school is finished for the year. Parents are responsible for overseeing a chairperson’s submission and accuracy for the hours they volunteered. The service hour year follows the school year. The application of this policy is under the discretion of the school administrator.
PACKER BOOTH & PORTABLE-Packer Season
Fulfill your service hours by volunteering to work a Packer home game at the SJB Booster Club’s booth & portable by serving beverages to fans in Lambeau Field. While working side by side with others from St. John’s, you will be a part of this season’s football excitement. This is the school’s 2nd largest fundraiser. Thousands of dollars are made each season from the booth & portable to support many different facets of SJB school. Money raised goes towards physical education, music, Spanish, band, prayer group, athletics and much more. Providing a physical education as part of the everyday school curriculum is the Booster Club’s first and foremost objective. All school families are asked to volunteer. Families with a child participating in SJB extracurricular sport programs are responsible for working a minimum of (1) Packer game or a monetary buyout is available as an additional fee beyond the registration fee.
Chairpersons: John and Amanda Hanley 737-2731 Email: Sjb.firstname.lastname@example.org
POPCORN FRIDAYS – On early dismissal days
2-3 Volunteers are needed every other Friday (approximately 8:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.) to pop the popcorn, fill popcorn bags, and deliver to the classrooms. (Eat as much as you like.) All it takes is a couple hours on a Friday morning.
Chairperson: Jill Garfield
Volunteer Spot Link for Signing Up:
MAGAZINE SALE – From September 8th to September 23rd
Volunteers are needed to help get materials ready for students, count and record orders, distribute prizes, and work on advertising.
Turn in days are: Wednesday September 14th & Friday September 23rd
You are also able to order year-round at:
2.) Shop Now
3.) Enter Schools Code Number: 2509941
4.) Register students name for credit
5.) Shop Now
Chairperson: Melissa Warden
FALL HARVEST FESTIVAL – October 20, 2017
Volunteerspot Sign-up: Volunteer
Chairperson: Serena Magnuson
SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR – Fall 2017
Fall= 10/12 – 10/20
The Scholastic book fair comes to school twice a year around parent/teacher conferences. Get a head start on your Christmas and Easter shopping, or just pick up a good book to encourage reading – or even purchase a book for your child’s classroom. Volunteers are needed to assist with set up, running the book fair, cashiering, take down, etc. Shifts are flexible, generally about 2 – 3 hours.
Co–Chairpersons: Rachael Aitkin
Volunteer Spot Sign-up: http://signup.com/go/LTYuumE
YANKEE CANDLE FALL FUNDRAISER – Fall 2017
11/01/17 – 11/16/17
Cristina Pijuan Casis
SPIRIT T-SHIRT DESIGN – April 2018
Every year the 7th graders have an opportunity to leave their legacy with the school by designing the Sprit T-shirts for the following year. Students can purchase these t-shirts and wear them on Fridays instead of their school uniforms. Volunteers are needed to help organize the design contest, promote and accept orders for the t-shirts, and distribute orders. Pre-orders are taken at the end of the school year (for the following school year). T-Shirts are available for sale at the Annual Open House in August.
Chairperson: Joy Abel
The annual auction is a spring event and is the largest fundraiser in terms of volunteers and also revenue for the school. The planning begins in October and runs until the event night, usually March or April. The auction committee consists of several chairperson positions that lead planning or organizing volunteers, team support positions and one time helpers. Volunteer opportunities range in terms of commitment hours, length of project, timing of project or service and where service occurs. Volunteer needs range from planning, donations, data entry, pick-up runners, marketing, class projects, set up and decorations and take down. There are always ways to help and get involved in this great event and your help is needed!
Chairperson: Robyn Wright: email@example.com
Volunteer Spot Sign-Up: Sign Up
RUN FOR IT –
A great opportunity to get outside and exercise! Students secure donations and run ¼ mile laps for 20 minutes in the spring to raise money for SJB. Volunteers needed to help track students’ lap count and set up track. Fun way to encourage the students and get your service hours!
Chairperson: Carrie Tedtman
SPRING PLANT SALE & BAKE/BRAT SALE –
Beautify your porch and yard – even get those tomatoes for the season (maybe even a gift certificate to give to your hard-to-gift mothers!) Volunteers are needed to help collect and distribute plant orders, recruit SJB’s finest bakers to donate their goods, collect money, and other activities.
Chairpersons: Jennifer Weslow & Barb Weslow
GOLF OUTING –June
Golfing at Thornberry creates a great opportunity to gather a foursome of golf buddies to raise money for SJB.
Chairperson: Jeff Lohmeier
PLAYGROUND SUPERVISOR -Year Round
Help is needed supervising SJB students on the playground during recess.
RECYCLE PROGRAMS – Year-round as needed
SJB participates in many recycle programs. So don’t forget to save your soup labels and box tops! You use these products every day. Don’t throw them away – turn them in to earn money for St. John’s!
- Box Tops – Krista Murphy