volunteer training required for all school volunteers
The Colts Neck School District requires that all parents who volunteer in the schools complete an online Volunteer Training session. This is not a PTO policy, and the training applies to ALL who volunteer in the schools--those who are PTO members and those who are not. Non-members who wish to chaperone trips, volunteer for archery, or for other school-run projects will also be required to complete the online training.
All PTO members who wish to volunteer on committees that involve an in-school presence will be required to complete the Volunteer Training session. You can access this online training by clicking on the PARENTS tab on the district's website: www.coltsneckschools.org.
Please take a look at all the activities you can volunteer for below. To get more information, or to volunteer, please email the contact listed under each activity. Thank you for your support!
Volunteers assist the Art teacher to prepare for the school’s Art Exhibit, matting and hanging children's artwork and organizing snacks and drinks for the evening. Art Exhibit is in the spring. Work begins in March/April.
Volunteers help plan and implement our book fair, usually held late November to early December. To volunteer, please contact Lena Nicholson at email@example.com.
Volunteers help organize our annual book swap. Families send in gently used books they no longer need, and students get to take them home to add to their own libraries. To volunteer for CRPS, please contact Kim Kaufman at firstname.lastname@example.org
5K COLOR RUN
Volunteers help organize this fundraiser. This 5K fun run is setup for all ages and abilities and is typically held in the fall or spring. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Volunteers help with our annual flower sale. Volunteers will assist students in choosing plants to bring home for Mother's Day. Chairs will organize the volunteer schedule, create flyers, collect money, and place the flower order. The chair must have availability March-May to work on the event. This event takes place the week before Mother's Day in May. To volunteer contact Melanie Yale at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for chairs and volunteers to organize this event to get more dads participating! This event will take place Spring 2023. Volunteer activities include invitations, sponsorship solicitation, decorating, and more! To chair or volunteer for this event, please contact Danielle Quigley at email@example.com
Volunteers help organize this fundraiser, where our teachers and staff battle on the court against the Harlem Wizards. This event is usually held every 2-4 years, in the fall or winter. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers assist in distributing books to CRPS and CRES classes, collect payments and returned books, and send unused books back to the company. If you are interested in running this fundraiser, please contact Fundraising@coltsneckpto.org.
Volunteers help organize this fun and tasty fundraiser. This massive event is usually held every two to four years, in the spring. Currently, we need chairs to start the process of getting homes listed on a future tour. Volunteers are needed to contribute ideas to this big event! For more information or to volunteer, contact Danielle Quigley at email@example.com.
Volunteers and chairs share ideas and distribute prizes for winners. Chairs organize dates, provide leaderboard updates, and organize a pizza parties for the winning classes. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Kirsten at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers sell various small items to our students. The school store is only open on certain days throughout the year. Chairs purchase store items, organize volunteer schedule, and help with the setup and breakdown of the store. To volunteer, please contact Samantha Amato at email@example.com.
The volunteers will help with the sorting and distribution of apparel. To volunteer, please email Jen Stattel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers assist in the preparation of this major fundraiser. Volunteer activities include invitations, gift solicitation, decorating, basket wrapping, table seating, etc. For more information or to volunteer, please contact Danielle Quigley at email@example.com.
STUDENT ACTIVITIES – GRADES PRE-K THRU 8TH
Dances, movie nights, iPlay, moving up parties... If there’s a special activity for grades Pre-K–8, you can be sure the PTO is sponsoring it. Each grade level has a committee comprised of one or two chairs and several committee members. For more information or to volunteer for an activity for your child's grade, please go to the EVENTS TAB, and click on your grade's event.
On this special day, one student from each school gets the opportunity to run his or her school and one student gets the opportunity to run the whole district. To volunteer, please contact Vanessa Rahman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers organize and run this fun afternoon at Bucks Mills. To volunteer, please contact Justine Buzzetta at email@example.com.
Volunteer parents of seventh grade students plan and execute the 8th grade celebration dance. This is traditionally done by the 7th grade parents as a gift to the 8th graders. To volunteer, please email Joanne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers help collect and sort photos and compile a commemorative slideshow for our 8th grade students. To volunteer, please contact Kim Kaufman at email@example.com.
Volunteers help collect memory pages and graduation well-wishes to compile this book given out at the 8th Grade Graduation. To volunteer, please contact Melanie Yale at firstname.lastname@example.org.