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Volunteer Service Opportunities 2019-2020


Please read this section prayerfully, with family discussion, and decide how your family would like to share their talents, gifts, interests and abilities with other families in the Academy. In addition to moms, we encourage dads and older students to volunteer as well. Your family’s contribution and commitment are critical for fulfilling our mission and vision. Please select areas where your family is willing to serve.

 

  • For Members transferring from Celebration Academy, your service should total 8+ credits for this school year.
  • For Members not transferring from Celebration Academy, your service should total 4+ credits for this school year.
  • For Members New to Homeschooling, your service should total 4+ credits for this school year.
  • For Junior Partner Members, your service should total 2+ credits for this school year.

 

If signing up for an Event or Class, you will need to fill out an Event or Class Proposal form when it is sent to you with your Volunteer Commitment Confirmation this summer. Failure to have the details emailed back to the Event or Class Coordinator in one week may result in access to the website being suspended.

 

Below is a Summary Page containing a one-page list with all of the volunteer positions available.

*Please be sure to read the volunteer postition 'description' below the summary page before signing up for a position.

 

 

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Volunteer Service Opportunity Summary Page

      *A line through the item means that volunteering opportunity has been filled.

 

Programs

  • Fundraising-Box Tops/ Amazon Smile
  • Community Service Coordinator
  • School Photographer
  • Theatre Coordinator
  • New Family Introducer/Welcomer

Yearbook Team

  • Director
  • Page Designers (2 needed)

Mom’s Events

  • Mom’s Fellowship Brunch (Sept)
  • Mom’s Thanksgiving Soup Night (Nov)
  • Mom’s Christmas Fellowship Potluck (Dec)
  • Mom’s Valentine’s Party (Feb)
  • Mom’s Teacher Appreciation Dinner 

Family Events

  • Park Days Hostess
  • Back to School BBQ Coordinator
  • Rock & Jump/Lost Worlds Event Coordinator 
  • Ice Skating/Bowling Event Coordinator
  • Outdoor Activities Coordinator (1 needed)

Parent Events

  • Parent Date Nights (1 needed)
  • Curriculum/Open House Night
  • Dad’s Fellowship Paintball Event
  • Father Son Event
  • Mother Daughter Tea Party: (Apr.)
    • RSVP & Food/Performance Coordinator
    • Shopper & Decorator
    • Craft & Activity Planner

Field Trips (6 Needed)

  • Oakland Zoo
  • Fun w/Science (LLNL)
  • Local Store Tour
  • Discovery Museum
  • Livermore City Walking Tour
  • Lundburg Rice Farm

Craft Classes

  • Fall
  • Christmas
  • Valentine’s Day
  • Spring/Easter

Classes, Co-ops, Groups, Clubs

  • On-Going Classes
  • One time Class
  • Guest Teacher
  • Co-Op Coordinator
  • High School Girls Fellowship “Club” Coordinator
  • High School Guys Fellowship “Club” Coordinator
  • Jr. High School Girls fellowship “Club” (God’s Girls”) Coordinator
  • Jr. High School Boys Fellowship “Club” (GFF) Coordinator

End of the Year Family Celebration & Graduation

  • DVD/ Slideshow Producer
  • Clean-up Crew (0 needed)

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Volunteer Service Descriptions

Programs

Fundraising – Box Top’s/Amazon Smile Coordinator/Restaurant Fundraising:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

  • Let members know about all fundraising opportunities including directions on how they can support Verity Academy and how much money has come in to the Academy.
  • Remind members to save and turn in box tops prior to Mom’s Events as well as collecting and mailing in box tops quarterly. Attend the Mom’s and/or Family Events and hand out lollipops for those who turn in Box Tops (to give to the children).
  • Contact and organize 6 local, causal restaurants willing to offer a fundraising day, preferably on a Wednesday during lunch and dinner. All details will need to be communicated to the Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event. Make sure pictures for the yearbook are being taken and uploaded within 2 weeks of the last event.

Community Service Coordinator:

Yearly Volunteering Credit – 8

  • Plan and organize 4 community service projects and/or events for the Academy students to be a part of. All details will need to be communicated to the Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event. Make sure pictures for the yearbook are being taken at the events and uploaded within 2 weeks of the event. Some ideas are:
  • Kids Against Hunger
  • Nursing Home Visit
  • Night to Shine – Tim Tebow’s program that celebrates people with special needs
  • Operation Christmas Child – packing shoeboxes
  • Homeless Care Packing Event

School Photographer:

Yearly Volunteering Credit – 8

  • Plan 1-2 days in September to take school pictures of Verity Academy students. You will be responsible for all communication and sign-ups. Send touched up photos to Academy parents in a timely manner. All details will need to be communicated to the Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event.
  • Be responsible for coordinating a day and location to take pictures in March of our 8th grade and senior graduating students individually and in a group. You may need to do this on 2 separate days. You will be responsible for sending 1-2 individual touched up photos to parents and upload to TreeRing for the yearbook. You will be working with the Graduation Tech Committee while planning this event.

Theater Performance Coordinators:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

  • Select 2-3 events from the family theater calendar for plays through the California Theatre Centre at the Firehouse in Pleasanton. Plan on coordinating seats for our group for the events that you choose (approval from the Board), making payment to the theater, collecting money from attending families, and submitting details to the Event Coordinator for the website announcement. You must attend the plays with the other Academy members.
  • Be responsible for planning fellowship at a nearby park or going out for ice cream/yogurt before or after the play.
  • Contact CYT (Christian Youth Theater) and inquire about school day shows that they may offer throughout the year. Coordinate tickets for the Academy and give details to the Event Coordinator for the website announcement. They *may* offer a school day show in Oct., Feb., and May.
  • The Event Coordinator will give you guidance and budget for planning your event. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.
  • Need to be available to research and coordinate this in July and take RSVP’s and payments in August for Early Bird registration prices.

New Family Introducer/Welcomer:

Yearly Volunteering Credit – 4

  • Open to a parent or high school student who enjoys writing.
  • Create a questionnaire to give to all new families either in person, on the phone, or by e-mail. Engage with them in a friendly, welcoming manner, and ask if you may learn more about their family in order to introduce them to the rest of the school. A Board Member will be available to give contacts and some guidance on questions.
  • Use the information you gather to write an engaging article introducing the new family and give it to a Board Member by the 15th of the month. A new article will need to be written and submitted each month for new members, starting in August.
  • Plan on welcoming 4-6 new families to be completed from August - December.

 

Yearbook Team

Yearbook Director:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

  • The Yearbook Director is responsible for facilitating the layout and assembly of the yearbook.
  • Work closely with Yearbook Page Designers and distribute list of Events/Classes (from Volunteer Coordinator).
  • Decide how many pages each event/class will need and communicate to Page Designers.
  • Check over completed pages—edit, check edge spacing, typos removed.
  • Organize the general layout of the yearbook with front and back of each page in order.
  • E-mail the parent/teacher planning event/class to make sure they upload pictures to TreeRing by set date.
  • Send details on how to upload pictures and purchase yearbooks to the Event Coordinator for website announcement.

Page Designers: (2 needed)

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

  • A Yearbook Page Designer is responsible for creating pages for the Yearbook from pictures taken by parents at events and classes.
  • Will work closely with Yearbook Director to choose school events and/or classes to create pages for.
  • Create yearbook pages for each activity or class. (Yearbook director will let you know how many pages to create)
  • Expect to create 35+ yearbook pages spread throughout the year.

 

Mom’s Events

Back to School Brunch:(Sept.)

Yearly Volunteering Credits - 6

  • Plan a Saturday morning in September for moms to start off the school year with breakfast, fellowship, and support. You must be available during summer to begin planning the details while working with a Board Member.
  • You will be responsible for hosting, collecting supplies needed, cooking a breakfast, providing beverages including coffee, taking RSVP’s and communicating with Academy Member’s.
  • Details will need to be given to Board Member on the 15thof the month prior to the event.
  • A Board Member will give you guidance and the budget for planning your event. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Mom’s Thanksgiving Soup Night:(Nov.)

Yearly Volunteering Credits – 4

  • Plan a Tues. evening in November for moms to spend some time fellowshipping, giving thanks and enjoying soup together in a festively decorated home.
  • You will be responsible for hosting, coordinating a soup potluck, and provide beverages (including decaf coffee).
  • You will be responsible for planning a special time of Thanksgiving games or anything to make the fellowship special and meaningful for the moms.
  • Take RSVP’s and communicate with Academy Member’s.
  • Details will need to be given to Board Member on the 15thof the month prior to the event.
  • A Board Member will give you guidance and the budget for planning your event. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Mom’s Christmas Fellowship Potluck:(Dec.)

Yearly Volunteering Credits – 4

  • Plan a Tues. evening early- mid December for Academy moms to get together for fellowship, ornament exchange, and fun.
  • You will be responsible for hosting and coordinating a potluck dinner and providing beverages including decaf coffee.
  • You will need to coordinate a nice craft (which all the moms could work on), a special time of food and festivities, Christmas games or anything to make the fellowship special and meaningful for the Moms. (Choose one)
  • Take RSVP’s and communicate with Academy Members.
  • Details will need to be given to Board Member on the 15thof November.
  • A Board Member will give you guidance and the budget for planning your event. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Valentine’s T.E.A Hostess:(Feb.)

Yearly Volunteering Credits – 4

  • Plan a Tues. evening in February for Academy moms to get together for fellowship, games, food, and fun.
  • You will be responsible for hosting and providing several sweet and savory snacks, and beverages including decaf coffee.
  • Plan a special time of food and festivities, Valentine games, or anything to make the fellowship special and meaningful for the moms.
  • Details will need to be given to Board Member by the 15thof April.
  • You will give receive guidance and the budget for planning your event. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Mom’s Teacher Appreciation Dinner: (May)

Yearly Volunteering Credits – 6

  • Plan a special time in May of fellowship and dinner for the teaching moms of Verity Academy.
  • You will be responsible for hosting, shopping, gathering all supplies, cooking a full dinner, taking RSVP’s and communicating with Academy Members.
  • Details will need to be given to Board Member by the 15thof April.
  • You will give receive guidance and the budget for planning your event. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 1 week of event.

 

Family Events

Park Day Hostess:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

  • Plan two park days a month for fall (September through November), and spring (March through May) seasons. This will require advance planning to choose a date, time, and park.
  • You will need to arrive on time to meet and greet Verity Academy Families. You may even plan an activity such as a scavenger hunt, games, or “bring your own bubbles”. This is perfect for those with young children who enjoy going to the park.
  • You will be responsible for planning 4 additional Park Days on Wednesdays throughout the year. Plan an organized game or sport to be able to be played by all school age kids. You may ask a high school student to help facilitate the game.
  • Details will need to be given to the Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the start of Park Days.
  • You will receive guidance form the Event Coordinator on times. Plan on having someone take pictures at several park days for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 week of event.
  • You are responsible for finding a replacement hostess if you are unable to attend the scheduled park day.

Back- to -School Family Potluck Coordinator:(Aug.)

Yearly Volunteering Credit – 8

(Sunday, Aug. 25th2019)

  • Be responsible for booking a park to have the Verity Academy’s Back to School Potluck. Please choose a park in Livermore or Pleasanton.
  • Write up all details and give to Event Coordinator by the 15thof July for the website announcement.
  • Taking RSVPs (can use Sign-up Genius), coordinate food items being brought, and send out reminders.
  • Coordinate Academy Members to bring and set up food tables, sunshades, etc.
  • Purchase paper supplies as needed. (Can be reimbursed)
  • Responsible for greeting families as they arrive, instructing where to put food, set up chairs and blankets, and lead in prayer before eating together.
  • Plan & organize games for parents & children such as sack races, two legged race, tug of war, etc. Shop for prizes to hand out for the winners of the games.
  • The Event Coordinator will give you guidance and budget for planning the event. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Lost Worlds/Rock & Jump Event Coordinator (Fall)

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 6

  • Be available to plan Lost Worlds event during the summer months. You will be responsible for putting down a deposit for Verity Academy (will be reimbursed) to secure a Wednesday in October if possible.
  • Begin planning the Rock N Jump event in September. Reserve a Wednesday in Nov. for Academy families to enjoy some indoor excitement, fun, and exercise. Write up all details to give to Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event for website announcement.
  • Be responsible for RSVP’s and communication with Academy Members.
  • Arrive early and stay till the end of both events to make sure that things run smoothly.
  • The Event Coordinator will give you guidance in planning events. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Ice Skating Morning/Bowling Afternoon Event Coordinator: Winter/Spring 

Yearly Volunteering Credit - 6

  • Begin planning the Ice Skating Morning in November. Reserving a Wednesday in January at Tri-Valley Ice.
  • Plan the Bowling Afternoon for a Wednesday in March at Granada Bowl. Write up all details to give to Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event for website announcement.
  • Be responsible for communication with Academy Members for RSVP’s.
  • You must arrive early and stay till the end of both events to make sure that things run smoothly.
  • The Event Coordinator will give you guidance in planning events. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Outdoor Activities Coordinator:

Yearly Volunteering Credit – 8 (2 needed)

  • Plan 4 outdoor activities on Wednesdays throughout the year. All activities should be free or low cost.
  • Write up all details to give to Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event for website announcement.
  • Be responsible for communication with Academy Members for RSVP’s.
  • Plan on being at all 4 outdoor activities.
  • The Event Coordinator will give you guidance in planning events. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.
  • Some ideas:
  • Hike/Walk at Sycamore Grove or Mt. Diablo
  • Day at Beach or Del Valle
  • Pumpkin Patch w/corn maze
  • Day at a farm with u-pick produce
  • Bocce Ball at the Park
  • Game day at a Park
  • Swim Day or Volleyball at LARPD

 

Parent Events

Parents' Date Night:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 2

(2 needed)

  • Plan a “date” night for Academy parents. Ideas for this event include, bocce ball at Campo di Bocce, an Escape Room experience, or any idea that would bring Academy couples together for an evening of fellowship. This event could be held in a member’s home, or at another approved location.
  • Writing up all details to give to Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event for website announcement.
  • Be responsible for communication with Academy Members for RSVP’s.
  • The Event Coordinator will give you guidance in planning events. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Dads Fellowship Paintball Event:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 2

  • Contact American Paintball in Livermore to plan a Saturday in the fall or spring for dads to get together for a fun game of paint ball and fellowship.
  • You will be responsible for taking RSVP’s and communicating with Academy Members.
  • Details will need to be given to Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event.
  • The Event Coordinator will give you guidance and the budget for planning your event. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Father-Son Event: (Oct.)

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 4

  • Begin planning in August for an event for fathers and sons in October. Could be a campout, fishing trip, or some other half-day or longer activity together.
  • Write up all details to give to Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event for website announcement.
  • Be responsible for communication with Academy Members for RSVP’s.
  • The Event Coordinator will give you guidance in planning the event. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Mother-Daughter Tea Party: (Apr.)

Tea Party Helpers:

You will receive direction from Cindi Mackanic the Tea Party Coordinator. You will need to help with one of the following tasks plus help with set up and clean up along with general “hostess” duties the day of the tea. Attending the tea and helping during the event is required.

RSVP, Food & Performance Coordinator:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 2

  • Prepare a list of “tea appropriate” foods, take RSVPs, and keep track of what each guest is bringing. Take sign-ups of girls who would like to share a talent such as playing the piano, reciting a poem, or singing a song and create a program to highlight these talents.

Shopper & Decorator:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 2

  • Shop for supplies, flowers, table decorations and assist with obtaining all needed supplies such as tables, chairs and linens.

Craft Coordinator & Activity Planner:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 2

  • Plan a table topic activity and a mixer activity for the day to keep girls interacting and communication flowing.
  • Plan a craft for the girls, purchase or obtain supplies, and help with the craft the day of the tea.

Curriculum/Open House Night:

Yearly Volunteering Credit – 4

  • Locate a facility for Verity Academy to host the annual Curriculum/Open House Night, to be held in April preferably on a Tuesday evening.
  • Coordinate or provide snacks, beverages (including decaf coffee), nametags, and paper products.
  • Write up all details to give to Event Coordinator by the 15thof March for website announcement.
  • You must arrive early and stay till the end of event to make sure that things run smoothly and facility gets cleaned up, remaining a hostess throughout the event.
  • A Board Member will give you guidance in planning the event.

 

Field Trips

Field Trips for the Whole Family or Mix of Ages: (6 needed)

Yearly Volunteering Credits- 2

  • Plan and coordinate a field trip for Verity Academy families. You will be responsible for communicating all details with Event Coordinator, organize and take sign-ups with Academy members. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.
  • When planning, please do your best to plan the field trip on a Wednesday, looking at the calendar to see what days are available.
  • Ideas, but not limited to:
  • Oakland or SF Zoo
  • Local Store Tour
  • Livermore City Walking Tour
  • Discovery Museum
  • Others

 

Craft Classes

Fall Craft Class:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 4

  • Start planning in August for a fall craft class for students through 5thgrade. Please choose a Wednesday in October or November for your class, remember to look at the calendar when choosing your date so we don’t have overlapping events. You will be responsible for finding a location (church, home or park), choose 3-5 crafts, purchase or obtain supplies, and handle sign-ups. Write up details to give to the Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the class for the website announcement. The Event Coordinator will provide you with guidance and a budget for planning this class. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Christmas Craft Class:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 4

  • Start planning in October for a Christmas craft class for students through 5thgrade. Please choose a Wednesday in December, remember to look at the calendar when choosing your date so we don’t have overlapping events. You will be responsible for finding a location (church, home, or park), choose 3-5 crafts, purchase or obtain supplies and handle sign-ups. Write up details to give to the Event Coordinator by the 15thof the Nov. for the website announcement. The Event Coordinator will provide you with guidance and a budget for planning this class. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Valentines Craft Class:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 4

  • Start planning in December for a Valentine’s craft class for students through 5thgrade. Please choose a Wednesday in February, remember to look at the calendar when choosing your date so we don’t have overlapping events. You will be responsible for finding a location (church, home, or park), choose 3-5 crafts, purchase or obtain supplies, and handle sign-ups. Write up details to give to the Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the class for the website announcement. The Event Coordinator will provide you with guidance and a budget for planning this class. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Spring- Easter Craft Class (Easter is April 12, 2020):

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 4

  • Start planning in February for a spring or Easter craft for students through 5thgrade. Please choose the Wednesday before Easter if possible, but remember to look at the calendar when choosing your date so we don’t have overlapping events. You will be responsible for finding a location (church, home, or park), choose 3-5 crafts, purchase or obtain supplies, and handle sign-ups. Write up details to give to the Event Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the class for the website announcement. The Event Coordinator will provide you with guidance and a budget for planning this class. Please plan on having someone take pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

 

Classes, Co-ops, Groups, and Clubs-

Do you or a family member have a passion or talent such as cooking, gardening, sewing, quilting, auto mechanics, computer skills, photography, graphic design, physical fitness, music, or other hidden talents? Are you crafty and creative? Are you skilled in a subject such as math, literature, science, foreign language or history? Have you ever wanted to do a Bible Study in a group with your student? Do you wish your student could connect more with other students in the Academy?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may want to consider sharing your gifts and talents with the students of Verity Academy by coordinating a class, co-op, club, or group. Every class, co-op, group, or club should be offered to a variety of grade levels, preferably at least four grade levels. Depending on the class, group, or club, more range in grade levels is often workable.

Please read “How to Plan a Class” before signing up for a class, co-op, group, or club. When signing up for a class, co-op, or group/club that isn’t listed, please list a brief title and how many classes or meetings that you plan to organize. You will be contacted by the class coordinator who will send you a Class proposal form for you to fill out with all of the details of the class. She will also give guidance for planning your class. Please feel free to contact the Class Coordinator if you have any questions or need more information.

All classes are subject to approval by the Class Coordinator. Once approved, a class may only be cancelled with permission from the Class Coordinator. Thank you for your cooperation with this policy. Please see positions available below….

 

On Going- Class Teacher:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

  • Plan and teach Academy Students an ongoing class weekly for 4 weeks or longer, or monthly throughout the year. Ideas for classes include but are not limited to book club, public speaking, foreign language, geography, science, crafts, music, P.E., art, Bible Study, writers group, etc. If 12 or more classes planned and taught throughout the year, 2 people working together may receive full credit.

One Time- Class Teacher:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 2

  • Share a gift, talent, or interest by teaching a onetime class on a particular subject. Ideas for classes include but are not limited to gardening, cooking, nutrition, history topic, science topic, golf clinic, Bible Study, specialty craft class, travel, computer or car maintenance.

Guest Teacher:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 2

  • When planning a class with a guest teacher, please keep in mind that Verity Academy prefers teachers who will be sharing or teaching our students from a Biblical, Christian perspective. You may coordinate a class for Academy students involving a guest teacher from the community in their area of expertise, with approval from the Board.

Co-op Coordinator:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

Organize and oversee a co-op group to meet once or twice a month throughout the year. Ideas for co-ops include but are not limited to book/literature club, public speaking, geography, science, crafts, P.E., art, young learners, chess, Bible Study, writers group, etc.

High School Girls Fellowship Club Coordinator:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

Group for Verity Academy high school girls (9th to 12th grade) that meet 4 times throughout the year. This position is also open to a High-School student 10thgrade or above, who will work with parent.

Duties:

  1. Must plan and make all arrangements for each meeting, work with a limited budget, and encourage God-honoring conversation and activity.
  2. Will need to work with the Guys Fellowship Club Coordinator to plan 2 co-ed events.
  3. Will involve hosting some of the time.
  4. Event details will need to be given to the Club Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event.
  5. Please plan on taking pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

 

High School Guys Fellowship Club Coordinator:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

Group for Verity Academy high school guys (9th to 12th grade) that meet 4 times throughout the year. This position is also open to a High-School student 10thgrade or above, who will work with parent.

Duties:

  1. Must plan and make all arrangements for each meeting, work with a limited budget, and encourage God-honoring conversation and activity.
  2. Will need to work with the Girls Fellowship Club Coordinator to plan 2 co-ed events.
  3. Will involve hosting some of the time.
  4. Event details will need to be given to the Club Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event.
  5. Please plan on taking pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

 

Junior High School -Girls Fellowship Club Coordinator (God’s Girls):

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

Group for Verity Academy junior high school girls (6th to 8th grade) that meet a minimum of 4 times throughout the year. Open to a student working with their parent.

Duties:

  1. Must plan and make all arrangements for each meeting, work with a limited budget, and encourage God-honoring conversation and activity.
  2. Will involve hosting some of the time.
  3. Event details will need to be given to the Club Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event.
  4. Please plan on taking pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

Junior High School –Boys Fellowship Club Coordinator (God’s Faithful Followers):

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

Group for Verity Academy junior high school boys (6th to 8th grade) that meet a minimum of 4 times throughout the year. Open to a student working with their parent.

Duties:

  1. Must plan and make all arrangements for each meeting, work with a limited budget, and encourage God-honoring conversation and activity.
  2. Will involve hosting some of the time.
  3. Event details will need to be given to the Club Coordinator by the 15thof the month prior to the event.
  4. Please plan on taking pictures for the yearbook and upload photos within 2 weeks of event.

 

End of the Year-

DVD / Slideshow Producer:

Yearly Volunteering Credit- 8

  • Create a DVD of the 8thgrade graduates set to music to be shown at the end of year celebration and graduation.
  • Create a DVD of the senior graduates set to their Bio’s to be shown at the end of year celebration and graduation.
  • Create a DVD of memories of current year academy events and activities, 15-20 minutes long.

     Duties:

  1. Must have access to equipment and experience to create a 6 to 20 minute picture DVD set to music.
  2. Pictures will be available for creating DVDs in May with a due date of the end of May.
  3. Communicate with the Graduation Tech Committee Team to get all information needed for photos and deadlines.

Graduation Assistant:

Yearly Volunteering Credit – 4 (2 needed)

  • Assist with graduation by being at facility 2 hours before to help with set-up, food prep, & decorations. Do any additional prep necessary during the graduation ceremony, and help with refreshing food and drink during the reception time.
  • Stay after graduation to help with clean up.
  • This is open to a parent or teen not participating in graduation or any additional talent during the graduation.
  • Graduation is typically at the end of May or beginning of June, you will need to be available for whatever date is decided. You should anticipate approx. 6-8hrs. of work.