Samuel Fuller School desires to be a school community in which the servanthood of Christ is modeled for our students and where parents take an active role in the school’s mission. Therefore, it is expected that each SFS family will contribute its time and effort to help meet the needs of the school. This service provides a way for parents to remain more intimately connected to the school community while also helping to keep the tuition cost down. In order to facilitate this community of service, the SFS Board has appointed a service coordinator to oversee and organize our volunteers. Samuel Fuller School parents are expected to reach out to the service coordinator at the start of each school year so they may find ways they can serve the school community. Parent participation will be taken into consideration as part of the re-registration process each year.
Some of the areas in which volunteers are needed include:
- Chapel and lunch room set-up and take-down
- Lunch/recess duty
- Lunch room clean-up
- Classroom aid
- Office/clerical aid
- Field trip chaperone
- Publicity and recruiting
- Special event set-up/clean-up
Mrs. Pat Hamer works tirelessly to help make sure
everything at SFS is running smoothly.
SFS Trail Race volunteers, Mary Brown, Christy Kidney, and Sue Sciascia helping out at our registration table.
SFS Golf Tournament volunteers, Melissa Letendre, Lisa Maury, Dan Cunningham, Casey Cunningham, Kim Frankian, Ray Belleville, Kathy Belleville, and Sara Redder take a short break from their busy tournament-day tasks to pose for a group picture. We are so blessed to have such faithful and dedicated volunteers!