One of the best ways to enhance your child’s educational experience is to get involved! There are numerous opportunities to help – before, during, or after school as well as in the comfort of your own home. Please see chart below for a long list of volunteer opportunities!
To register, please go to www.cmsvolunteers.com
CMS requires that ALL volunteers register and get approved by the school system in order to be a volunteer at any CMS school. The process is quite simple and takes just a few minutes of your time.
- Please make sure to add Beverly Woods to your volunteer school list.
- Click the new volunteers tab and follow the instructions.
- If you were registered last year, you do not need to register again, but you do need to update your registration each year.
School Volunteer Opportunities
Committee Volunteer Opportunities
Are you interested in volunteering with the PTA this year? Please use this form to indicate your interest. Remember, your selections from prior years do NOT carry over to the current school year. Please refer to the breakdown below for committee descriptions.
To volunteer at Beverly Woods
All volunteer opportunities are now found in ParentSquare. For parents currently registered with ParentSquare, please use this link to submit a volunteer form.
|BEAUTIFICATION: Help maintain and improve the school grounds by participating in campus clean-up days. Volunteer times are usually on the weekends.|
|BINGO NIGHT: Bingo Night is usually held on a Friday night, in the fall, at the school. Help set up event, distribute prizes, sell bingo cards and clean up after the event.|
|BOOK FAIR: Assist with book sales during Fall and Spring book fairs. Both day and evening shifts are available.|
|BOX TOPS / LABELS FOR EDUCATION: Help sort, trim and count the labels and box tops several times a year.|
|BWE BOY’S NIGHT (Mother-Son Night): Help plan, set up, staff and clean up this event for BWE boys.|
|BWE GIRL’S NIGHT/ SWEETHEART DANCE (Father-Daughter Dance): Help plan, decorate, staff and clean up this event for BWE girls.|
|BWE SERVICE LEARNING: Organize and participate in BWE Service Learning projects throughout the year.|
|CHARACTER EDUCATION: Assist with character education initiatives throughout the school-year.|
|CHESS CLUB VOLUNTEER: Assist with chess club meetings on Tuesdays from 7:00 to 7:45 a.m. Chess expertise not required.|
|CULTURAL ARTS: A new committee to BWE! Be a part of highlighting and celebrating different cultures at BWE.|
|DAD’S GROUP: For males who wish to pitch in as needed (moving furniture, directing traffic, handyman jobs, etc.)|
|EOG PROCTOR: Assist with the administration of End Of Grade exams held at the end of May/beginning of June for third through fifth graders.|
|FUN DAY PLANNING VOLUNTEER: Help to plan Fun Day prior to the actual event in May. (Volunteer forms for the actual work stations are sent out later in the year.)|
|HOSPITALITY: Help plan/serve monthly staff appreciation events.|
|INCLUSION WEEK: Assist during Inclusion Week in the planning, set-up, implementation and clean-up of events.|
|MEDIA CENTER: Assist with shelving, checkout, and/or book displays. *From Mrs Manning: Media center will be required to pull and check out books to students during remote learning. Help is desperately needed!*|
|NEWCOMERS COMMITTEE: Assist with Open Houses, School Tours, Beginner’s Day, Party on the Playground. Introduce and be a resource to new families at BWE.|
|SCIENCE FAIR: Help to secure judges for the Science Fair. Assist on the day of the fair by escorting students, entering scores and helping with awards.|
|SPIRIT WEAR: Help sell and distribute BWE spirit wear and merchandise.
SPRING AUCTION: Be a part of our second-largest fundraiser! This committee organizes an in-person and online auction for the BWE community. Community and staff outreach, creativity and organization are the cornerstone characteristics of this community.
STAFF APPRECIATION WEEK: Help plan and attend staff appreciation week events. This is in the spring and is a week-long celebration of the BWE staff.