CHURCH CONTACT

Tel: 989-642-8188

2461 N. Raucholz Rd.

Hemlock, MI 48626

karen.clement@stpeterhemlock.org

SCHOOL CONTACT

Tel: 989-642-5659

 

2440 N. Raucholz Rd.

Hemlock, MI 48626

sharon.raasch@stpeterhemlock.org

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PARENT-TEACHER LEAGUE

Committees

The PTL has many committees that are continually in need of volunteers. Parents of our school students are asked to sign up for different volunteer opportunities in our school. More information about each committee can be found below. You can also view them in a printable format by clicking on the button below.

Level 1 Committees

Field Day Committee

  • One-day commitment on Friday, May 31, 2019 from 12:30-2:15

  • Committee members will be given an organized event task sheet about one week prior to the start of Field Day with their activity duties. Parent volunteers help to lead the different Field Day events in this fun afternoon for students in grades K-8.

 

Grandparents Day

  • On Wednesday, November 21, 2018 (3-4 hours)

  • The committee is responsible for setting up on November 20 in the evening and cleaning up after the meal on November 21. They may also be asked to help with preparing the meal.

 

Outdoor Clean-Up Committee

  • 2-3 hours twice during the school year

  • This committee is asked to clean up our playground area and any outdoor areas around the school once or twice during the school year.

 

Paper Truck Committee

  • 2 hours on two Saturday mornings

  • This committee will be in charge of emptying the paper truck two or three times during the school year on a Saturday morning.

 

Health Walk Committee

  • On Wednesday, June 5, 2019 from 1:00-2:30 (2 hours)

  • This committee will assist at our annual health walk with setting up the course, handing out water tallying laps walked by the students, and clean up.

 

Book Fair Committee

  • Sometime during last two weeks of November (4 hours)

  • This committee will run at least one book fair during the school year and will help in setting up, selling books, and cleaning up.

 

Room Parent

  • Throughout the year

  • Please sign up for only one party per child. The person at the top of the list is in charge of calling all other moms on the list to help coordinate a party suited for the occasion. Teachers like a healthy snack, beverage, napkins, plates, 1 activity/game and 1 craft. The teacher will send information out in a flyer or you may have to call the teacher and organize the party with the teacher. Check the directory once they are published for your name under the event.

 

Turkey Trot

  • On Saturday, November 3 (4-6 hours)

  • This committee is responsible for pre-registration on Friday, November 2, in the afternoon and evening. This committee is also responsible for registration before the race, set-up, parking, course help, preparing the snacks, and clean up on the day of the race, November 3.

 

Daddy Daughter Dance

  • 4-6 hours during the winter

  • This committee will help to plan an elegant evening for fathers and daughters. It will take place some time in Jan-March.

 

Mother-Son Game Night

  • 4-6 hours during the spring

  • This committee will organize a fun evening for mothers and sons which will happen in the spring.

Level 2 Committees

Christmas Bazaar

  • On Saturday, December 1, 2018 (two-day commitment Nov. 30-Dec. 1)

  • Chairperson will call the committee and organize the annual bazaar in December. The committee will send out notices to participants, advertise, set up the night before, and clean up after the bazaar.

 

Sawdust Days Float

  • August-September

  • Chairperson will call everyone and choose a date to meet to discuss ideas for the float. The chairperson purchases the supplies (reimbursed by PTL), makes arrangements to have the float pulled in the parade by an individual, gets permit and registration forms from the school to fill out and submit in a timely manner, is the contact for parade information, delegates responsibility and supervises the construction of the float. Committee volunteers (children are welcome to help out) come up with the idea for the float which ties the float theme and our school theme together. The committee constructs the float.

 

Scrip Person/Committee

  • This person (or two people) will organize dates throughout the year to advertise the selling of Scrip, ordering Scrip cards, and distributing Scrip to those that purchased cards.

 

PTL Auction Chairperson/Committee 

  • This chairperson will supervise and organize the event with the committee members and call all the meetings by contacting the committee. The chairperson’s responsibilities include many tasks. This committee will work closely with the chairperson’s directions. The following are some of the duties that will be split into sub-committees: create and distribute flyers, advertise, gather donations, set up the night before, gather theme supplies, clean up after the event, accounting, sell tickets, gather ticket sales, greet at the event, and more. This is one of the PTL’s biggest events of the year and has been very successful in supporting the school with technology, music, and updates.

 

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Committee

  • Throughout the year - at least once/month)

  • This committee will organize ways to show teachers/staff appreciation throughout the year (about once/month or once/quarter) and the teacher/staff appreciation luncheon at the end of the year. The committee is seeking one parent from each grade (one parent can cover more than one grade).

 

Before School Bus Supervision

  • Throughout the year

  • This committee supervises bus riders transferring from their own bus to the bus for St. Peter in the morning from 7:10-7:40 at the Hemlock High School entrance.

 

Chapel Offerings

  • Every Wednesday during the school year

  • This person counts the weekly chapel offerings and logs the amount for each student. At the end of each quarter, totals for each student are tallied for report cards.

 

CEF Stamps

  • Weekly during the school year

  • This person would sell CEF stamps to students each week and keep track of sales. This person would also be in charge of ordering new stamps once or twice each year.

 

Box Tops for Education

  • Throughout the school year

  • This committee will prepare the collected Box Tops to be sent in. The dates on Box Tops need to be checked, points need to be added, and then these need to be sent in periodically throughout the year.