Volunteering helps students grow and succeed as they prepare for “Kindness is the New Cool!"
Parents are encouraged to volunteer in a variety of different ways at the school. There are so many opportunities for you to be involved…there is truly something for everyone! Our parent volunteers help daily in the cafeteria, library, and teacher workroom. We have monthly opportunities in Gardens & Grounds, Community Service, Recycling, Ways and Means, or in the Explore Lab. We also could use your help with special events such as the Fall Festival, Turkey Trot, or the Science Fair.
Whether you would like to volunteer an hour a day,
an hour a week,
an hour a month
or an hour a year –
we have a spot for you!
If you have questions about volunteering, please contact our VP Volunteers, Becca Kutz, or contact any PTA Board Member to ask specific questions on ways you can get involved.
Learn about volunteering opportunities by subscribing to our newsletter, visiting the PTA and NFES websites, following our Facebook page, talking to your child’s teachers, and watching for updates on this page throughout the year. You can also volunteer for the following by contacting the designated individuals:
- To volunteer in our cafeteria, please contact Sue Boling or click HERE to register.
- To volunteer in the library, please contact Amy Lawson or click HERE to register.
- Would you like to volunteer but need something with a flexible schedule? Workroom volunteers print, copy, staple, laminate, sort and hole punch. These volunteers provide a valuable resource for our teachers, all with the benefit of a flexible schedule. Volunteers can sign up for once a week, once a month or whatever best fits their schedule. Typical time commitment is 1 - 2 hours per session. Contact Stephanie Denholm to sign-up.
Kindness is the New Cool!!
“Nuckols Farm Elementary is a joyful community of learners dedicated to exemplary academic achievement, care for one another, service to others, and recognition of each person’s unique gifts and contributions. Staff, students, parents, and the community work together to nurture skilled, caring, and passionate leaders for tomorrow.”