PTO Committees and Chairs
Leslie McGuire, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiffany Johnson, email@example.com
Wendy Cook, firstname.lastname@example.org
Box Top Counters - This is a great volunteer opportunity to do outside of the school, and after school hours. We need help counting and bagging boxtops to send off to earn money for Sampson.
Box Top Rewards - We also love volunteers to hand out prizes at lunch to top Box Top collectors. This happens every other month during lunches.
Tracy Hunter, email@example.com
BINGO night is such a fun family event in February! This committee will work together to coordinate tickets, food, prizes and more.
Nicole Countryman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Field Day is one of our Stallions favorite days of the year. We need lots of volunteers to make it happen!
There are two shifts of Field Day. K-2nd in the morning, and 3rd-5th after lunch. We need help that day setting up, directing the games, serving snow-cones, and more, but if you aren't available, there are more ways to get involved before the event.
Health and Welfare
Linda Krejbjerg, email@example.com
Our Sampson clinic can see more than 70 students daily, and PTO provides volunteers to work in the clinic with Nurse Alms. Many commit to a weekly or bi-weekly time block, but we also need substitutes available. Clinic Volunteers help students get in and back to class as efficiently as possible. They assist with paperwork, temperature taking and basic first aid.
There is also a 3 day Hearing and Vision screening each Fall. Volunteers are needed, both certified (to assist with the actual screening) and non-certified (to assist with moving the classes through the process smoothly).
Homeroom Parent Coordinator
Lisa Poteet, firstname.lastname@example.org
Homeroom parent responsibilities include: classroom correspondence for teacher, school, and PTO to other parents in the classroom, support of classroom events/parties, schedule weekly Readers in Action, attend Field Day, coordinate teacher gifts, and assist with teacher requests.
Homeroom Parents are selected in the first two weeks of the school year. Note: a parent will only be selected for 1 teacher per year, and must be a PTO member in good standing. Parents can express interest by signing up through Sign Ups on this website, or email Lisa at email@example.com.
5th Grade events/Party
Meghan Gomez, firstname.lastname@example.org
5th graders have an opportunity to participate in several exclusive activities, such as Biztown, Nature Trails, a holiday party, cultural events, a drug resistance program, and much more. They will also have their own Beach Bash party at the end of the year! As the year progresses, we will reach out to parents to volunteer for the various events. Email for more information about how to get involved.
Michele van Almelo, email@example.com
Katie Goldfield, firstname.lastname@example.org
Imagination Garden is a special part of the 3rd grade science program. A green thumb is not required! The garden is always in need of volunteers to care for over a dozen of the beds. Tasks include watering, pruning and weeding. Shifts are only an hour long, and younger siblings are welcome.
In the Spring, volunteers are also needed to assist with special projects like the “Salad Party Day” where students discover the joy of eating fresh veggies from their own garden!
Faith Schuchardt, email@example.com
JA is a volunteer-delivered, K-12 program that empowers young people to own their economic success. It fosters work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and helps young people connect with relevant learning and the importance of staying in school.
Volunteers attend one JA Orientation Meeting (only once, EVER)! Then they pick up the FULLY DEVELOPED kit that has the curriculum written out and all the materials needed. Using these provided materials, present (5) 20-30 minute sessions to a class of students. (Volunteer schedules these with the classroom teacher so it can be flexible with his/her schedule). We are so grateful for the volunteers that allow us to bring this program to Sampson!
Jane Dunn, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicola Speedie, email@example.com
Volunteer responsibilities include assisting our Librarian, Mrs. Maddan, and students on a regularly scheduled weekly basis, and assisting with all Library fundraisers. If a weekly commitment is more than you can be available, we welcome any time you can help us in the Library and with Library activities!
Cassandra Guillory, firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Gr: Macanda Block, email@example.com
3rd Gr: Heather Alexander, firstname.lastname@example.org
5th Gr: Nicole Countryman, email@example.com
As a Music Department Volunteer, duties may include working side by side with Mrs. Applewhite for various classroom needs and especially in preparation for the 1st, 3rd and 5th grade music programs throughout the year. Creative tasks might include collecting supplies to create props, creating backdrops for musical programs and performances, and helping with winter and year-end choir parties.
Amy Farley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ellen Howell, email@example.com
Volunteer responsibilities include managing the School Supply sales in late Spring, and the distribution of the school supplies in August before school starts.
Science Resource Center (SRC)
This little space isn't enough to hold SRC! We welcome all Volunteers to come participate in our science demonstrations. Check out the SRC Info page for all the details.
Ashley Yoakem, firstname.lastname@example.org
K : Shannon Kjol, email@example.com
1st: Andrea Nicholas, firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd: Ashley Yoakem, email@example.com
3rd: Kari Harrison, firstname.lastname@example.org
5th: Faith Schuchardt, email@example.com
Ashley Taylor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Staats, email@example.com
Amber Fasheh, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Spirit Shop is proud to serve our Sampson community of families, students, faculty and staff, by providing spirit wear and other school-supporting products. We set up a booth during the lunch periods 3 times a year, as well as at Meet the Teacher. The Spirit Shop goal is to be an educational, fun and positive experience.
We will need volunteers to work in the Spirit Shop on the following dates:
Aug 22, Oct 11, Dec 13, and Feb 13
Andrea Nicholas, email@example.com
Carolina Terry, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kari Harrison, email@example.com
We love our teachers and staff, and this committee coordinates several lunches and events during the school year to show them our appreciation! We will have sign ups available for ways to contribute to these special treat days and lunches, whether by contributing to the food or contributing your time! This committee also puts together some fun gifts and prizes for Teacher Appreciation week in May.
We've put together some information about how to send in photos for the yearbook and purchase yours! Check out our Yearbook Info page.
Paola Ortiz, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thuvan Nguyen, email@example.com
Elise Hajovsky, firstname.lastname@example.org
Grade Level Photographers
K: Stephanie McNeely, email@example.com
1st: Elise Hajovsky, firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd: Lindsay Fulsher, email@example.com
3rd: Brandy Dykes, firstname.lastname@example.org
4th: Lisa Poteet, email@example.com