How can I volunteer at Roslyn?

Roslyn parents have created a vibrant community – more than 100 parents volunteer their time on a regular basis running a health room, enrichment programs, helping with school trips, reading with children etc. By getting involved, you can be part of the learning world of your children. 

If you have time to spare, you can become an invaluable part of school life. In fact, there are so many ways to lend a hand — we could say our volunteer program is almost as eclectic as our enrichment program. And, we’re pretty sure you’ll find it an incredibly rewarding experience, no matter how you choose to give.

Roslyn families are encouraged to volunteer at the library. The volunteers sign up to help in the library through the Roslyn Home and School Association (HandS) that also provides funds for library supplies. The pool of volunteers assists the librarian with shelving and repairing books, processing new books, helping students find their way around the library, and by decorating the library for special holidays and events. If you are interested in volunteering, please ask!

Find Your Calling

An essential part of Roslyn’s vibrant school life comes from the involvement and dedication of our parent volunteers. Volunteering is a fantastic way to get involved with your child’s growth and also inspire a whole school of students. The best part is, there are so many ways to contribute, big and small. Your time is valuable, but the rewards that come from making a tangible contribution to a dynamic and attentive learning environment are invaluable. 

The Roslyn Home and School Association is a great place to start. Led by proactive parents, it offers an inviting and well-structured opportunity for parents to get to know the school and find the best way to make a difference.

Become a Volunteer

• School Library Duty
• Health Room
• Lice Patrol (a great preventative measure)
• Pizza lunch volunteers wanted 

Get involved as a Class Parent: organize holiday parties, outings, picnics, readings, recycling programs, cooking classes, and whatever you can do to help.

Please Note: in keeping with board policy a police check is required for all volunteers.