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NHS Volunteer Opportunities
  

Park View High School Tutoring: Volunteers needed to tutor PVHS students.  To volunteer, see Mrs. Dunn in the Counseling Department to get forms and be connected 

 

 

Rolling Ridge Tutoring - The parent liaison at Rolling Ridge has identified five families that are interested in tutoring for their children; there are actually three more families she hasn't heard back from as of yet. These  sessions should take place at the public library or other public location, potentially between 4 - 6 pm.  Suggested sessions of 30-60 minute sessions once or twice a week. More specifics such as grade levels, subjects, and the exact number of students are available once you contact Sue Bradley at Rolling Ridge Elementary School - susan.bradley@lcps.org

 


Creek Clean-up in conjunction with the Sterling Foundation - April 29th (this is a change from the original Earth Day date of 4/22) Over 75 volunteers will be needed to clear paths to the creek/stream to remove garbage and debris. The creek/stream runs from near Guilford ES through Sterling Park and crosses Church Road near Cascades Parkway. More information to follow. Clear your calendars, if possible for the first-ever (recent) NHS group service project! 

  

Here are some upcoming volunteer opportunities to share with your students from the Heritage Farm Museum in Sterling. Unfortunately, we have had several instances where volunteers signed up in advance and did not show up. Students need to be aware that if they "hold a space and do not show" they will be removed from the volunteer list.

 

Heritage Farm Museum:  Kid's Night at the Museum; second Saturday of each month. 4:45pm to 9:30pm Volunteers are needed to help every Kid's Night at the Heritage Farm Museum located on the grounds of Claude Moore Park at 21668 Heritage Farm Lane in Sterling. To volunteer, just sign up through Sign Up Genius http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094aaaaa2da46-kids4 or contact Mrs. Christie Love, Co-Director of the Heritage Farm Museum at 571/258-3800.

 

Heritage Farm Museum:  BUNNY BONANZA: Wednesday, April 12th 9:30am to 2:30pm.  Volunteers help families celebrate spring break! Volunteers are needed to assist kids with crafts and games, gallery and kids area monitoring, customer service and general gallery maintenance. The Museum is located on the grounds of Claude Moore Park at 21668 Heritage Farm Lane in Sterling. To volunteer, just sign up through Sign Up Genius http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094aaaaa2da46-bunny or contact Mrs. Christie Love, Co-Director of the Heritage Farm Museum at 571/258-3800.
 
Heritage Farm Museum:  TRACTORPALOOZA: Saturday, May 6th 9:30am to 4:30pm.  Volunteers help families celebrate all things TRACTOR break! Volunteers are needed to assist kids INSIDE AND OUTSIDE with crafts and games, gallery and kids area monitoring, customer service and general gallery maintenance. The Museum is located on the grounds of Claude Moore Park at 21668 Heritage Farm Lane in Sterling. To volunteer, just sign up through Sign Up Genius http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094aaaaa2da46-tractorpalooza 
Questions? Contact Mrs. Christie Love, Co-Director of the Heritage Farm Museum at 571/258-3800. Please don't hesitate to contact me!


Craft fair at PVHS - March 25th is the craft fair. Help is usually needed with set-up the previous day (3/24) and assistance is needed with vendor load-in and clean-up on March 25th. 

 

PVHS Food Drive Initiative: Bring in 6 non-perishable items (at one time) to earn 60 minutes toward your volunteer hours (up to 5 hours).  Bring Food Pantry items to Mr. Barham in room 204. 

 
Sterling Ruritan:  Thursday nights for Bingo.  Volunteers are needed to help out with Bingo on a weekly basis from 6:30 to 8:30. You will be fed as well!  If interested, please see Mary Hummer in Room 2109.
 
Sterling Public Library: Volunteers are needed to help: Teen Volunteers  
 
GRACE Ministries at Sterling United Methodist Church - every second Saturday morning from 8 AM until before noon and the Friday night prior from 4 until 8 pm help to move, sort, and bag canned goods, sort clothing, and other items for pick-up by families. Translation help on Saturdays starting at 8 AM is also needed.
 

Potato Drop - Over 10,000 pounds of potatoes will be sorted, re-bagged, and distributed to organizations (LINK, Capital Area Food Bank, and more) and individuals in the area on Saturday April 1 at Sterling UMC - 304 E. Church Road. 

 

PBIS Family Game NightWednesday March 15, 2017 – Set-up, running of games/supervision, clean –up help will all be needed. Book Sale will be part of this: 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM   

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PTSA Used Book Sale March 25th 9:30 AM until 4:30 PM – Come as long as you can – limited schedule – sign-up at the March 17th meeting

 

Concessions stand assistance - Spring sports - Park View Patriots Club depends upon parent volunteers to help with our biggest fundraiser of the year - Concessions.  It is the expectation that all Park View Athletic families will support this fundraiser by volunteering in concessions.  You are not expected to work during your player's games. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e4fa5aa2da2ff2-spring1

 
Ringing In Hope: A Salute to Our Troops event (a 5K/10K race and 1K Fun Run/Walk), is presented and hosted by One Loudoun, Miller & Smith, and RPAI, and will take place this Memorial Day (May 29) at One Loudoun in Ashburn, VA. This year’s event will benefit Boulder Crest Retreat. It’s the first privately funded non-profit wellness center for veterans and their families healing from combat-related stress. They provide free, world class, short-duration, high-impact retreats for combat veterans and their families. 

 
The races kick off at 8 am and the Fun Run & Walk will begin at 9:30 am.
 
We are in need of volunteers (age 16 or older) who can assist with the event needs, including setup, tear down, family fun activities, course marshaling, water stations and so forth.  It takes a huge amount of volunteers to put on an event of this magnitude, and we would greatly appreciate it if you could help us spread the words to your respective organizations. We are happy to provide a letter of service that can be counted toward service hours.  The times of service are typically in three hour blocks (most beginning 6 am and ending at noon on race day). 
 
Ringing In Hope Site:  http://www.ringinginhope.com
 
Memorial Day Race Site: http://www.ringinginhope.com/MemorialDay2017.html
 
Volunteer Site: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0544aea828a0fc1-volunteers1
 
 
 
 
 
 

 


 

Last updated: March 12, 2017



 
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