The Bryant School community warmly welcomes you to explore rewarding volunteer opportunities. Learn when and how to be involved in your student’s classroom. The opportunities are many: reading groups, science, computer, class parties and project prep. Seattle Public Schools new online volunteer application for school volunteers will also be discussed and questions answered.
Beyond the classroom, the Bryant PTSA has many volunteer opportunities to fit the busiest of parent schedules. Parent involvement benefits every student in our school. Room parents are strongly encouraged to attend.
There are two sessions to choose from:
Monday, October 1 from 8-9 a.m. in Bryant LASER
Thursday, October 4 from 6-7 p.m. in the Bryant Library
This evening session will be followed by a Back to Schoo Mixer at Ravenna Brewing Co, where PTSA will supply some light noshes.
The session presenters will be Volunteer Coordinator, Ann Marie Patterson, and PTSA Co-Volunteer Coordinator, Tammy Shorr. If you have any questions, contact Ann Marie Patterson by email or at (206) 252-5220.
Bryant parent volunteers who have direct contact with students such as classroom volunteers, field trip chaperones, volunteers providing support on the Playground and in the Lunchroom; volunteers providing support in the Computer Lab, Library, Running Club, Math Champs, Chess Club, Art Docents, Room Parents, Writer’s Celebration, Field Day, Bryant Blast, Drama and other activities need to complete the following requirements:
- Review the on-line Volunteer Handbook
- Review the Volunteer Policy #5630
- Complete the on-line Adult Sexual Misconduct Prevention course (one time) **(17 minutes) Please forward the SPS confirmation email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Seattle Public Schools Online Volunteer Application New this year, you can fill out your application online, and submit it for multiple different schools at the same time. Non-English speakers can have the form Google-translated online. You will need a digital copy/photo of your valid government issued ID and confirmation of completion of the Adult Sexual Misconduct Prevention course (see item #3). If you prefer, you may provide a paper copy of your valid photo ID to the Bryant office
Learn when and how to be involved in your student’s classroom. Beyond the classroom, Bryant PTSA has many volunteer opportunities to fit the busiest parent schedules. Parent involvement benefits every student in our school. We’ll also discuss the current Seattle Public School volunteer requirements for school volunteers. Email Ann Marie Patterson with questions.
There are usually a couple of opportunities to attend this orientation in October, in both evening and daytime hours. You are also welcome to contact Ann Marie for a personal introduction to volunteering at Bryant.