Lend your time & talents
Lexington appreciates its parent volunteers! Parents are invited to volunteer their time in a variety of areas: Home and School Club positions and committees (fundraising, community events, student and parent support), classroom helpers, art helpers, library helper, and many one-off events. To increase school safety, all parents are asked to sign in in the office when helping in their child's classroom or with a school-wide function. Parents are also asked to wear a visitor's badge designating that they are a helper on campus.
* To volunteer you will need to complete the volunteer application here.
* If you dont have a Covid vaccination record, then a weekly Covid test report can be submitted to Ms Jill at the Lex office.
Year-end carnival with booths, field games, food and fun!
June 2, 2023
Co-Chairs needed. Volunteers needed to run booths and activities, serve lunch, set-up and clean-up.
The MPR becomes a children's book store, with proceeds supporting our library and other HSC programs.
March 6-9, 2023
Chair Needed. Volunteers needed to set up and to work at the sale.
All school math event where kids get to do math games and puzzles. Hosted by Mathnasium and HSC
Chair Needed. Volunteers needed to set up and to work stations
School and Program Help
Parent liaisons in each class who organize class parties and activities, and send out reminders about field trips or other special class activities.
Look out for your room parent's info-packed emails, and help out when they call for volunteers.
Life Lab Parents
Work with your child's class on ecology-based science projects in the garden. Help build and maintain our burgeoning Lex Life Lab program.
1-2 parents per classroom needed.
2-3 projects per year.
Dedicated to promoting green & sustainable programs at Lex.
So many ways to help! Garden, composting, assisting the student Green Team, Beautification Days and more.
A YMCA program that uses children’s literature to build positive relationships, opportunities, values, and skills, known collectively as Developmental Assets.
3 hours per month, including 40-minute training on the selected book (1st Friday of the month), lesson prep, and classroom lesson (arranged with teacher).
Supervise kids during lunchtime, allowing teachers more time for lesson planning and classroom prep that benefits all students.
Help needed Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 12:00-12:50 pm.
Contact Volunteer Coordinator Victoria Lerman with any questions.