You will now automatically be added to our COPPER RIDGE VOLUNTEER Sign Up Genius List and begin receiving volunteer opportunities via email! Yay!
A Few More VOLUNTEER Opportunities
Site Council Representatives -- YEAR ROUND
Scottsdale Parent Council Representatives -- YEAR ROUND
Back to School Event -- MAY - AUGUST
Parent University Coordinator -- SEPTEMBER - APRIL
5th Grade Moving On Up Party Coordinator -- FEBRUARY - MAY
8th Grade Moving On Up Party Coordinator -- JANUARY - MAY
EduKit Coordinator -- MAY - AUGUST
Welcome Program Coordinator -- YEAR ROUND
APEX Fun Run Organizer -- JANUARY
Field Day Organizer -- FEBRUARY - MARCH
Family Reading Night Coordinator -- JANUARY - FEBRUARY
Fill out your CRS Volunteer Interest Form
Fill out your SUSD Volunteer Interest Form
Please let the front staff at Copper Ridge know that you have completed your SUSD Volunteer Form,
so they can add you to the list of approved individuals on campus.
If you are interested in Volunteering for any of these events,
please email President@CRPTO.com.
Spring Fest- Art, Garden, & Music Night
TIME FRAME: (MARCH)
The Art & Garden Walk is in March each year. It is a chance to showcase the art work of each grade level, projects that the children have worked on in art class, as well as, with Art Masterpiece throughout the year. The projects are displayed throughout the outdoor grounds.
Enjoy entertainment by our Middle School Art program, Choir, Musical Theater, Band, and Strings programs. Purchases in the garden and works of art, as well as food and spirit wear sales are to raise funds for the school. Team Members are needed for planning the event, and many volunteers are needed the day/week of the event to set up and tear down.
Team Responsibilities include: Volunteer Coordination; Marketing/Signage; Art presentation; Classroom Coordination; Vendor selection; Raffle Coordination.
Whether you have an hour, a day, or even more to give- there is a volunteer project for you!
You'll love that you gave one of these awesome volunteer opportunities a try!
Spring Parent Dinner & Auction
TIME FRAME: (NOVEMBER - APRIL)
April hosts our most exciting for all CRS parents and guardians, as well as our CRS teachers and staff. Planning stages can begin as early as November to secure a venue- if not the year prior. Active planning requires a large team to help with decorations, entertainment, invitations, collecting sponsorships and auction items, and all the marketing to get our families excited!
Team Responsibilities include: Choosing the annual event theme, securing venue, creating invitations, organizing decor for the event, coordinating the menu/food and drinks, coordinating set up/tear down, finding an emcee, organizing auction items, and finding sponsorships.
TIME FRAME: (AUGUST - SEPTEMBER)
Our Book Fair is held in September each year and is a magical reading event! The school stage is transformed into a new and exciting themed location for the children to walk through as they hunt for new books.
Volunteers are needed for a variety of to-dos, inluding: planning, crafting, decorating, hanging marketing, organizing books and supplies from Scholastic, set-up/clean up each day for morning donuts, book display set-up/clean-up throughout the week, helping students shop, and tearing it all down when we the event ends.
Teacher & Staff Luncheons
TIME FRAME: (AUGUST-MAY)
A team of awesome parents who organize, decorate, and create themed luncheons spoil our CRS teachers and staff. Events include: Back to School Luncheon, Curriculum Night Dinner, Fall Conferences, Holiday Luncheon, Spring Conferences, and Teacher Appreciation Week Luncheon.
Team Responsibilities include: Choosing luncheon themes, creating invitations, organizing decor for the event, coordinating the menu/food donations/potlucks, and set up/hosting of the luncheons.
To start, simply fill out the Volunteer Interest Form.
You MUST sign up to volunteer EACH school year, so please fill out the Volunteer Interest Form again.
It's as easy as 1, 2, 3!
Complete the CRPTO Volunteer Interest Form online to receive information as volunteer opportunities arise.
*This is not a commitment, simply an invitation to receive information :)*
Health Screening Day
TIME FRAME: (SEPTEMBER)
Health Screening Day is held in September or early October each year. It is a chance for various health volunteers to assist the school nurse with checking the vision and hearing of each of our students.
Still have questions? Not receiving Sign Up Genius emails? Then contact Volunteer@CRPTO.com for more info.
TIME FRAME: (SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER)
Copper Ridge Carnival is a community event that is held in October each year, on the campus playground. The entire school staff, families, and friends are invited to participate. Unlimited ride wristbands are available for all rides. There are carnival rides, bounce houses, carnival games with prizes, a DJ and food/treats.
As a fundraiser, each class is asked to collect donations for a themed basket valued around $250 and these baskets are displayed and raffled at the Carnival. Team Members are needed for planning the event and many volunteers are needed the day of the event.
Team Responsibilities include: Ride and prize vendor selection, Volunteer Coordination, Marketing/Advertisement, Facilities Management, Set-up/Clean Up, Food & Beverage Vendor Coordination.
TIME FRAME: (AUGUST)
Pictures are taken in August each year. A one day event in which each student gets his/her individual picture taken for their ID badges and yearbook photos.
Volunteers are needed to assist with class scheduling, order and payment collection, and assisting photographers with preparing children.
If you are volunteering in the classroom or attending a classroom field trip,
then you must ALSO complete the SUSD Volunteer and Chaperone Application.
TIME FRAME: (SEPTEMBER-MARCH)
A power team of parents organizing 2-3 art projects each year for our K-5th grade students. Art projects will be showcased at our lovely Art, Garden, and Music Night in March.
Team Responsibilities include: Choosing artists to highlight and coordinating projects that are age appropriate for children to complete, purchasing and organizing art supplies, teaching parent volunteers about the 2-3 artist projects that were chosen, set up of projects for Spring Fest in March.