Get Involved Today - Please continue to check back for Volunteer Opportunities
Whether you are new to Gorrie Elementary School or have been here for some time and are looking to volunteer, we welcome your involvement! There are many areas where you can help, including long-term projects, short-term assignments, or even helping in your child's class for 30 minutes. It's your time and we appreciate whatever it is you can give!
In addition to volunteer opportunities on this page, we encourage you to join the Homeroom Parent Network. Each classroom has homeroom parent volunteers that will communicate with you throughout the year about classroom specific volunteer opportunities and needs.
To volunteer, the school must have a completed Y.E.S. form on file. Fill it out today and get involved! Please note that it can take a few days to a week to process.
Event-driven Volunteer Opportunities-
Science Night Co-Chair, Winter/Spring
> Contact Patty Taddei-Allen for more information
Year-round Volunteer Opportunities
Gorrie Grows in partnership with Gorrie Foundation, our new garden on the Gorrie campus, is always in need of volunteers. If you are interested in helping out in any form - from administration to pulling weeds.
> Contact Kristin Burdette for more information
Gorrie Cares, Various service projects will be held after school for our students, grades K-5. This after school program allows our students to give back through a variety of service projects throughout the year. weeds.
> Contact Alaina Mirabal for more information
Gorrie Gear Guru Ongoing position. PTA needs a point-person to oversee Gorrie Gear. Job responsibilities include managing inventory, tracking/filling online orders, and arranging for Gorrie Gear sales at major events during the school year. > Contact Jessica Boksen for more information
Gorrie Giving. Please consider signing up today to give back to our Gorrie community. For roughly $25, you can provide one of our Gorrie families in need with a bag of food supplies to ensure they have nutritious meals over holidays or holiday breaks throughout the year.
> Contact Leila Owens for more information
The library is looking for helpers throughout the year to help students check in and out books, as well as assist with putting the books back on the shelves.
> Contact Brandy Castello for more information.
Did You Know?
Students with involved parents are more likely to:
Earn higher grades and test scores, and enroll in higher-level programs
Be promoted, pass their classes, and earn credits
Attend school regularly
Have better social skills, show improved behavior, and adapt well to school
Graduate and go on to postsecondary education