PTO Board 2023-24
The F/R PTO is currently fully staffed for the 2023-2024 school year. Any parent is always welcome to attend the meetings or volunteer on committees. Meetings are on the calendar. If you have any questions or think that you might be interested in taking on a role for the 2024-2025 school year, check out the board positions descriptions and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
|More Info / Sign-up
|Randall Popcorn Poppers
|Help pop popcorn for Randall students and staff on Friday mornings
|2 volunteers from 7:30-9:30 AM every Friday
|Popcorn Fridays Sign-up
Our teachers and staff work hard to make Franklin a great community and this is one way to show our support! Staff snacks can be dropped off on Wednesdays at the Franklin office in the morning or during morning drop-off. Examples would be apples, pears, grapes, tangerines, bagels, cheese and crackers, veggies and hummus, muffins, cookies, or doughnuts. Anything you think your teacher would enjoy.
Randall Staff Snacks
Please consider providing a snack for the Randall staff space. Our teachers and staff work really hard to create a great community at Randall. This is one way to show our support! Staff snacks can be dropped off at any time at the main entrance, 1802 Regent Street. Examples would be fruit, bagels, cheese and crackers, veggies and hummus, muffins, cookies, or doughnuts. Anything you think your teacher would enjoy.
If you are interested in volunteering in any of the below areas, please send an email to email@example.com.
- Fundraising Committee – help with annual Fall Fundraiser Oct – Dec
- Grants Program
- Community Engagement
- Glow Ball
- Franklin Playground Committee
- End of year picnic
- 3 community meetings a year
- Glow Ball
- Kindergarten playground meetups
- Movie nights
- Staff appreciation week & other times
- Franklin Flash Dash
- Randall Raccoon Rally
Volunteering at Franklin or Randall
Volunteers help our school community achieve great things! If you’re interested in chaperoning field trips, volunteering in your child’s classroom, supervising recess or helping out at your child’s school, you will need to receive MMSD volunteer approval. All volunteers must complete the district required process (background check and trainings) before beginning to volunteer. You can review the steps and begin this process at MMSD’s Volunteer page.
If you are interested in volunteering at Franklin this year, please complete this Google Form indicating what ways you would like to be involved. Examples of volunteer duties: re-shelving books, before/after school, recess supervision, library support, tutors. A new opportunity this year will be to support emergent readers throughout the building in developing their early literacy skills.
If you are interested in volunteering at Randall this year, please complete this Google Form indicating what ways you would like to be involved. Examples of volunteer duties: popping popcorn, helping during school pictures, library support.