A school-wide fundraiser that involves movies on a big screen, pizza, popcorn and fun for the whole family. Volunteers manage ticket sales, help coordinate food and beverages, and are responsible for the set-up and tear down of the technical equipment.
Retail Therapy Night
An annual event that takes place one evening in late fall at the Hebron House. Requires volunteers to research local vendors, make arrangements for vendors to pay a “table fee” in exchange for selling their products, sell entry tickets and raffle tickets to the community, organize and present raffle prizes, and coordinate the flow of the night (ie directing guests toward vendors, providing refreshments for guests).
Annual Spring Fair
A long-held tradition of Mount Hebron Nursery School, and one of Parent Group’s largest yearly fundraisers. The Spring Fair committee is in charge of booking food and entertainment, enlisting financial sponsors, organizing and presenting the Silent Auction, managing the class projects that are sold the day of the fair, managing the Plant Sale, and delegating responsibilities to parent volunteers and teenage helpers.
Parent Group and the Gala Committee hosts an adults-only, formal night to create the most profitable fundraiser for the school. This team takes on a wide-scale Silent Auction, as well as makes decisions about venue, food, order of events and entertainment. Volunteers are needed for decorations, games, advertisement, and ticket sales.
Teacher Appreciation Week
I think we just consolidate what you said on the separate page you created…something like, the Parent Group spends a week honoring our hard-working staff. Volunteers help provide breakfasts and lunch for the teachers, as well as decorate their meeting spaces and supply thoughtful touches. Room Parents, not the committee, help organize and present the Favorite Things basket to their teachers.