In our mission to partner with parents to provide a Christ-centered education for children, we strive to keep tuition affordable. The King’s Christian Academy is blessed with a multitude of talented and helpful parents who assist us in a number of school events and activities.
Annual Autumn Auction
Our annual fall auction is KCA’s largest fundraiser. Many volunteers are needed in September and October (prior to the event) for soliciting donations, advertising the event, setting up and assisting during the evening.
- Auction Committee
- Set up tables and items
- Help with clean up
- Solicit auction items
The KCA Booster Club helps support our athletic program. Volunteers are needed to help sell spirit wear and food during sports events held at the school.
County Fair Exhibit
Each year, The King’s Christian Academy sets up an exhibit at the County Fair in September. A volunteer is needed to coordinate this project by gathering project from the school that have been collected from students to put on display, labeling these items, taking and arranging these items at the fairground the week of the fair, and picking the items up after the fair is over.
A spring day of work and service to the community
- Volunteer to go with your child’s class
Parents are needed to help judge projects in December for the middle school and in March for the elementary school.
- Room Parent – Parents coordinate special events for the class, communicate with the Director of Development, and coordinate teacher appreciation efforts. Room parents work closely with each teacher or homeroom teacher as needed.
- Parent Reader – Parent who are willing to come in to the classroom to read to the students for up to one hour a week.
- Art Class – Assist children/art teacher with projects (Grade: Kindergarten – 5th grade)
- Computer Class: Assist children/teacher with PC’s (Grades: Kindergarten – 3rd grade)
- PE Class: Assist children/PE teacher with class
Share how businesses operate by volunteering in classrooms presenting Junior Achievement. All materials are provided and the opportunity is approximate time commitment is five hours total. Some parents choose to complete the program by sharing it with students one hour a day, for five days. Others draw it out over five weeks and simply come once a week. The parent volunteer and teacher may discuss what works best for both and set up a schedule.
Open houses are held throughout the school year to provide a time for prospective families and students to tour the school.
- Set up
- Clean up
- Bake cookies
- Give Tours
Volunteers are needed from 8:30 – 9:00 a.m. (before school) and 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. (during lunch) to work in the bookstore assisting students who wish to make purchases.
Box Top for Education and Campbell’s Labels
A Volunteer willing to help collect, count and mail in box tops and labels for redemption.
- Volunteers are needed to work forty-five minute shifts every day between 11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Lunchroom volunteers will help serve hot lunches, sell milk, and help oversee outside play time. Volunteers are needed each day and substitutes are needed in emergencies. Faculty and staff are in charge of lunchroom and maintain order at all times.
- Volunteers are also needed to count and tabulate Hot Lunch Order Forms on Friday mornings from 9:00 – 11:00 am.
Volunteers are needed to help shelve books, check out books, processing books, filing, inventory, etc. No experience is needed and any time slot would be helpful.
- Office Help – Photocopying, collating, filing, typing, stuffing envelopes
- In Touch on Wednesdays – copies, collating, and distribution