Dear Parents:

Volunteering is a great way to meet other parents, foster community, and help the School. We encourage all families to volunteer throughout the year in some capacity. Whether you bake brownies for a reception or help organize that reception, volunteer with the Booster Club or the PVA, we sincerely appreciate all of our volunteers and every contribution that is made to Mill Springs Academy.

In an effort to coordinate the School's volunteer activities, we ask that you take a few moments to complete the Volunteer Opportunity form below. As you fill out the form, please check the area(s) in which you would like to help. (Don't forget to click submit after you have finished.)

Your information will be shared with the respective committee chairs and they will contact you about upcoming meetings/events. Thank you for your participation.

If you would like to contact any of the chairs directly, below are their email addresses to facilitate that:

From time to time the Library and Fine Arts department need volunteers, contact those groups directly to volunteer your services. The Library usually has opportunities for students to earn service hours and usually needs adult help during the book fair week in November. Fine Arts will ask for volunteers in other ways.



Booster Club Opportunities

Locate and schedule individuals to sell concessions at basketball, baseball, track, and volleyball home events.​​​
We will need ticket takers, general crowd control, and snack sales help.​​
One Friday a Month​ pizza will need to be delivered.​
The Booster Club will need help fulfilling orders and taking inventory of the spirit wear.​​
Sports Representative - Each sport's parent representative is the primary communication coordinator (working with Taniah Jones) for team snacks, concessions duty, etc.​​​​

PVA Opportunities

Making the campus warm and inviting by tending to the flowers at the front entrance and flowers in the flower pots. Coordinate/attend Beautification Day to plant and care for new plants. Time Commitment: 3-4 hours on the day of​​
Help serve lunch to the students on Mondays, volunteer to serve once a month or more often, as little or as often as you would like. You could be the snack parent in your child's school. Time commitment: 2 hours each Monday​​​​
There are two faculty luncheons (December & April). Individuals are needed to handle catering, setting up, cleaning up, and serving.​
We may need individuals to help with set up, clean up, decorating, procuring food, and a myriad of other things.​ This event is enjoyed by both parents and students.​
Box Tops for Education, Publix and Kroger Partners in Education, and Ink Cartridge Recycling with the Greenbacks program and Goodsearch.com. Processing of the materials when they are received​
The first week in December and is an event that allows students to shop for holiday gift giving. We will need individuals that can provide "shopping assistance" to students.​
They send out a mailer and reminders for contributions to the parents. So individuals are needed as envelope stuffers, to keep up with the donations, prepare gift envelopes, and deliver them. This takes place twice a year (December & May).​​​
Working with the principal, parents and PVA as a parent liaison, to build stronger family-school partnerships for the school. Helps with two-way communication between parents and principal. Collaborates with the principal to identify how parents can assist with school activities. Recruits parents and delegates volunteer assignments for school and PVA events. Helps promote PVA goals, membership and activities.​
The Shop is open on Tuesday and Friday from 8-9am. Collecting donated items. Washing and organizing can happen at anytime during the school week. Sorting, pricing and selling the used uniforms. Time Commitment: 1 hour or more​​
This is the PVA's signature event for the school year. It is certain to be fun! ​