Job Descriptions for Areas of Service

Morning Check-in

About 6 times per year from 8:30-9:30 a.m.

The morning Check-in is responsible for:

  1. Setting up for the large group time at the beginning of the day,
  2. Monitoring students as they arrive in the Dining Hall,
  3. Cleaning up and putting away games,
  4. Setting out lunches after the students dismiss to class.

Lunch room Monitor

About 6 times per year from 11:40 a.m. - 12:40 p.m. (With special events, the times will occasionally change.)

The Lunchroom Monitor & Clean-up is responsible for:

  1. Monitoring students as they have lunch,
  2. Managing the student volunteers as they clean up the tables, chairs and floors (and perhaps repeating a step or two after they leave for recess),
  3. Taking out the garbage and recycling from the lunch room and kitchen. 

Science Fair Team

Friday evening in February. Your family will still be able to participate in the Science, if desired

The Science Fair Team is responsible for:

  1. Setting up the tables, chairs & sound system for Science Fair,
  2. Tearing down after tables and chairs,
  3. Cleaning up after the Science Fair

Art Show Team

Friday afternoon and/or Saturday morning of Art Show weekend in May.

The Art Show Team is responsible for:

  1. Assisting the art faculty in setting up and displaying the art for the event.

This can range from hanging items on walls to setting up displays to placing items on tables, all under the direction of our talented Art faculty.


Living Wax Museum Team

Friday evening on the Living Wax Museum weekend.

The Living Wax Museum Team will be responsible for:

  1. Setting up display areas and signs for the event,
  2. Monitoring the flow of "museum patrons" from exhibit hall to exhibit hall,
  3. Assisting families as they set up and tear down their exhibits throughout the night.

Play Double Duty

See description about timing.

People doing Play Double Duty combine their regular service opportunity (6 hrs) and play service (5-10 hrs) into one BIG service opportunity.  Those who agree to serve in a leadership role for the play will generally need to invest more than the minimum 11 hours. Responsibilities can be spread over the span of several months starting in the summer or fall which makes it less burdensome than it may at first appear...though there will always be a final push heading into Play Season (Jan-Mar).  Areas of expertise include set building and painting, costumes, props management, box office, stage management, hair & make-up, and volunteer coordination. 

If you select more of a team role, assignments will be made on an as-needed basis, won't involve leadership in any specific area, and could be requested at any time, but particularly in the weeks leading up to Play Week and, especially, during Play Week itself.


Community Life Support Team

Time commitments are tied to the specific events.

The Community Life Support Team involves support of community life activities and special events, which include, but are not limited to:

  1. Fall Picnic
  2. Prayer Clusters
  3. Feed My Starving Children
  4. Skate Night
  5. Year-end Celebrations
  6. Staff Appreciation Events, etc. 

Pizza Party Team

Up to two weeks per year, up to four days (Tue-Fri) each week, from 11:15 a.m. until 12:45 p.m.

The Pizza Party Team consists of four members who would need to be available all four core days during the weeks when the earned parties are celebrated. Responsibilities include:

  1. Purchasing beverages and paper products
  2. Setting up the food service in the Dining Hall,
  3. Serving food and drinks,
  4. Cleaning up after the event.