MVM VOLUNTEERS ROCK!!
Every year, the MVMPCS community is recognized by FCPS for the incredible number of hours our families have served.
During the 2018-2019 school year, that number was over 14,000 hours!
HOW DO WE GIVE OUR TIME?New volunteer opportunities open frequently. We have a job for everyone!
As a charter school, MVMPCS relies on volunteers to fill many of the essential functions of the school. Volunteers fill key roles in parent/school communication, building & grounds maintenance, and school governance, just to name a few.
MVMPCS relies on community members willing to share their professional expertise. Experience in architecture /construction or real estate law? The Facilities Committee could use your expert advice. Have a background in accounting or business? The MVMPCS Budget is prepared and managed by volunteers. Consider offering your professional services pro bono.
In addition to helping to bridge the funding gap, volunteering at school helps to build a sense of community. Children watch everything you do. By giving back to the community, you’ll show them firsthand how volunteering makes a difference and how good it feels to help other people and enact change. It’s also a valuable way for you to get to know other families in the community!
Two-parent/guardian households are asked to volunteer at least 30 hours each year; single-parent/guardian households are asked to give at least 10 hours.
Whatever your profession or skill might be, you can use it to give back to your community.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about each committee and volunteer opportunities.
- School Leadership
- Budget Committee
- Building & Grounds
- Communications Committee
- Community Outreach Committee
- Fundraising & Events Committee
- Facilities Committee
- Library Committee
- Staffing Committee
- Strategic Planning Committee
- Volunteer Committee
Volunteer Hours Matter!
FCPS records our yearly volunteer hours and this information is shared with state and other grant-funding institutions, which makes it of vital importance as we qualify for grants.
We work together as a community and institution to recognize the importance of these reports. The Board of Education also looks at our volunteer hours as an indicator of community involvement when we submit our Annual Report or go before them for Charter Renewal.
~ 240 Families
The exact number varies from year to year, but with 300 students, MVM averages around 240 families enrolled each year.
During the 2018-2019 School year, MVM Families logged over 14,000 hours of volunteering!!