Dunwoody Elementary is a special place to be because of its awesome staff, students and YOU! Our PTO volunteers help support the school in many ways: Staff Appreciation, Grounds, Family Events, Spirit Wear, Field Day, Yearbook, Book Fair and much more!
For questions, please contact our In-School Volunteer Coordinator, Lauren Cartwright (email@example.com).
Happy Volunteering and Thank You!
Do you want to volunteer at DES and don't know where to start? Come help at the Media Center and flex your Dewey Decimal System knowledge. Sign up for a few hours on a Thursday or Friday this fall to help out. Contact Adriane Osuri (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Looking for an easy, flexible way to volunteer at DES? Want to see your children mid-school day? Help us in the cafeteria with Lunch Bunch! Provide an extra set of hands in the lunch room and help out our wonderful teachers & staff!
Lunch Bunch volunteers will monitor the kids in the cafeteria (assisting teachers/staff), help kids open lunch supplies and keep the lunch tables clean.
We are looking for volunteers between the hours of 10:30am - 1:00pm, Monday-Friday. Can’t stay the whole time? No problem! Want to sign up for 2 back to back shifts? Please do! If you have questions, contact Bethany Rittenberry at email@example.com.
PTO Committee Needs
There is one immediate need to fill on the PTO Committees:
Family Events - Contact Emily Santa Maria (firstname.lastname@example.org) if interested
Required Training for Volunteering
Any parent who volunteers (Mystery Reader, Lunch Bunch, Field Day, Picture Day, etc) must complete the DCSD mandated training. The State of Georgia Mandated Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse Law was revised expanding the listing of persons who are categorized as mandated reporters of child abuse and neglect. This list includes anyone who volunteers in a school.
To ensure that all school volunteers are aware of their responsibilities and penalties associated with non-compliance, ALL VOLUNTEERS ARE REQUIRED BY LAW to go through a brief training presentation on the mandatory reporting of abuse and neglect and what it means to be a mandated reporter.