BEFORE you volunteer make sure that you are signed up with the school prior to the event.
For safety reasons ONLY GMS students and parent volunteers are allowed at the event (no siblings.)
DAY OF EVENT:
You will be sent a volunteer reminder via the Sign-up Genius.
Stop at the front office, log in to get your photo ID badge and if it's your first time, the office staff will scan your license.
Park in the back lower parking lot and enter through the doors by the cafeteria.
Check in at the volunteer table in the Commons.
At the volunteer table you will be given specific instructions or you will be directed to your signup location for instructions.
Clean as you go – please help to keep your area clean throughout the event and encourage the students to clean up after themselves as well so that cleanup at the end of the event is quick and easy.
Volunteers for wristband sales are needed during lunch. Begin by checking in at the front office and proceed to the Commons area for instructions from the Coordinator. A cash box and wristbands will be ready to sell, as well as distributing and putting on wristbands for all online purchases.
SET-UP – EVENT DAY
Please check in at the front office and head to the Commons area. Look for the Tiger Day Coordinators. They will provide instructions for assistance.
Once you check in at the volunteer table you will be directed to your area and given specific instructions by the coordinator for that area. Wear comfortable shoes. Gloves will be provided at food and snack stations and towels provided at drink stations.
Once you check in at the volunteer table you will either be directed to your area for instructions from teacher/coordinator or given specific instructions at the Volunteer table before being directed to your area. Wear comfortable shoes, and be advised that the face painting and hair spray stations may be a bit messy. Some stations may require light running like the Hamster Balls.
Photos can only be taken by the TIGER DAY Coordinator, designated photography volunteers and PTA Historian.