Ways to Volunteer

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Here are few ways to get into school, get connected and LOVE LINCOLN. Thanks for your help!

In-School Sign Ups  
Concessions Sign Ups

Looking for ways to engage? Here are some more ways to be a friend.

Check out these volunteer opportunities and follow up with the contacts below. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Let us know and we’ll help you find your way at [email protected].

Concession Captains

Lincoln athletic teams take turns running concessions at every home athletic event. All profits help cover participation costs/fees for athletes who otherwise would not be able to participate.

Concessions Volunteers: Sign up for a couple of games or a couple of hours

We have two leadership roles to fill!

• Concessions Buyer: Costco runs as-needed to keep concessions stand stocked. 

• Concessions Scheduler: Schedule team coverage for home games.

Contact [email protected] to learn more.

Flock Party 2024

From pre-party lead to event planning and procurement, there is loads of fun to be done in preparation for this year’s Flock Party. Want to help? Contact Sheryl Odems at [email protected].

School Store

Having great Lincoln merch on hand requires ordering, inventory, merchandising, sales... Want to help? Contact Kirsten Maycumber at [email protected].

Friends of the Library

Everyone knows the Library is where it’s at! Lori Lieberman and Anita Agudelo are looking for regularly scheduled help. For Monday - Thursday, contact Anita at [email protected]. For Friday, contact Lori at [email protected].

Subject Matter Experts for Project Based Algebra

Chuck Slusher, our project-based algebra classes teacher is looking for volunteers with specific areas of knowledge between now and December.

Advanced Algebra: Unit 1: Growth (September and October). Fields: Pharmacology or Finance or Demographics. Unit 2: Motion (November and December). Fields: Animation.

Algebra 1-2: Unit 1: Voting (September and October). Fields: Politics/Government. Unit 2: Secret Codes (October and November). Fields: Encryption/Data Security.

Interested parents and community members can reach out directly to Chuck Slusher at [email protected] for class session details.

College & Career Special Events

The College & Career Center often seeks volunteers for college and career exploration and readiness events. Examples include hosting an LHS student at their workplace for a job shadow, participating on panels, leading a class-based workshop, providing volunteer or internship opportunities, and helping at a college application night.

Learn more about these opportunities here.

Contacts for the College & Career Center:
Shannan Fasold, Career Coordinator | [email protected]
Aliera Zeledon Morasch, College Coordinator I [email protected]

Health Action Network (HAN)

HAN is a committee, active since 2003, made up of parents, community members, teachers, administrators, and counselors dedicated to bringing health awareness, tools, and strategies to students and families through curated talks. The group promotes healthy living and supports families in making healthy lifestyle choices. They support and provide information on topics like drugs & alcohol, bullying, sex, suicide, mental health, stress, nutrition, etc. HAN welcomes any experts in our community to offer a topic and talk. Contact [email protected].

Flock Feast Friends

In Partnership with Clay Street Table, Flock Feast packs and delivers groceries to Cardinal families on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month. Adult volunteer drivers are needed to assist with deliveries, which varies depending on demand that week. Bags are generally ready by 5:30 PM. The approximate time to pick up and deliver is 45 minutes. If you’d like to join the pool of bi-weekly drivers, please contact Suzy Cordisco at 503-530-0375. 

Friends of Lincoln Board

Friends of Lincoln strives to ensure every student has equitable access to the full Cardinal experience. We support students, from meeting basic human needs to ensuring the opportunity for all to participate. We also build community connections and caring through a broad range of volunteer efforts. Are you interested in learning more? Contact our Board Co-Presidents at [email protected].

West Sylvan Students Need Bikes

Have a bike your student has outgrown or otherwise collecting dust in the garage? West Sylvan has a growing group of students whose families have no transportation options beyond public transit. Bikes are one way to support these students so they can more easily get to and from school/activities and relieve some stress on their families. Contact [email protected].

Wrestling Volunteers

Lincoln will be hosting some big wrestling tournaments in our new building. Contact Jennifer O'Dell Sample, Team Parent at [email protected] if you have an interest in helping. 

Complete a Background Check for In-School Support

To ensure a safe environment for all students, PPS requires volunteers to apply for a volunteer background check for in-school support. Background checks are valid for 3 years and do not transfer from school to school. Please take a minute to complete a PPS volunteer background check or update your volunteer status if you have not done so recently.

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