Some cars run on gas, some cars run on electricity—we run on parents, grandparents, and guardians. All the adults who love and care for Liberty students are welcome to participate in LEAF, our parent-teacher organization.
Lend a hand with a future event (Fun Fair, Black History Month, Skate Night, etc.), or with general duties that keep our parent-teacher organization humming along (communications, fundraising, leadership). More details below! (Questions? Contact us!)
Here are a few ways parents and guardians can volunteer for LEAF. And we're always open to new ideas! For more information,
attend one of our monthly meetings (online or in person—dinner & childcare provided!) or contact us!
Our annual evening event for this delightful Mexican holiday celebrating the lives of deceased friends & family.
We're open to new ideas! In the past we've done restaurant nights, bake sales, candy sales, Facebook, and online campaigns.
Help with LEAF's newsletter, Facebook page, and flyers.
Help us plan our annual evening of family fun
(bouncy houses, games, food, oh my!).
1-2 hours/week in April/May
Take notes at our monthly meeting.
1 hour, 4 times/year
Responsible for collecting and tracking income from fundraisers, events, and donations. Pays out all receipts and invoices that are approved at the monthly LEAF meetings. Manages spirit wear sales. Manages documentation from the accounts (bank and PayPal) and ensures that taxes are filed annually.
Parent Advisory Council (PAC) is the district's mechanism for ensuring that parents are informed and can help develop programming and policy. If you’re interested in representing Liberty at this monthly meeting, contact Ms. Z: email@example.com
This is a team effort! The President and Vice President oversee the organization of LEAF, which includes the following (how to operate is also described in our LEAF manual).
* Some activities require clearances to be completed. To get your clearances, visit: https://www.pghschools.org/volunteering