Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Information


There are MANY opportunities to get involved at Randolph Heights, please read through the below list for some of our immediate needs. We need volunteers to help keep Randolph Heights the best school in St. Paul!


Innisbrook Sales

Help with stuffing folders, placing orders, sorting or pick-up. Contact Tom Clark if you are able to help.  tclark443@aol.com


Green Team 

Help “green” Randolph Heights by assisting in any of the following ways. Contact person is Mary McCallum at 651-698-8063, maryq@bitstream.net.

§    Help coordinate individual lesson plans with a homeroom teacher or help conduct an enrichment-cluster

class on a green topic (you will be given guidance, age appropriate lessons and materials).

§    Brainstorm to come up with ways we can be more efficient in all areas of life at RH; recycling, reducing cafeteria and classroom waste, playground trash, “greening” our school events and fundraisers, etc.


Silent Auction

Check back for the name and contact information of the event chairs. This event will be changing to an adult-only, off-site event this year. Please consider hleping out on this fun event; it's a great way to get to know other Randolph Heights parents.






Randolph Heights Apparel

Coordinate the purchase and sale of Randolph Heights Gear (t-shirts, sweatshirts, flannel pants, etc). This would include choosing items to order, placing/receiving order, selling items and

keeping inventory. Contact Sara Beebe for more information:  saralucylevi@aol.com

Garden Club

Help beautify the Randolph Heights grounds. This would include weeding, planting, etc. More information coming soon. Contact Jessica Weislow for more information:  weislow@mac.com





Room Parent

This is a new role that we are trying to establish, to create a welcoming environment for all parents at Randolph Heights. Several possible responsibilities for this role: contact new parents to welcome them and answer any questions, attend PTA monthly meetings and e-mail any important highlights to class parents and teacher, communicate with teachers about their needs in the classroom and make sure PTA is aware of them, remind parents through e-mail of upcoming school events and answer any questions they may have about the event, create a parent/child directory, maybe plan a parents’ night out for socializing. Contact Stephanie Lonetti for more information steph_amnuel@hotmail.com, or 651-224-5310.


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