It’s almost time to wrap up the school year! The last few weeks before summer are packed with opportunities to assess students’ progress and celebrate all they have accomplished. It’s also when we can thank the teachers and staff who have supported our kids through their challenges and success.
While there is plenty of time for fun, planning and managing end-of-year events can be stressful. Online sign ups help simplify the organization of all your activities, from end-of-year testing to class parties. Our powerful features make it easy to rally volunteer support and communicate all your event information effectively.
Here are five of the many ways SignUpGenius can help your events run smoothly, so everyone can enjoy their last days of school together.
Field day is the perfect way to celebrate making it to the finish line! Try these field day activities and ideas to make it a day full of fun for parents, teachers and students.
Include the sign up link in your school newsletter or communication platform, so parents can easily review volunteer needs and choose opportunities that work for them. You can choose the option to send automatic reminders a few days before their commitment so volunteers don’t forget.
Create a sign up with available leadership or committee roles and send it out to parents to sign up before summer break. You’ll be a step ahead in the fall by having a group you know is interested in helping with important areas like fundraising, special events and more.
Check out these tips to recruit and retain superstar parent volunteers.
If parents are contributing to a group gift, you can create slots to request monetary donations on your sign up. It’s easy to set up online payments on your sign up or include details about the best way to send donations.
Check out these teacher appreciation and gift ideas for inspiration.
The class party is a great time to present your teacher with gifts and share your heartfelt thanks on behalf of students and families.
Online sign ups help manage the rush of end-of-school events so families and teachers can focus on their students. Before diving into summer fun, it’s a special time to celebrate how much kids have grown and learned.