More Volunteer Opportunities

Here are more ways you can help! Scroll down for non-PTO volunteer opportunities around campus.


Teachers/staff: Need volunteers for your event/activity? Email us at with the details and we'll post it here.


A+ Thrift Shop for Education

Every month during the school year A+ Thrift Shop on S. Plumosa donates about $800 to each Merritt Island public school. The business operates almost entirely through volunteer support. Please consider volunteering your time at this wonderful establishment that gives back to our children. Middle and high schoolers receive volunteer credit! Contact A+ at (321) 453-4338


6th Grade Graduation Committee

Do you have a child graduating this school year? Contact 6th Grade Graduation Committee Chair Ashley Gaza at for more information on how you can get involved.


Front office volunteers

Help needed in the front office from 10:30 a.m. to noon any day of the week. Tasks include greeting/assisting visitors, filing, and checking in parents having lunch with students. Please contact Jamie Cabrera at if you're available.


Yearbook Club

The TES Yearbook Committee is looking for volunteers to assist students with assembling an amazing school yearbook. Photographers and graphic designers wanted! Please contact TBD at TBD. Start contributing photos of your cute kiddos today by downloading the ReplayIt app on your phone.


Tropical Trailblzer Running Club

Led by Physical Education teacher Coach, the Tropical Trailblazer Morning Running Club meets on Tuesdays from 7:30 to 7:50 a.m. at school's baseball field near the Pavilion. The club begins on TBD. "A Status" Parent volunteers are needed to help set up/break down and supervise runners from 7:25 to 7:55 a.m. Parents are also welcomed to join their students in their morning run!



Throughout the year teachers have TONS of decor and lesson materials that require laminating and trimming. If you have time to do this at home or join Sarah Finney in the PTO room on the 1st Friday of the month following the PTO meetings, your help is greatly appreciated!

Try-outs will be held.

Odyssey of the Mind

Odyssey of the Mind is a creative problem-solving competition involving students from kindergarten through college. It provides students with experiences that enhance their skills in creativity, teamwork, problem-solving, hands-on construction, confidence, and self-reliance. Each team of 5-7 students requires at least one coach, one judge, and one volunteer to make the program possible. Interested parents contact Kelly Motley at


1st Grade - Mrs. Wright

First grade teacher Mrs. Wright is in need of volunteers to help with her bulletin board display, reading with students and cutting/copying class materials and worksheets. Whether you're available once a month or once a week, any help is appreciated!

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