How can you help? Volunteer!
Please help us support our students, teachers and families! Share your skills — just a small amount of time can make a BIG impact.
Ready to help? Complete a volunteer interest form HERE.
Need to recruit volunteers? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Throughout the year volunteer opportunities for classrooms and special events will be posted on LivingTree, the free-to-use app that is our primary vehicle of communication at Zilker.
We are also constantly looking for help in the following areas, so please reach out:
Front Office Support (contact: email@example.com)
Library (contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Cafeteria Monitoring (contact: email@example.com)
Math, Reading & Writing Support (contact: firstname.lastname@example.org)
We also have a number of standing committees and special committees that need support:
Works to provide volunteer opportunities to students and families. Projects are organized and facilitated for classes, grade levels, and student groups that serve organizations in the Austin community and beyond. Contact Connolly Lees – email@example.com
Works to forge relationships with community businesses in the form of donations and partnerships to further the educational excellence at Zilker. Contact Vera Muniz – firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers work one-on-one with students in grades 1-4, playing simple games to practice math facts. No particular math affinity is necessary to volunteer! Contact Karen Cotter – email@example.com
Communications – Our committee creates and maintains the school website, ZEN (the e-newsletter), and oversees consolidation of Thursday folder flyers to ensure PTA and school events are clearly and accurately communicated in a timely manner. Contact Vera Muniz – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustainability, Health and Wellness
Our mission is to serve as a resource and advocate for sustainability through educating students, staff, and community members by: promoting environmental responsibility and healthy living with the school community; encouraging practices with sustainable living; challenging students, staff, and the community to consider their ecological impact and ways to have a positive impact on the environment and healthy living. Contact Corina Guillory – email@example.com
Working directly with Odd Duck restaurant, this committee works together to ensure the garden is utilized and maintained by both school and outside entities to provide opportunities for students to receive a hands-on education through gardening. Contact Sara Partridge – firstname.lastname@example.org
Working with our teachers helps support STEM learning on our campus by: Finding partners within our Austin Community to promote technology learning projects; Support our teachers in planning and sourcing STEM/Makerspace needs.
Our committee puts on a fun, fall festival. We organize classroom parents to sponsor a different booths and bring in outside vendors for food and entertainment. Our goal is to create a wonderful community event. Contact: Brooke Crow –email@example.com
The Zilker Fund supports the school through a direct mail, no hassle approach to fundraising. Utilizing communications and other avenues, the Zilker Fund provides funding for programs and areas of need. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This group helps Teacher Appreciation chair to make our teachers, staff and administration feel appreciated and connected through hospitality and special messages throughout the year including, but not limited to back to school breakfasts and lunch, all-school potlucks, holiday luncheons, thanksgiving and valentine reminders, and end of year teacher appreciation efforts. Contact Amanda Utter – email@example.com
March for Peace
The March for Peach and Fund Run serve two purposes. To promote diversity, acceptance, kindness on our campus. To promote healthy lifestyles and fundraising. Contact Vera – firstname.lastname@example.org
Works with our President, ACPTA, and TX PTA to by supporting and speaking up for children—in schools, in communities, and before government bodies and other organizations that make decisions affecting children. Contact: email@example.com