​​Lake Pointe Elementary PTO

Enrich - educate - empower 

Volunteer!- Join a Committee

We have many needs throughout the year. To start, please log in to our Konstella community add your name to the Committees you are interested in helping with, and those Chairs will publish specific signup sheets for you that you can find later under More- Signups. You can also see school-wide available opportunities.

Web: Click the green "Committees" link on the left-hand menu to browse the committees. Click on a committee and sign up or remove yourself.

Mobile App: Click the "Directory" tab at the bottom.  Click "Browse Committees” to browse and sign up for the committees.


Questions? Email volunteers@lakepointepto.org



VOLUNTEERS HELP MAKE LAKE POINTE GREAT! 

Volunteering at Lake Pointe Elementary is a great way to get involved, meet new people, and directly impact your child's school experience.
 
We have many volunteer opportunities throughout the year with various commitment levels that can fit your work and family’s schedule.  No matter what your area of interest, or how much or how little time you can spare, we have a role for you!  
To ensure everything runs smoothly for everyone’s benefit, especially our students:

Complete the volunteer form as soon as possible. Volunteer coordinators collect these forms through the first few weeks of school, and committees are then formed using that information.

Helpful Hints:
 
When volunteering, please sign in at the front office and pick up your nametag. Make sure you sign in as a Volunteer. 
 
There are two ways to log your volunteer hours.  When you log into the Raptor system at the front office, sign in as a Volunteer and you’ll receive credit for the hours you are participating. Or, if you are away from the school, you can log your hours at www.v-volunteer.com. LTISD recognizes all volunteers who have reached 100 hours with an Activities Pass to LTISD sponsored events. 
  
When you volunteer in the classroom or on field trips, we ask that you make other arrangements for younger children. This is a school policy we must respect. Remember to allow teachers to implement discipline consequences, as well as keep student performances and behaviors confidential. 

Thank you for sharing your time!