• Coordinators
    Click here for list of Coordinators and their contact information. If you are interested in getting involved at Steindorf, contact steindorf.president@gmail.com for more information on becoming a volunteer!
    You can request reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses using the Check Request Form (please include original receipts). The Deposit Form is used for turning in funds to be deposited to the bank. Forms should be printed and turned into the Steindorf front office, attention: Steindorf HSC Treasurer. If you have questions, please contact steindorf.treasurer@gmail.com.
    Coordinator Position Descriptions:
    After School Enrichment Is usually on Wednesdays, our early release day. Includes opportunities for students to add additional classes to their experience at Steindorf. Some are fun, such as Cartooning, Cooking, Origami, Chess and Mad Science. We are also looking into some classes such as languages and computer coding. There are several sessions throughout the year. Need to coordinate, book vendors and organize and submit all relevant paperwork.
    Auction This is a fun adult only event usually held off site (restaurant/community center). Tickets include the venue and appetizers. The evening includes a silent auction and a live auction. Need 2 or 3 people working as a team. Need to obtain auction items, books venue, sell tickets, run event on night. Should also look into adding the auction online.
    eScrip/passive fundraising Set up passive fundraiser accounts and educate school on how to participate and promote when possible, Amazon, eScrip. Box Tops can also be included in this fundraiser. Also, new programs can be researched for more ways to earn money.
    Fall Festival Our fall event to come together as Steindorf Community and have some fun. It will be held in October at Steindorf. Possible suggestions, square dancing, pie throwing contests, petting zoo, chili cook-offs, movie, hang room for middle schoolers, etc. Being the first event of the school year, we expect it to be very well attended. It takes a team of people to coordinate this event - if you enjoy working and collaborating with a team this event is surely for you!
    Spring Fundraiser Fundraiser to be decided needs to raise $5,000.  The goal is to provide high quality products where the return back to the school is between 40-50%. It would hopefully be a catalog of items that would filled with great holiday gift ideas. You and your extended family, coworkers and neighbors can shop for holiday gift-wrap and gifts and feel good about supporting our school at the same time.
    Family Dinner Nights Patrons who visit (for either dine-in or take out) and identify themselves as Steindorf families will have a portion of their bill donated to the school. These are fun, community events! Need to book various venues and organize monthly dates. Would be nice to have year booked in advance.
    Garden/Living Lab This will prove to be a highlight to our school! The Garden Committee will work diligently to provide opportunities for students to plant, observe, harvest, and taste. Volunteers are needed for classroom buddies and various projects throughout the year.
    Investment Campaign At the start of the school year, families are asked to consider donating $400 for each child attending Steindorf directly to our Investment Campaign for 3 reasons: 100% of the money donated goes directly to the school and directly into the classrooms, direct donations are eligible for a tax deduction, and many companies will match your donation!
    Library Help with general Library duties, help teachers utilize the library. Cataloging and labeling new books will be essential duties to setting up the new library. Volunteers will be needed to have the library open and allow books to be checked out and returned.
    Movie Night Organize/spearhead movie nights to be held at Steindorf as a fundraiser. Requires people to work in a team and collaborate, usually we have a lower school movie and upper school movie, food/snacks/drinks/concessions are available to purchase night of event.
    Mini Mermaids & Young Tritans Running Club Mini Mermaids is a six week program of self-discovery, confidence building and goal-setting for elementary girls. The curriculum focuses on heart, mind, body and movement and will meet twice a week and train for a 5K race in November. At the end of the program they will learn the finish line is just the beginning to achieve dreams and goals. 
    Project Cornerstone  Project Cornerstone is a year round social education program. Students learn skills to relate to one another and build inner confidence. Coordinator holds monthly meetings with the reader volunteers and teaches the readers the lessons that month.  Volunteers then read stories and lead classroom discussions monthly. The lessons are provided by the YMCA PBIS program.
    Room Parent Coordinator - elementary school Give direction to elementary school room parents, monthly emails to room parents with upcoming reminders, help support room parents with any needs that arise during the year. Hold one meeting at beginning of year to explain duties to room parents and give handouts of important dates throughout year. Ensure all teachers have a room parent and class lists are compiled with contact details.
    Room Parent Support your child's teacher in communicating with class parents, reminding families of upcoming activities, coordinate All Staff Luncheon once a year, coordinate appreciation activities for the teacher during Teacher Appreciation week, assist with class party planning (if any), and other misc assistance requests the teacher may have, etc.
    Mileage Club Parents volunteer to set up and organize a weekly walking/running club for the kids, involves keeping track of miles walked, awards, tokens.
    Scholastic Book Fair Scholastic Book Fairs are held twice a year for a week each time. Students can review and purchase books. Volunteers advertise, set-up displays, help students with book choices and work the register. The school earns book credits by hosting these events that are then used to provide books to our classrooms and library.
    Spirit Wear Person needed to work with outside vendor and coordinate all school spirit wear. Have some stock available throughout year. Have two school wide spirit wear drives in the year, make flyers, place orders, pick up stock and deliver to students.
    Teacher Appreciation Coordinate an event where we shower the staff and teachers every day for a week. Students will be encouraged to participate with notes, flowers, and small treats. We ask volunteers to help that week by helping provide lunches for the staff.
    Stampede-a-thon Our spring fundraiser event is a lot of fun for our kids and families! There is much more than walking: raffles, games and food will all be part of the celebration of our school spirit. Coordinate this Fun event for whole school, students walk laps and earn money for our school.
    Cambrian Rocks This is a district event to raise funds for our music programs in all Cambrian schools.  We are looking for a liaison to work with the district coordinator, that can help get volunteers and advertise and promote the event.
    Family Dance This is usually held in the spring as a coming together of all grade levels for a night of family fun.  Usually involves a meal and entertainment (dancing/show/craft/games). This is a non fundraising event; cost of tickets covers cost of event.