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  • Auction
    Held at a local events venue in February or March of each year depending on scheduling. The event is open to the public. It is our biggest fundraiser. It is an adult only evening including silent auction, live auction, class basket raffle, casino, plated dinner, cash bar and dancing. Invitations are sent home via the Friday Folder 6-8 weeks prior to the event. Reservations are required by a specific date. Themes vary each year and attire is generally resort casual with the option to dress specific to the theme. Checks are made payable to Valspar Championship. This is a partnership with the annual PGA Golf Tournament at Innisbrook. They offer a percentage match to the funds we donate. Each registered guest or couple will receive a bidding number. Their number is used to bid on the silent and live auction items including class made projects and donations from the community. There is a 50/50 during the event. Class baskets with specific themes (Dad’s Day, Mother’s Retreat, Family Night, etc.) including items donated by grade levels are raffled. Class projects hand crafted by the students in each class are in the silent auction. They may include items such as a quilt, birdbath, photos, mirror, etc. Sponsorships are available with multiple levels of donation and reward. The top sponsors are recognized throughout the event. Attending, sponsoring, providing acquisitions and volunteering for the event are ALL Major Fundraising Volunteer Hour opportunities. Volunteers are needed in the planning process beginning at the start of the year. Volunteers needed: Acquisitions Volunteer organizing Decorations Class Baskets Class Projects Technology Various committees throughout the planning Set Up Clean Up Runners during the event Technology during the event
  • Box Tops
    Box Tops are collected and recorded via their app. The classroom with the most collected in a specific time frame earns a prize, determined by the committee. Volunteers needed: Chair - Coordinate project, promote/communicate, track progress and participants, plan prizes.
  • Family Game/Fun Night
    Held at the school in the multi-purpose room. Activities open to suggestion. Volunteers needed
  • Father-Daughter Dance
    The date for this event varies based on the chosen venue and other events for the fall. The event is open to all school families and may include male or female chaperone, whomever is special to the "daughter" and is able to escort her to the event. Registration forms are sent home via the school Friday Folder. You must pre-register for this event if you plan to attend. Checks are payable to Guardian Angels Catholic School (GACS). Each couple receives a memorable photograph of the event, dinner and door prizes as stated on the information sheet sent home. The event consists of dinner, dancing and some games. The dress code is specific to the theme of the event with the option to dress in your Sunday best. Volunteers are needed: Set up Clean up Registration during the event Photographs Donation of prizes
  • Golf Scramble
    The event is open to the public. It is one of our biggest fundraisers. It is an adult only event including silent auction, dinner and drinks. Reservations are required by a specific date. There is a 50/50 during the event. Sponsorships are available with multiple levels of donation and reward. The top sponsors are recognized throughout the event. Attending, sponsoring, providing acquisitions and volunteering for the event are ALL Major Fundraising Volunteer Hour opportunities. Volunteers are needed in the planning process beginning at the start of the year. Volunteers needed: Acquisitions Volunteer organizing Decorations Various committees throughout the planning Set Up Clean Up Runners during the event Technology during the event
  • Lunchroom Volunteers
    This requirement is currently paused for the 2022-2023 school year. Volunteers are asked to help distribute lunches and clean the lunch tables and floors between lunch periods. Typical hours are from 10:45 AM through 1:15pm.
  • Monther-Son Event
    The event is open to all school families and may include male and female chaperones, whomever is special to the “son” and is able to participate with him. Registration forms are sent home via the school Friday Folder. You must pre-register for this event if you plan to attend. Checks are payable to Guardian Angels Catholic School (GACS). Volunteers needed: Chair - Planning, secure a venue, catering, entertainment, etc... Acquisitions Registration Set Up Clean Up (if necessary)
  • Outreach
    Outreach is a committee consisting of the chairperson and the room parents. They work with the administration to provide help to the school families who may be in need. This includes a collection during the holidays to provide Thanksgiving dinner and other necessities through the holidays for families within the school who may need a little extra help. This is done privately. Outreach is available to families who may suffer an emergency such as fire, death, etc. and need extra help during that time. Outreach will determine the need and organize through the classroom or school wide depending on the situation. All outreach is done discreetly. Volunteers are only needed if there is a need within the school community.
  • Parent Buddies
    This is an opportunity for new families to be partnered with another family who has been enrolled at Guardian Angels within the same grade levels as the incoming students. Families are available to welcome the new families, answer questions and be there as a support as the new families navigate their first year at Guardian Angels. Volunteers needed: Email/call new families and be a guide as needed.
  • RaiseRight (formerly SCRIP)
    RaiseRight, formerly known as SCRIP, is a company that provides merchandise gift cards at face value and the school earns varied percentages per card. Some examples of cards available include Wal-Mart, various gas stations, various chain restaurants, department stores, online shopping, Amazon, etc. Families can purchase these cards and use them as needed or give them as gifts. RaiseRight is offered a few times throughout the year, especially around Christmas. Order forms can be found online. Checks are made payable to Guardian Angels Catholic School (GACS) unless otherwise stated. The Chairpersons collect the orders and place an electronic order to the company. The cards are distributed in the Friday Folder if a release form is on file. Every $25 rebate the school earns equals one service hour. Volunteers needed: Sort the orders
  • Room Parents
    With endorsement of the teacher, a parent (or 2 parents) is appointed to represent the class. Work closely with teacher and coordinate with parents in order to support classroom needs Coordinate class participation in Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week (held in the Spring) Serve as contact person to assist new families within the class navigate the school.
  • Trunk-or-Treat
    Held each year in the main parking lot of Guardian Angels Catholic School on the Friday before Halloween. Registration is online at the PFA website or sent via the Friday Folder. You must register to participate as it is limited by the parking spots. Checks are payable to Guardian Angels Catholic School (GACS). Each participating family can decorate their car/trunk/parking spot with a theme excluding frightening or gore-type themes or decorations. This is a FAMILY FRIENDLY event and many young children participate. There is a Trunk Decorating contest. All cars must arrive by the designated time and then the gates will close. This will ensure the safety of the children. Each participating family brings enough candy for the “trick or treaters”. The “final” number will be sent home with the confirmation before the event. Once the event begins, the children may trick or treat freely through the parking lot. If you are choosing to “share” a parking spot with another family, YOU MUST REGISTER WITH THAT FAMILY AND INCLUDE THE NUMBER OF CHILDREN ATTENDING. Families should bring chairs and/or tables as you will be sitting and passing out candy. At the end of the evening, the prizes will be announced. Clean up your area. After all families are in their vehicles, the gates will be opened and there will be directions for traffic to leave in an orderly manner. PLEASE DO NOT pull your car out until directed. Volunteers needed: Attend meetings Assist with activities Set up Clean up Collect entry fees at the gate
  • Uniform Exchange
    Uniform exchange is located in the common area of the elementary school. Gently used and outgrown uniforms may be dropped off at any time. The committee schedules days throughout the year to allow families to browse the collection and add to their uniforms or drop off outgrown uniforms. The committee works to keep the stored uniforms clean and stacked neatly. If you need to browse the uniforms outside of the scheduled dates, please keep the area neat and the clothes folded. Volunteers needed Set up/maintain organization Fold/clean uniform
  • VPK/Kindergarten Welcome
    Each year on the Sunday before school starts, students from the 1st grade and their families surprise the new students with a small token from the school. Volunteers needed: Deliver to families on the Sunday before school starts Map the deliveries Prepare the items for delivery (generally a welcome sign, balloon tied to crayons with a Guardian Angel prayer)
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