To volunteer on campus each person must fill out a volunteer form to be held on file in the main office. Grandparents are also welcome to volunteer! ​


Udated 2/12/21

PUSD would like to make regular testing for COVID available for students returning to campus. In order to make this a reality, we’ll need a team of parent volunteers to help this effort. Please email us at wildwoodparentsclub@gmail.com for more info.

If you have an idea for a parent party that you would like to host, or are interested in volunteering for the planning and implementation of Spring Fling in any capacity, please contact heather@piedmontedfoundation.com

Want to be a part of the Wildwood Parents Club next year? We have many positions available - from technology, art, teacher appreciation or community events - there’s something for everyone. Here are the
openings for next year.

For those of you who are interested in volunteering at Wildwood School, we're looking for regular volunteers to help with supply pick-up monitoring. Please sign up here.

We’re looking for volunteers to help guide kids and families during drop off and pick up times on campus. Please sign up here!

Wildwood Arrival / Departure Volunteers

After school enrichment TEAM

Help us decide on the variety and focus of the after school classes offered at Wildwood. Sign up to volunteer on campus and finish in 5-10 minutes or from home researching vendors and parent correspondence.

Please contact us at: wwafterschoolenrichment@gmail.com
if you are an interested volunteering.


Looking For A Good Book? The Scholastic Book Fair in the Fall is an annual fundraising event that encourages our kids to read, helps fill the shelves of our kids’ classrooms and the Wildwood library, and is open to the community. Over 5 days in the school auditorium, children and adults can browse the latest books from Scholastic and find recommendations from our librarian and teachers. In addition to a Book Fair Coordinator, other volunteers are needed for setting up and packing up, as well as work shifts over the course of the book fair.

Questions? Please contact the Book Fair Committee:
Nikki Nealon
Robert Gavin

harvest festival COMMITTEE

The Harvest Festival is a free, annual community event to celebrate the start of the fall season while raising money for Piedmont’s elementary schools. It includes a vegetable growing and cooking contest, the amazingly creative scarecrow-alley, carnival activities, food trucks, live music, art show and community exhibits.

Visit the Harvest Festival website for more info!

If you can volunteer, we have lots of opportunities and possibilities, please email the Harvest Festival committee.

hospitality TEAM &
teacher appreciation

This group coordinates potluck/catered luncheons for the teachers, in addition to daily festivites for Teacher Appreciation week. Hospitality includes coordinating play dates for incoming kindergarteners as well parent coffees, the Winterfest bakesale and more.

To learn more, please contact the Hospitality Committee.

hot lunch VOLUNTEERS

Lunch distribution is 100% managed by parent volunteers. Opportunities are available M thu F, 11: 20am-12:30pm. Pick one shift a week, a month or a quarter - it's really up to you! Each grade is on a 2 week rotation for hot lunch volunteers.

Contact Andrea Curran andreajcurran@gmail.com to volunteer.


Wildwood's Library relies heavily on all our wonderful volunteers. To join our dedicated library volunteer team or to help out occasionally when your child's class attends please contact us.

Robin Ludmer
Wildwood Librarian

Amy Bouris
Wildwood Library Assistant

Volunteer Coordinators:
Liz Cha and Zoe Catalano

room parentS

Room parents act as a contact person for the class. They are the class treasurer, the communication hub, classroom volunteer coordinator and helps the teacher coordinate special events, like holiday celebrations, field trips, or other special projects. This is a great volunteer position for parents not able to be physically on campus as it’s mostly email based.

Please contact the Room Parent Coordinator if you are interested in being a room parent or for more information!

SCRIP + Fundraising TEAM

The SCRIP and fundraising volunteers help market, sell and distribute SCRIP gift cards to the Wildwood community at school events. They also organize and coordinate other school fundraisers such as Good Eggs, Stella and Dot, etc.

Please email the fundraising/SCRIP committee at wildwoodscrip@gmail.com if you'd like to help!

site council

Site Council is a group of teachers, classified employees, administrators, and parents who work with the Principal to develop, review, and evaluate the Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). Recognizing the importance of our work together as a Tri-School Elementary Program, the Beach, Havens, and Wildwood Site Councils meet together to develop and implement these plans. All meetings are open to the entire school community. Group meets monthly.


Student Engagement, Responsibility, and Volunteerism in our Elementary Schools.

Help to teach our students learn the importance of service and to serve our community. Meet and work with representatives from Beach and Havens to craft community service opportunities for students and families to take part in throughout the year.

Wildwood dads club

Join the Dads Club to connect with other dads at Wildwood! We host a number of fun events throughout the year, including a Welcome Dads BBQ, the Pumpkin Patch, Crab Feed and Book Fair BBQs. These events have funded many school improvements.

winterfest COMMITTEE

A wonderful Wildwood family tradition, our Winter Festival is all about giving. Join us for family dinner, holiday community service activities, winter arts & crafts, bake sale, caroling and a drop off site for gifts being donated to our Holiday Giving Program. Please volunteer to help prepare for the event, to help manage an activity station or to roll your sleeves up and make sure everything is neat & tidy at the end of the evening.

To volunteer please contact the Winterfest committee.