- As a parent with a
student participating in a team sport at KMHS, what is required of me in
concessions? The Booster Club asks that the student
and/or parents sign up for volunteer hours in the concession stands. For each sport an athlete participates
in, we ask for that the student/parent sign up to volunteer in the
concession stand for two (2) events per sport.
- What is asked of an
athlete's parent for Booster Club attendance? When an athlete signs up for a
team sport, his team coach asks for one of its parents to be a designated
Team Liaison to the Booster Club Concession Coordinator and the team
volunteers; also the team coach asks for one of its parents to be a
designated Team Representative to attend the monthly Booster Club
- What is asked of an
athlete's parent for Booster Club volunteering? When an athlete signs up for a team
sport, he and/or his parents are asked to volunteer in the Booster Club
concession stand for at least two (2) events during the current school
year for that one sport. If an athlete participates in multiple
sports, he and/or his parents will be asked to volunteer in the concession
stand at two (2) events for each sport.
- What counts as
Booster hours? A student or parent volunteering in the concession stand
counts towards Booster Club hours.
- Who do I contact
about volunteering? You may contact your team's Team Liaison or Team
Representative to find out how to volunteer in the concession stands (see
tab at left for Team Website Links), or contact any one of our Board
Members (see tab at left for email address).
- Where can I sign up
to volunteer? Go to the left-hand tab titled "SIGNUP GENIUS :
Volunteer Opportunities" to find an upcoming event at our school
which needs volunteers.
- Do I have to sign up
on SignUp Genius AND in the concession stand the day I volunteer? YES, we would like our volunteers to sign
up on SignUp Genius if a computer is accessible to them so that we know we
have the sufficient amount of volunteers in the concession stand for an
event. Volunteers will also be required to sign in on a sheet when
entering the concession stand for their allotted volunteer time so that we
know the volunteers did in fact show up.
- Who can volunteer
(parents/students/siblings/friends)? Students, parents, siblings over the age
of 13, and friends over the age of 13 can volunteer in the concession
- How do I get credit
for hours worked? Please sign up to volunteer for a specific sport event on
the SIGNUP GENIUS website. We also
ask that you sign in when you enter the concession stand for your
volunteer shift, and indicate the team sport you would like to have the credited hours.
- How do I know my
volunteer hours have been counted and applied to the team I select?
We try our best
to count all volunteer hours from the sign-in sheets. The Team
Liaisons review to make sure all parents do their events to assist the
team. Mainly an honor system. We are looking into electronic tracking
in the near future.
- How do I track my
volunteer hours? You may wish to personally record your volunteer hours. We are looking into electronic tracking
in the near future that you will be able to access. (?)
- What if I am unable
to fulfill my scheduled volunteered time -- who do I contact? If you are unable to show up for your
scheduled volunteer hours, please contact your Team Liaison ASAP. If
you are unable to reach that person, please contact one of our Board
Members who can relay a message.
- What happens if our
sport team does not meet the meeting attendance and/or volunteering
your team does not attain the required meeting attendance and volunteer
hours, the Booster Club may not grant any monies to your team.
- What does the Team
Liaison do? A
Booster Club Team Liaison is appointed by the Coach for each sport team.
This person is a link between the coach/team and the concessions,
and works with the volunteers in the stands and the concession
coordinator. He/she is responsible for getting volunteers from that
sport to work concessions as needed.
This person must be trained as a concession stand opener. This person is not required to attend
the monthly Booster Club meetings.
- What does the Team
Representative do? A Booster Club Team Representative is a parent appointed by
the coach to be a link between the coach and the Booster Club, who attends
Booster Club meetings if the teams' Coach is unable to attend, and will
give a report of the meeting to the Coach. Team Reps are strongly
encouraged to attend all meetings.
- Who do I send our
team's SignUp Genius link to to add on the Booster Club website page?
You may send your
team's SignUp Genius link to the Booster Club's Vice President (see
left-hand tab for email address).
- Who do I contact for
concession supplies and/or equipment for a concession stand? The Concession Liaison can obtain
supplies and/or equipment for the Lower Turf Stand and the Soccer Field
Stand from the Upper Stand near the West Gym in High School. All
supplies that we store will be in the Upper Stand. For further needs and
to report supplies you have taken from the stand, contact the Concession
Coordinator (see tab at left for email address).
- As a Concession Liaison,
how do I get a key to enter a concession stand? Keys are included in each concession
stand’s bank pouch which is given out by the Treasurer. If you did not receive a key in your
bank pouch, you may obtain a key from the Community Education Department,
Kelly Donaldson. The key for the Upper Stand works for the Soccer
- As a Concession
Liaison, how do I get money for operations in a concession stand? The Booster Club Treasurer will give out
bank pouches at a Booster Club meeting. If you did not receive the
pouch, you may contact the Treasurer directly to arrange pick-up (see tab
at left for email address).
- How does my student
athlete get a KM Booster Club scholarship? See website's Commitments/Scholarship tab
at left for specifics on how to apply for this scholarship.