How Do I Meet My Workbond Requirements?
FAQ's About Workbond Responsibilities
Q: How many shifts are parents responsible for?
A: Parents are responsible for 4 shifts.
Q: How long is a shift?
A: All shifts are 3 hours in length.
Q: Do I have to work all 4 shifts in the kitchen?
A: No, we offer Field Duty, Kitchen Duty, and Clean Up Duty. You can sign up for 1 Field Duty and then your last 3 must be either Kitchen Duty or Clean Up Duty.
Q: What happens if I already signed up for a shift but I can't work 3 hours?
A: Please stop by the refreshment stand and see Robin Mellos, Auxiliary President, she will work with you to get your time rescheduled.
Q: What happens if I am having trouble finding time to fulfill my workbond hours?
A: Please stop by the refreshment stand and speak with Robin Mellos, Auxiliary President, she will work with you to find a time to get you scheduled.
Q: Do I have to sign in or out to get credit for working?
A: Yes, you must be signed out in the Workbond book by a member of the Auxiliary, otherwise you will not be credited with time worked.
Q: When do I know my shift is over?
A: Please check with a member of the Auxiliary prior to leaving to ensure you worked your full shift and so you get signed out to receive credit for working.
Q: What is Clean Up duty?
A: Clean Up duty is new position we created for those that cannot or do not want to work in the kitchen. Responsibilities include picking up all garbage on the complex, emptying garbage cans, cleaning bathrooms and the kitchen upon completion of the last games of the evening.
Q: What is Field Duty?
A: Field Duty takes place on Saturday mornings at 8am sharp. It includes various tasks that prepare the fields and the complex for our busiest day of the week, Saturday. When reporting for Field Duty on Saturdays, please report to Mario Cruz, Board of Director, responsible for Field Duty assignments.