Field Day Volunteers

Field day logo JPEG
by Wayne Herninko

First, THANK YOU so much for volunteering. Please download and print this guide (the PDF file at the bottom of this page called “2022 Glebe Field Day Survival Guide for Volunteers”) so you know where to be, when to be there and what you will be doing on Field Day. Pages 4-5 have the specific who, what, when, and where for the day. You can also search the pdf document for your name (I know it works on a PC, I have not tried it on a mobile device).

If needed, I will update pages 4-5 with a separate PDF near the middle of next week (but I think we’re set). If your name is listed, please read the game description for your activity on the pages following and email me:
1) to let me know you received your assignment, and
2) so I can answer any questions that you have
at .

Thanks again, and I’ll see you on June 3rd!

Quick Note- Only field events and the 5th grade “Fat Albert” game “keep score” on field day. Bus Loop Games and Comets and Asteroids are just for fun. In any case, you can motivate good behavior by reminding the kids that they are earning or losing sportsmanship points according to how they act and treat one another.


Wayne, Kelly and Lindsey
The Glebe Field Day Ringmasters

2022 Glebe Field Day Survival Guide for Volunteers – final
(Uploaded on May 30, 2022)