Absolutely no way. Then again we all have different standards.
I was thinking the other day about what I do when I and others serve Mass at my parish.
First we set-up the sacred vessels, linens, gifts, bells, etc. from the sacristy to the credence table. Admittidly some parishes have sacristans that do that. Serving at a parish with 3 priests (who each like a little different set-up) this prt alone can be a challange.
Did we check to see how many hosts are reposed in the tabernacle – both the “regular” hosts and the smaller/thinner ones preferred by the elderly/ill?
Then we servers set the ribbons for the Sacramentary and the Lectionary. After they have been reviewed we place them on the credence and ambo.
Then we vest and figure out who is going to do what.
Once that’s done you light the candles.
Will there be incense at the Mass? At what points will we incense? In the absence of a deacon does the celebrant what one of us to cense him and the faithful?
How about the rite of sprinkling? Is that gonna happen this morning? Whole is going to hold the bucket and walk with Fr? Because of the size of the church does Fr. want one of us servers to do some of the sprinkling in the absence of other priests or deacons?
Once the Mass begins have we made sure that we have a glass of water for celebrant #A or if it’s celebrant #B have we placed an extra hand towel near his chair to help with his excess sweating?
What happens if Fr’s battary-powered mic goes dead during Mass. Are we prepared well enough to have a spare battary in our pockets? Are we wearing vestments that allow access to our pockets?
I could continue on and on but no child server that I know of was ready to go after 3-4 Masses. I guess that’s probably the same at your parish else there wouldn’t be a need for a “captain server.”