The more families and communities are involved in our school, the more likely our students will succeed. There are many ways for you to get involved. We encourage families to join our Parent Teacher Association (PTA). You can also find our PTA on Facebook. They post volunteer opportunities at Volunteer Spot.
And whether you’re a parent or community member, we invite you to volunteer in our school. Or consider mentoring a student one-on-one through our district mentor program. Our district also supports partnerships with community organizations.
Apply to Volunteer
Volunteering only takes a few simple steps:
- Start by filling out the Volunteer Disclosure form.
- Tell us a little about yourself and your areas of interest. Fill out the Volunteer Application.
- Bring the forms, along with your ID, to our main office. Ask for our volunteer coordinator, Kathy Mulligan.
- After we get the results of your background check, our volunteer coordinator will match your expertise, interests and skills with available volunteer opportunities.
If you’re 62 or older, your volunteer service may also qualify you for a tax break. Visit our district website to learn more.
All volunteers must submit to a criminal background check. We will not accept volunteers who have been convicted of crimes against children or other violent crimes. We ask volunteers to re-apply every two years to keep this information updated.
We also ask volunteers — even regular volunteers — to sign in and wear identification each time they visit our schools. That way, new staff and parents can welcome you and identify visitors to our schools.