• Volunteer Opportunities At KMS



    ContactAnnette Marshall: amarshall34@sbcglobal.net

    • Bingo Night - Chair, sell raffle tickets, sellBingo cards, sell baked goods
    • ScholasticBook Fair - Chair, work a shift for sellingbooks, setup, take down
    • Fundraising - Chair or distribute
    • StaffAppreciation Luncheon - Set-up, clean-up, decorate, bake,and serve
    • Baking- Bake for bake sales, luncheons
    • PTA Events - Various opportunities
    • Graduation (8th Grade Parents) - Plan & execute theme, food& prizes for graduation night celebration; parents meet monthly

    Family Resource Center 

    ContactBernadette Butler – Community Schools Coordinator: bbutler@rcsdk8.net

    • SecondHarvest - help with the monthly"produce-mobile"
    • Events - various opportunities
    • TranslationServices- helptranslate English and Spanish in written and verbal communication 

    School Dances

    ContactAssistant Principal - Christine Hiltbrand: chiltbrand@rcsdk8.net

    • Chaperone - Check in/out backpacks, chaperonefloor, sell refreshments  

    Office Help

    Contact Assistant Principal - ChuckKrause: ckrause@rcsdk8.net

    • ComputerSkills - Prepare and distribute flyers forevents or for teachers
    • Student Of The Month - scoop ice cream and preparesundaes during lunch hours 

    Music Department

    ContactEsther Hollander:ehollander@rcsdk8.net

    • Phone Calls - occasional phone calls to families to deliver messages orremind them they signed up to volunteer for a special activity/event; Ifyou can speak Spanish, you can give messages to Spanish-speaking families.
    • Band and Orchestra Uniforms - Put students’ names on shirts fordistribution (can be done at home.) - Pick shirts up from printing company(on Arques Ave, RWC) - Wipe off uniform shoes over summer and polish eachpair. (Polish provided.) - Wash uniform pants over summer and press. - Washvests over summer.
    • Maze Day - help cover a 2-hour shift
    • Concerts - Checkin students before concert begins & and call missing students - Monitorstudents before performance -Sit with students to help them to stay quiet
    • Assemblies - Return stands & equipment to musicroom/cleanup - Bring students who need a ride to and from concert -Purchaseand chill ice water for musicians who perform for graduation ($ to bereimbursed.)
    • Occasional Helpers - Photocopy Peninsula Youth OrchestraSummer Music Camp Flyer (early May.) - Type and copy programs forconcerts. (School copy machine and paper may be used.) - Monitor studentscleaning instruments & uniform/music collection inJune. - Cookie, brownie bakers/Ice cream scoopers - Count andbundle Campbell soup labels. - Run occasional errands
    • Car Wash-a-thon - Help collect donations for prizes tomotivate students to participate. - Meet before the car wash to plan thesetup, lunches, etc. - come to check-in students the day of the car washand collect their sponsor cards.