Volunteering in Our Schools

Volunteers make a major difference in the lives of children. We appreciate your support and hope that you will consider volunteering in our schools. 

Steps for First-Time and Renewing Volunteers 



  • After you complete the online application you will need to complete a Volunteer Completion/Renewal Form (also available at your school) so that we can process the required background check. (Please note: You will need to present a valid Driver’s License or ID at the time of your application)

Once your paperwork has been received and a background check is completed, you will receive an email regarding the results.  Once your background is approved, you will be able to volunteer in our schools. If you have any questions about volunteering or the application process, please contact Joyce Cowdery at 360.620.7291 or your school's Volunteer Coordinator (see list below).

Volunteering is a very rewarding experience. Our students and staff appreciate everything our volunteers do to help us reach our goal of academic success for all children. We can’t do it without you!
School Building
Volunteer Coordinators
 Phone Number
Armin Jahr Elementary
Alesa Schiano
(360) 473-4107

Crownhill Elementary
Emily Bach

(360) 473-4207
Kitsap Lake Elementary
Terri Beliveau
(360) 473-4307
Naval Avenue Early Learning Center
Julie Anderson
(360) 473-4407
View Ridge Elementary
Kim Trembley
(360) 473-4506
West Hills Elementary
Nichole Thorsen
(360) 473-4607
Mountain View Middle School
Michelle Kirkpatrick
(360) 473-0607
Bremerton High School
Martha Perryman
(360) 473-0806
Renaissance High School
Lisa Clifton
(360) 473-4706
West Sound Technical Skills Center
Loretta Robinett
(360) 473-0556

For more information on District Volunteer Opportunities, please contact our Parent/Volunteer Coordinator, Joyce Cowdery at 360.620.7291.
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Last Modified on August 24, 2016