• Volunteers are helping hands

    Volunteer Celebration Invite 4-27-17  

    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 

    You can complete an online volunteer application right from your home computer, or use the computer at your school.
    After you complete the online application you will need to present a valid Driver’s License or photo ID (it must show your date of birth) at the school or Superintendent's Office at the Administration Building so we can process the required background check. PLEASE NOTE: It is unlawful to copy Military IDs for this purpose.  Please bring an alternative form of photo ID to be copied.

    Once your valid ID has been received and a background check is completed, you will receive an email regarding the results.  If 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
 Crownhill Elementary
 Kitsap Lake Elementary
 Naval Avenue Early Learning Center
 View Ridge Elementary
 West Hills Elementary
 Mountain View Middle School
 Bremerton High School
 Renaissance High School
 West Sound Technical Skills Center
  • 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 April 10, 2017