Interested in Volunteering at RGMS?
All classroom volunteers and chaperones must undergo fingerprinting, a background check, and review important safety videos. Volunteers engaged in one-time special events at the school typically do not need to complete this process, however, it's not a bad idea to get it done!
Information on fingerprinting and background checks is here. Fingerprinting must be completed at least 15 business days prior to chaperoning or volunteering.
Videos are available here. Please be sure to return certificates of completion to the school office or your child's teacher.
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities
Fingerprinting is not required for any of the below opportunities
Email us to let us know how you’d like to get involved!
Advocacy Committee Members: Advocacy is an important part of the PTSA's job in making the educational environment better for our children. The RGMS PTSA Advocacy Committee could use a few more hands. We need help to follow county school budgets/policies, educational advocacy groups and state education legislation, and to organize parents to act when needed. If you are interested in participating in the committee please email Advocacy Committee Chair, Alex Hirtle, at email@example.com
Community Events: The PTSA periodically organizes lunches, playdates and events (currently as long as COVID protocol allows) to build community and fundraise. We also coordinate volunteers to help the school staff and administration in different capacities and when they need it. We will be sending calls and signups for particular events, as we are often in need of planners, organizers, drivers, artists and other enthusiasts, but we also like to have a team “on call”. If you are interested, please email the Volunteer Committee Chair, Claudia Hernandez, at firstname.lastname@example.org