Many parents are employed outside of the household with limited free time. Yet there are many ways that you can make a difference in your teen’s life here at Reagan High School.
Remember, you do not have to be highly educated to be a high school volunteer. You simply need to be concerned about your teen’s education and be willing to help in a way that fits your lifestyle. Here are some great volunteer opportunities:
AUDIENCE MEMBER – How easy is it to have fun? Attend some of our evening music concerts, theatrical productions, gallery exhibitions and sports games. Even if your teen doesn’t participate in an event, your support, applause and presence are desired to encourage young artists and athletes. View our website/calendar/newsletters for dates.
BLOOD DONOR – Be brave and set a great example. We host two annual blood drives to fill dwindling blood banks. Adults are needed to make life-giving contributions. Contact: Guidance Department
CAST PARTY COORDINATOR – We hold a potluck cast party to celebrate the success of each Fine Arts production and desire a host/hostess/team to set up the festive events. Channel your inner Martha Steward skills! Contact: Carrie Baker.
CHESS CHAMP – Do you know how to play this intriguing board game? Our bright Chess Club members need to learn more gaming strategies to improve their skills. Contact: Matt Wood
CONCESSIONS STAND MANAGER – This is the perfect fit if you are a sports fan. Our young athletes depend upon refreshment sales to pay for equipment and entrance fees. Help with the concession stand while enjoying some games. Contact: Keith Mayer.
COSTUMING ASSISTANT – This is a delightfully fun task. All it requires is a bit of sewing experience, a fun attitude, and the desire to help with our theatrical productions. Contact: Erica Breitbarth.
HAIR/MAKE-UP ARTIST – Do you have a flair with hair? Our performers need guidance with stage make-up and hair styles. You don’t have to be a professional to share your basic hands-on skills to turn our teens into stars. Contact: Carrie Baker.
IB EXAM MONITOR – IB exams require adults to be present during test-taking. No skills are required to monitor these sessions. Can you donate a few hours of your valuable time during the school day in early May? Contacct: Kathy Westrich.
PARENT MEETING PARTICIPANT – Stop in for our monthly SGC Parent Meetings. You will meet other concerned parents, learn about new programs, and have a voice in the direction of our school. View our calendar for dates. Contact: Parent Coordinator.