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Volunteer

Family and community involvement is the key to student success

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Kennewick School District. We welcome volunteers to help out in classrooms, at school events and on field trips. Contact your child's school to find out what volunteer opportunities are available during the school year. 

Volunteers are required to fill out an application each school year. Kennewick School District conducts criminal background checks on all applicants through the Washington State Patrol. There are no fees to applicants. Volunteers are expected to follow all current district policies/procedures and any current state health and safety protocols for schools while volunteering.

Volunteer Application

questions?

If you have questions about the volunteer application or background check process, contact:

Gail Barness
Human Resources Assistant
gail.barness@ksd.org 
(509) 222-7423

 

ATP (Action Team For Partnership)

 

Booster Groups

Many of our high schools have active booster groups for athletics and music. Check with individual high schools for options available. 

 

Parent-Teacher Organizations (PTOs)

Contact your child's school to find out if there is an active PTO and how to get involved.

 

Benton-Franklin Counties SEPTA (Special Education Parent Teacher Association)

Benton-Franklin Counties SEPTA is a valuable link between home and school, providing both with important information benefiting our children. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in children with special education needs and in how special needs can benefit the entire learning community. Meetings include informative and professional speakers who speak on various issues that can aid parents in helping their children achieve their personal best. For more information, contact Scott McDonald at (509) 308-6254 or Tamra Harrison at (509) 546-1246. Join the SEPTA Facebook group.

 

All community members are important collaboratorsKSD strategic goal