The Museum School

parent volunteer hours

Per the terms of enrollment, parents of Museum School students are expected to contribute volunteer hours each academic year. Families with one enrolled Museum School student must contribute at least 15 hours, families with more than one enrolled student must contribute at least 30 hours.

Visit to log and submit your volunteer hours electronically.

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parental involvement

parents: an integral part of the equation

Like most charter schools, The Museum School depends for its success on parents playing an active role in their children's education. Ours is a school built by the community, for the community, and family involvement is at the heart of our school. We are grateful for the wonderful support shown by Museum School families.

Parents of Museum School students sign an agreement to contribute a minimum number of volunteer hours each year, and many parents contribute countless more hours than the minimum. There are many opportunities to get involved: helping teachers in the classroom, chaperoning learning expeditions, assisting with morning arrival and afternoon dimissal, pitching in to help with lunch hours. In addition, parents may contribute by manning activity booths at our annual Fall Festival or at local community festivals. In addition, The Museum School offers many opportunities for parents to serve on committees and task forces.

Volunteer Opportunities

For more volunteer opportunities, be sure to read the Sunday newsletter or check in with your child's teacher.

Explorer Dash

March 28

Pizza with the Principal

April 16

Spring Portrait Volunteers

April 13-17

Donations: Classroom and Break Room Supplies


Lunch Volunteers


PTO Planning Committee


Photography Team


Media Center Volunteers


Help Spread the Word

The Museum School is looking for volunteers for its Student Recruitment Committee. The committee works to increase awareness of The Museum School throughout the attendance zone and needs assistance telling parents of age-eligible children about the exciting education opportunities here.

Committee members contact churches, daycares, apartment complexes and neighborhood associations within the attendance zone, staff information tables at local events and venues, post school literature at local businesses and contact realtors to communicate information to agents. To volunteer for the committee, please email Tabatha Palmer at