Volunteers play an important and valuable role in the Rogers Public Schools. Students, teachers, staff, parents and the community all benefit from the work of individuals who volunteer their talents and resources. Each year, over 1,500 volunteers contribute 50,000 hours to help our students and this is one of the reasons the Rogers School District is able to offer a high-quality education to the future of our community.

If you would like to volunteer, please contact the volunteer coordinator at any of our schools. Your help would be very appreciated. Check out our volunteer information and guidelines brochure.


                             Ways Volunteers Can Help
Read to children Listen to children read
Conduct flash card drills Provide individual help
Assist in learning centers Set up learning centers
Help contact parents Photocopy materials
Work in health room Work in library
Check out audio-visual equipment Practice vocabulary with ESOL students
Make instructional games Play games at recess
Assist with vision testing Assist with hearing testing
Prepare materials Prepare bulletin boards
Help with book fairs Work with struggling students
Reinforce sight words Help select library books
Chaperone field trips Chaperone dances
Make props for plays Set up or run bookstore
Gather resource materials Help children learn to type
Help children with arts and crafts Help with cooking projects
Check out books from public library Set up science experiments
Take attendance Collect lunch money
Escort children to restroom, library, cafeteria Make list of library resources
Prepare classroom materials Supervise groups taking tests
Discuss careers and hobbies Show a video
Reinforce learning of the alphabet Reinforce recognition of numerals
Drill recognition of color words Assist with typing
Talk to children - be a mentor Help children with motor skills problems
Help children learn a foreign language Help students play an instrument
Make puppets Help with handwriting practice
Dramatize a story Drill spelling words
Set up a "grocery store" to practice math skills Share knowledge and experiences
Demonstrate skills Help prepare assembly programs
Discuss safety Beautify school grounds
Participate in PTA/PTO activities Help with fund-raising projects
Work on school newsletter Ask others to volunteer
Make materials at home Supervise a class while a teacher attends a conference
Make attendance calls Repair toys and classroom materials
Take students on a tour of your business Be a WatchDog Dad