Volunteer Opportunities

The best thing you can do as an advocate for your child and their education is to get involved!

Attend meetings - Board, PTSA, SITE Council, and Parent/Teacher Conferences. Come to family nights and fund raisers.

Volunteer if you have the time, donate money or supplies if you are able. 

When your child sees that you are involved in, and value their education, they will invest even more.

Governing Board Information

 Visit our Governing Board pages that give personal information on each Board member, agendas for upcoming Study Sessions and Governing Board meetings, along with agendas and meeting minutes for past meetings. 


Parent Teacher Student Associations (PTSA)

 The purpose of the PTSA is to provide a vehicle for parents to support both the school their child attends and their child. The PTSAs at each campus hold monthly meetings, organize and run fund-raisers providing monetary support to the school, and organize and run activities to celebrate the success of their students/children. Without the support of the PTSA, our schools would be much poorer. 


Site Councils:

The site councils at each school are designed to work with the teachers and principal to ensure a quality educational program. The Site Councils are also the "news spreaders" in the school. Part of their job is to make sure all parents know what is going on at their school. 



Teachers can always use help! So can cafe ladies, school nurses, librarians, and office managers!  Reach out to your child's school if you have time to help out.  Even an hour a month can make a difference.  If you have even more time, great! Put your skills to work helping your child's school.  Your kids will love seeing you on campus, and it helps them to know that you value their education.


The Nadaburg Education Foundation

The Nadaburg Education Foundation (NEF) is a not for profit group that independently seeks donations in support of our district.  The NEF is not a part of our district, and it is not the same as the Arizona Tax Credit, but is another means of raising money to help fund teacher grants and pay for programs that our current budget cannot support.