Get Involved

We have many different types of volunteer opportunities available at both the Junior High and the High School. The time commitments vary greatly among the different jobs, so we hope you will find something that might fit your schedule. Please contact the Volunteer coordinators below for the school that you are interested in volunteering. Be sure to get CORI'd (see sidebar).

Volunteer Coordinators 

Please contact either of the volunteer coordinators if you have any questions about volunteering or would like more information about a particular position before signing up. We would be glad to help you find the right place to help out!

Career Education at ABRHS - Help Wanted!

The Career Education program gets students thinking about and planning for future careers. We offer many opportunities for students to learn about different careers and follow their interests while providing them with tools and resources to succeed.  We count on help from the community and are looking for family members who might like to contribute to the high school's Career Education program by helping in any of the following ways:

  • Career Speakers
  • Job Shadow Host
  • Senior Internship Host
  • Informational and Mock Interviews

To learn more about these programs please visit our website: ABRHS Career Education.
We are interested in all career areas (business, sciences, trades, education, technology and more). If you are interested in helping out (or would like to refer someone) please fill out the form at this link:  ABRHS Career Education Form. If you have any questions please email us at this link: ABRHS Career Education Information.
Lindsay Rosenman, Genevieve Hammond and Melissa Dempsey
ABRHS Career Education Team

CORI for Volunteers 

The School System is required by law to have a cleared Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) form on file for all volunteers who might have direct and unmonitored contact with children when no other CORI cleared employee is present. It takes about two weeks for a form to be processed. Forms can be found in the school offices, and should be turned back in to the offices. Read about CORI Form Regulations

Any person who wants to volunteer in the schools must have a CORI check. CORI checks are mandated by the state for the protection of your children. If you have not been CORI'd since February 1, 2018, you must submit new CORI forms, which can be obtained at the Junior High and High School offices.