Pomperaug Regional School District 15


If you wish to volunteer in any of the Region 15 schools, please contact the principal at the particular school in which you would like to volunteer.

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Volunteers are needed in the following areas, among others:

  • Classroom assistants (clerical activities)
  • Readers
  • Art Show set-up/break-down (at right)
  • Library aides
  • Pomperaug High School Grad Nite (various opportunities)
  • PTO committees
  • District committees

In the spring, the Region 15 Board of Education recognizes the Volunteers of the Year, as named by each school's principal. (2013 Volunteers of the Year)

Additionally, all volunteers are thanked by Region 15 in Voices.

PHS    MMS     RMS      GES       LMES      MES     PES


Quotes from some of our Volunteers:

"I'm proud to be a part of 'Project Success' so that IBM can help students learn the tools they need to set and achieve their goals. My children went through Region 15 and they learned resume building and interviewing skills that were extremely valuable skills and experiences." --Howie Miller 

“I enjoy being in the school and interacting with the children, especially seeing so many happy, smiley faces. All the children are polite, genuine and a joy to be around, making volunteering a real pleasure.” --Amy Falk

“Volunteering is not only a privilege in making a change and contribution to the quality of our town and school system but an opportunity to teach our children the responsibility, significance and impact of the gift of caring, generosity and giving back.” --Tony DaCunha

“I feel very honored and privileged to be in a position to give back to my community. I feel like I owe it to my family, myself and the many people who have made an impact on my life.” --Amy Englander DeWitt

“When I volunteer at school I am sending the message to my children: Your school experience is important to me and it is worth a little bit of my time and effort to help make this time the best it can be.” --Marge Skinger

“My mom's influence got me into volunteering. The teachers and staff in Region 15 are dedicated to educating our children and preparing them for the future. I enjoy helping them out wherever I can as my way of giving back.”  --Sue Isaacs

“Twenty-four years ago, I graduated from MMS.  I'm happy to be part of MMS again, now as a parent, and I'm glad that I have the opportunity to help out.” --Theresa Bueno

“I like to help wherever and whenever I can: at my son’s school as the MES Back to School Ice Cream Social coordinator for five years, as well as for Boy Scouts and my church.” --Karen Capodanno

“Volunteering at Gainfield is rewarding; I enjoy supporting the school community while also teaching my children the importance of helping others.”  --Becky Marciano