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Research shows that students whose parents are involved in their school get better grades, do better on tests and have fewer disciplinary problems at school.

 What is your talent?  Community outreach, back to school activities, spirit gear, RAM Perks reward program, assisting with the book fair, the Reflections art program, fall donation drive, visiting author receptions, or providing items for events like our teacher/staff luncheons, intercessions and State testing.

 While you DO NOT need to be a member of PTSA to be a volunteer, we would like to invite all adults AND students with an interest in RMS to join and have a voice in how PTSA funds are used to support RMS.  Volunteer forms are in the back to school packets or may be found on the Forms page.


Book Fair

  • Assist students, assist with checkout

Community Rewards

  • Coordinate with local grocery stores and/or other applicable businesses that offer community reward programs. Also, raise awareness to parents and provide incentive for them to sign up so the RMS PTSA receives the maximum benefit.  These include Kroger, Food City, and Amazon Smile.

Donation Drive

  • Make & distribute flyer, help with prize distribution, collect & count money.

Grant Writing

  • Prepare grant proposals to fund programs and items that will support our students, teachers and school.


  • Set up and clean up at events such as: teacher’s back to school lunch, school board and city council breakfast, teacher-staff appreciation lunches as well as the donations of needed items  such as food -homemade/store bought, refreshments, paper-ware, and utensils.


  • Put together orientation packets for teachers to pick up.  This is done the week before school begins.

STEM Night

  • Assist with an activity, set up stations, and clean up after the event.

Spirit Gear

  • Ordering the spirit wear, work with the PTSA board in selecting the logo, style, color and clothing that will be offered during the sale.

  • Assist with printing and distribution of flyers.

  • Collecting and tallying all orders

  • Collecting payment for items.

  • Distributing clothing after the sale has been completed.

  • Time Frame:   This sale usually takes place at the beginning of School and runs about 2 weeks

RAM Perks

  • Copy RAM Perk tickets (color coded for grade levels) which can be done every 2 - 3 weeks

  • Cut Perk tickets

  • Stapling Perk tickets as needed for academic award assemblies

  • Make sure the jars for each grade level are full with tickets

  • Restocked and maintain RAM Perks cart

  • Prepare FB request or an email with what items need to be donated for the cart


Reflections Art Program

  • Explain the Reflections Program to the principal and school staff; encourage their support and participation. Inform parents and community members. Share information about the Reflections Program at a PTA meeting, share examples of last year’s entries and have current entry forms and rules available for distribution.

  • Publicize the Reflections Program, theme and due dates in the school or PTA newsletter. The local newspaper or cable TV station also could be contacted for publicity.

  • Select impartial, qualified judges. Inform judges of the criteria to be used in evaluating/judging Reflections Program entries. (Refer to the rules for each art category.) Remember to accept the judges’ selections of winning entries.

Nomination Committee

PTSA officer elections are held once per year.  This opportunity requires at least 2 parents.

  • Outreach to RMS parents begins in March through email and conversations with interested parents.

  • In April a list of nominees is presented and voted on by the PTSA board and members.

  • In May the four officers for the upcoming school year are announced.

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