Volunteer Overview

  • Volunteers Are A Gift
    Volunteers are a gift to the community and specifically to Pewaukee School District. The variety of talents, level of enthusiasm, and tremendous support shared with our students and school community is greatly appreciated. Check out the videos to see what volunteering looks like in Pewaukee School District.

    Thank you

    If you have a genuine interest in helping students and can commit to a one-time event or a regular weekly schedule, we need your help. 

    Expert Listening Classroom helpers, Library helpers, Math Mentors, Expert Listeners with the reading program, field trip chaperons, leaders at Camp Whitcomb, special events, clerical assistance, preparing materials and displaying artwork from class projects are just some of the many ways volunteers contribute to enriched student learning success at Pewaukee schools. Please consider joining our crew of dedicated volunteers. 

    Mission Statement
    The Pewaukee School District will establish connected relationships within the greater Pewaukee community. Giving to and receiving from the community strengthens these bonds by developing a greater understanding of how each entity reaches their mission for the greater good of all citizens in the Village and City of Pewaukee.

Volunteer Application

Volunteer Opportunities

  • There are many ways to get involved as a volunteer in the Pewaukee School District. Check out some of the open opportunities available. Whether you are interested in helping with one-time events and short-term tasks or have availability to partner in programs that meet on a regular basis, your time and contributions matter. Contact Lisa Jannsen, District Volunteer Coordinator, jannlis@pewaukeeschools.org to learn more and sign-up to volunteer at the Pewaukee school you choose.
    For a complete list of current volunteer opportunities, click here. (Note: Volunteers must have a current approved Volunteer Application on file with the Pewaukee School District to be eligible to participate in volunteer activities with students and/or in the schools. If you are not a current approved volunteer and would like to be, complete the online volunteer application located on this page.)
    Pewaukee Lake Elementary and Horizon Elementary Schools
    • Bus Monitor 
    • Classroom Helper
    • Beginning of the year tasks
    • Expert Listener (Reading Program)
    • Math Mentor
    • Library Helper
    • Lunch Supervision
    • Clerical Assistance
    • Art Room or Maker Space Assistance
    • Special Projects and Events
    ...and so much more.
    Pewaukee High School
    • Insight Program - Mentors and Guest Speakers 
    Share details about your profession and career experience with a high school student matched with you. This opportunity helps students decide their career paths and is a monthly commitment for the school year. Contact Adriana Plach at placadr@pewaukeeschools.org for more details.