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Community Education and Volunteer Program

Mission Statement:

The Community Education Program at Mason County Schools will provide lifelong learning experiences, promote the inclusion of the community within our schools, and collaborate with local agencies to best address the needs of our community.  All interested citizens are invited to participate.

Calendar of Community Events:

Reach out to the contact below if you have any questions about events or would like us to add an event to our calendar.

Mason County School District Volunteer Program

  • Our program is most successful-- The Mason County School District Volunteer Program is one of the most successful statewide. In the 2017-2018 school year, over 62,000 approved volunteer hours were logged. We currently have 377 volunteers throughout the school district. 
  • Assisting throughout our district -- Volunteer hours are compiled from Straub Elementary, MCIS, MCMS, and MCHS. Additionally, Extra-Curricular activities and Co-Curricular activities from within the district. 
  • Volunteer duties-- Volunteers lead discussions, collaborate, brainstorm, read aloud, assist children, sound out words, listen to students read, attend field trips, promote literacy and ultimately set our students up for success. 
  • Nothing is too small-- Our Volunteers range from assisting in classrooms, decorating and creating displays, playing games to answering questions. There is a need for many different duties/volunteers. 

Volunteer Application


Opportunities for involvement

Mason County Community & Volunteer Services-Mason County School District 
Angie Black, Community Education Director - 606-564-7755 ext. 3504