Richmond School Welcomes Volunteers...

Dear Richmond Families,

 I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your willingness to volunteer and support the educational journey of our Richmond students.  Our mission statement says: “Through partnerships with families, community members, students, and fellow educators, Richmond School District will be recognized for its academic excellence by developing the whole student to become a life-long learner.”  It is through our volunteer program that parents and community members can assist in meeting our mission.

This year, all participants who plan to volunteer on a regular basis in the classroom or library setting, working with children, will be required to complete a background check and a sign off of our volunteer handbook.  This type of volunteer position is known as Staff Support, according to the volunteer handbook terminology.

Thank you again for your support and willingness to volunteer and work with our students and staff.  We value your partnership and look forward to working with you during the 2019-2020 school year.


Dr. Jeanne Siegenthaler
Richmond School District

If you would like to become a volunteer at Richmond School, please contact Jane Vetter at 262-538-1360.



There are many ways to make a difference in the lives of children at Richmond School and Richmond values and embraces community and parent involvement. We hope you will consider one of the following ways to give a “little time for a big difference” for children at Richmond.


Staff Support Team Volunteers – If you would like to volunteer on a regular basis at a specific time in a specific area then this is for you! These volunteers receive training and are assigned regular weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly duties. Examples include: helping in the LMC or classrooms.


On-Call / As Needed Volunteers – If you are unable to make a commitment to a scheduled volunteer activity, consider signing up for the On Call/As Needed list. This group of volunteers assists with opportunities that come up during the school year that require a brief commitment. Examples include: providing snacks for faculty, helping at picture day, assisting during school-wide events.


PTOBC Volunteers – The Richmond PTOBC sponsors events and raises money for large and small projects. To get involved in committee work, contact a PTO or Booster Club representative.


Time with Your Child – Want to chaperone a field trip from time to time, help at a classroom event, or be involved in a school activity? Notices throughout the school year will be sent home from room parents regarding these volunteer needs. If you are interested, be sure to contact the grade level room parent or classroom teacher.