Volunteers fill an important role in all our Tacoma Public Schools.
Dedicated volunteers can mentor and inspire students and provide new opportunities beyond what schools can. Today, it takes a whole village to educate and prepare students for living and working in the 21st century. Whether you are a member of your community with no children in school, a parent interested in helping in a classroom or a motivated student looking to give back, the Tacoma Public Schools can use your help!
Just fill out the volunteer form and contact the school where you want to volunteer or call the Community Partnership Office at 253.571.7980 for additional ideas of how you can help out.
Los voluntarios desempeñan un papel importante en todas las escuelas públicas nuestros Tacoma. Voluntarios dedicados y mentor puede inspirar a los estudiantes y brindar nuevas oportunidades más allá de lo que las escuelas pueden. Hoy en día, se necesita el trabajo de todo un pueblo para educar y preparar a los estudiantes para vivir y trabajar en el siglo 21. Si usted es un miembro de su comunidad que no pueden tener hijos en la escuela, los padres interesados en ayudar en un aula o un estudiante motivado buscando a la Tacoma escuelas públicas pueden utilizar su ayuda!
Sólo tienes que rellenar un formulario voluntarios y póngase en contacto con el colegio en el que desea ser voluntario o llame a la Oficina de Asociación Comunidad en 253.571.7980 para obtener más ideas de cómo puede ayudar.
The Tacoma Public Schools Partnership Office is a cooperative between students, families, schools, school districts, and the greater Tacoma community. Partners are committed to supporting student academic success and the whole child. Partners work with and invest in the education of our children and youth—whose future, in turn, will affect the quality of life in the entire Tacoma community.
Central Administration Building
601 South 8th St Rm# 216
Tacoma, WA 98405
Donate to the Student Access and Technology Fund
TO DONATE BY CHECK, send it to: Foundation for Tacoma Students, 919 South 9th Street, Tacoma WA 98405. Write "Student Access and Technology Fund" on the memo line.”
The city of Tacoma, located on Puget Sound in the heart of the Pacific Northwest's "evergreen playground," has nearly 66 miles of shoreline and many parks, including Point Defiance Park - one of the largest urban parks in the US - with a world-class zoo and aquarium. The city of Seattle, ocean beaches and mountains are all within easy driving distance.
Tacoma has a culturally diverse population of over 200,000. People of all ages enjoy numerous museums, such as the Washington State Historical Museum, the Tacoma Art Museum and the Museum of Glass; theater productions; art galleries; a fine library system; musical entertainment; and many local events. The Tacoma Dome hosts sports and entertainment activities, and Cheney Stadium is home to a professional AAA baseball team.
Tacoma also has several universities: the University of Puget Sound, Pacific Lutheran University and the University of Washington Tacoma. Joint Base Lewis McChord and Madigan Army Hospital further enhance the Tacoma community.
- City of Tacoma
- Graduate Tacoma
- Metropolitan Parks
- Museum of Glass
- Pierce County
- Pierce Transit
- Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium
- Port of Tacoma
- Tacoma Art Museum
- Tacoma Council of PTA
- Tacoma Dome
- Tacoma News Tribune
- Tacoma Public Library
- Tacoma Weekly
- United Way of Pierce County
- Washington State Historical Society