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“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart.

We love our volunteers!

You are why it is great to be in Mashpee.

Getting Started

Want to be a volunteer? We would love to have you! We believe volunteers are vital to the success of the school and the students they serve. Volunteering for Mashpee Public Schools (MPS) is a great way to experience MPS from the inside and make things better for students and teachers.

We have a wide range of activities and there are countless ways you can lend a hand. For most opportunities, there is no experience necessary and no special skills required. A willingness to help will qualify you for many jobs, ranging from a one-time event to a weekly commitment. Still unsure how you can contribute? Come by the #WeAreMashpee site, at Mashpee Commons, and I’d be happy to help you.

Not sure what to do first? Here’s a guide to help you discover all the ways you can connect.

The Nitty Gritty

1. First fill out a Volunteer Application so we can get to know you and how you would like to help. Applications can be submitted online or dropped off at a school or the #WeAreMashpee site in the Mashpee Commons.

2. Next, all volunteers must have a CORI (Criminal offender record information) on file. Print the CORI Form and visit the superintendent’s office, with your picture ID. Once CORI is cleared you will obtain a picture ID from the Superintendent’s office which is to be worn at all times while in a school building.

3. Mashpee volunteers are expected to use discretion and treat all information as confidential. As a Mashpee Volunteer it is your responsibility to maintain the confidentiality of employee or student information, both written and verbal. Any matter of concern should be taken to the teacher or school principal.

Keep up-to-date on volunteer opportunities

Join our mailing list. As volunteer opportunities come available they will be posted on this website and emailed out to our mailing list. We welcome your feedback and questions. Contact our office via phone 508-419-1672 or email, Consuelo Carroll at Check out the box below for opportunities and contact me if you would like to volunteer.

Volunteer Opportunities

Read to Me (PK reading at KC Coombs) - Our goal is to have one on one reading relationships. We could use more readers, especially men. We have two male volunteers and we find the some of the boys prefer to be with males.

Quashnet School Store - Thursday's 11 am to 1:10 pm Dec 5th, Dec 12th, and Dec 19th. Students buy gifts and gift wrapping help is need. You can sign up for one or more Thursdays.

MMHS Art/Design - Help create bulletin board and art displays, Prep & Deliver student work to art nearby galleries for exhibits in spring, teach Fashion Design students sewing, knitting, or crocheting. No professional experience necessary for these.

Quashnet Art - Helping prep for art special... Cutting, paint, clean up... No artistic ability required. Taking photos on an IPAD for students folios, displaying art, assisting with students in daily tasks in creating art projects

Quashnet School Library - Reading to students during library hour. Grade 3 meets 2:45-3:30. I think once a week each would be good. Days available are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday. I would prefer separate days so that more kids are getting the opportunity to read/share with someone. Thanks for helping me get this idea going.

Do you have sewing skills?- We need help sewing 44 dolls to be used in the Early Childhood education class. The pattern calls for a simple hem stitch. Sewing would be done the first week in December or the week before Thanksgiving.

Spanish Cultural Day -Looking for Spanish ball room dancers, and musicians to be part of a performance or to volunteer to teach students and teachers. The event is being planned for this Spring. Contact us you if you can help.

Middle High School Science- January 14 - Science Fair . Volunteer experienced in a science-related field or history field. Provide support in the classroom setting. Share expertise on field trips. Be a guest lecturer on a particular topic

MMHS Senior Seminar Class— Mentors during Senior Seminar class either daily or weekly. There is no set time for this, it will change each day. We have over 60 students and we know we will need help when we get to presentations.

We have a series of presentations and are in need of someone either to assist a teacher while another teacher takes a group out to do presentations in small groups or the person would evaluate the students in their presentations while we work with students in the classroom.

MMHS Special Education—Internships for students , in the community.

MMHS Music—one on one instrumental lessons.