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On-Going Opportunities:

Breakfast Club

To volunteer to help with Breakfast Club please click here

Lunch Monitor

To volunteer for Lunches please click here.


To volunteer to help with AM or PM "Driveline" please click here.

Homework Club

A great way to avoid waiting in afternoon drive-line, and maybe even take your own child home with homework complete.  This opportunity is after school and only requires volunteers to monitor students (no tutoring involved).  If you are interested, please click here.

TSA Volunteer

To volunteer for TSA or provide snacks please click here.

Volunteer of the Month for 

March 2016:

Congratulations to Teri Tappin, our volunteer of the month for March with 58.11 hours!  We appreciate your donations, thank you!

Current Opportunities:

Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week

We have a wonderful new parent that is willing to head up Staff Appreciation Week this year. 
We are looking for volunteers that are willing to help.  
If you would like to help by
volunteering, click here.
If you would like to help by
donating/lending, click here.

PE Assessments Volunteers needed:

Hello, Parents!  Do you enjoy running and/or spending time outdoors?  Come volunteer to help Mrs. Evil and her middle school P.E. classes!  Classes will be completing their third and fourth Fitness Assessments on these days and we will be running the mile loop around campus.  Your job will be to help supervise students along the path to make sure we keep track of everyone.  You can volunteer for any number of class periods; there is availability for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th on two separate days!  Each one will provide you with one hour of volunteer time.  Please come dressed for the weather that day, as you will be spending your time outside and about 1/2 mile away from the school.  Click here to sign-up.

Chaperones Needed for After Prom:

We are looking for 10 parent volunteers to help in chaperoning/working the After-Prom from 12am-3am.
We are also in need of donations for Prom and After-Prom.
Please contact Mrs. Dobos with questions at nikki.dobos@stemhigh.org if you are interested in helping. 

Click here to view the sign up sheet for Prom and After-Prom needs

K-5 Meet and Greet

We would like to welcome all of our incoming K-5 families to our community!  On May 23rd, we will have a Meet and Greet Open House in the elementary commons. Join us from 5:00 - 6:30 pm,  to learn more about starting your student in the fall, and meet other families and staff. We will have an additional event in early August if you are unable to attend.  If you are interested in helping to organize this event, please sign up here.  


STEM will be hosting it's first Comic Con event at the school on Saturday May 7th, featuring local graphic artists, community vendors, food, and the students of STEM. Cosplay contest! Fun for all ages!
Check out the website at www.stemcon2016.com or contact us at info@stemcon2016.com
Parent meeting March 14th at 6:30pm in the HS commons
Volunteer Opportunities 

Dear Parent's of STEM,
STEM Student Council is asking for donations for STEM Con.
-Thanks Student of STEM Student Council.

Donation Opportunities:

Dear STEM Parents,

Our English Enrichment class serves students who need extra support in the areas of reading, vocabulary, and other Language Arts related skills. These students work on a program called Reading Plus that allows them to Level Up once they have mastered a skill set for a certain grade level. 

The goal is to encourage students to meet their weekly progress set by the program and in so doing Level Up progressively until they reach their current grade level's skill set or beyond. 

To provide positive incentive, we are offering prizes for a variety of achievement categories at the end of the year. 

We are requesting donations of five $25 gift cards to help support these students' hard work and achievements. 

Your donation will go to the cause of increasing literacy and building positive associations with reading and language arts practice. 

To sign up, click here

Thank you so much!

Mrs. Christian

                                After-Prom Donations:

As HS Student Government plans for After-Prom this year, we would like to put on a raffle to give away items that students may need for life after high school. Please drop off any items you wish to donate to the HS front office, labled After Prom/Dobos. We are looking for donations for any of the following:

College life

Gift Cards/ Gift Card Basket

  • Starbucks
  • Amazon
  • Restaurants
  • Gas Stations
  • Ikea
  • Clothing stores
  • Grocery stores
  • "Sick Basket"
  • “Snack Basket”
  • Book: Where’s Mom Now That I Need Her
  • Book: All The Places You’ll Go


  • Organization Items for Dorm Rooms/apartments
  • Sheets/Bedding unisex colors
  • Posters
  • Desk Lamp
  • Desk Organizers
  • Closet Organizers


  • Mini Fridge
  • Microwave small
  • Coffee Press/Coffee Maker/Keurig
  • Keurig Pods (variety of flavors)
  • Toaster
  • Blender


  • Shower Caddy
  • Towel Sets
  • Bed, Bath, and Beyond gift cards
  • Bath and Body Works gift cards


  • Laundry Detergent
  • Laundry Baskets collapsable
  • Roll of Quarters
  • Iron/Ironing Board mini
  • Hampers
  • Small sewing kit
  • “Clean Kit”
  • Bed, Bath, and Beyond gift cards
  • Bath and Body Works gift cards

Going to Class

  • Surface Tablet
  • Macbook
  • Backpack
  • Portable Hard Drive


  • TV flat screen, any size
  • Bicycle
  • Bike Lock
  • Skateboard
  • Sports equipment/balls
  • Ski Passes
  • Bluetooth speaker/ihome
  • Game console
  • Headphones
  • DVD/Blu-ray player
  • DVD/Blu-Ray movies
To sign up click here

Remember that every $20 = 1 volunteer hour
Just make the conversion and log in the appropriate event.
 PLEASE LABEL and Deliver your items to the front desk.
 Log your donation in HelpCounter for your hours
 Thank you!!

Volunteering Basics:

Thank you to our volunteers at STEM School and Academy!  We wouldn't be here without everyone who contributes -- our successes are truly a group effort.  
Our charter requires a commitment of 30 volunteer hours per family (15 per single parent families).  
To help make volunteering seamless, we are using the software system, HelpCounter, to:
  • Set-up family accounts for volunteer requirements
  • Track and log volunteer hours completed
  • Select “interest” areas which will allow us to contact you with volunteer opportunities                                                                            

When volunteer opportunities become available within the area of interest that you have chosen, you will be emailed with a sign up link.

There are often donation opportunities available as well.  

Every $20 = 1 volunteer hour, and can be logged just like all other hours.  

Set up your account:
  • One benefit of our volunteer system is that when you sign in at the front desk, your volunteer hours will automatically be logged for you.  You will also have the capability to log hours from home.
  • To get your account startedrequest your password, or log your hours,       click here          
  • Please be sure to create your account as a family (ie: Jack & Jill Hill)
  • If you feel like you will both be here at the same time and want separate accounts, please let us know by clicking this link so that we can link your accounts and give full credit when adding up hours.  
  • Also, be sure to let us know by clicking this link if you are a single parent family.

Thank you, and please let me know if I can answer any questions for you,

Kathy Reid
Volunteer Coordinator


Volunteer with us......

Kathy Reid (
STEM School and Academy Volunteer Coordinator