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Volunteer Information

PTA is a member-driven association. Much of the day-to-day work of a PTA is led by the Leadership Team which consists of Officers, Board of Directors and Committee Coordinators. The Leadership Team, along with our volunteers allows us to meet PTA’s goals and fulfill PTA’s mission.

RMS PTA works through various committees in the areas of Fundraising, Programs

and Hospitality to help ensure student success. Our work would not be possible without the time and talents of the individuals that make up these committees.

Listed below are ways for you to volunteer and have a direct impact on students. Volunteers will work alongside Committee Chairs with opportunities to serve during the school day, evenings, weekends, at home and on school grounds.


Please consider using your unique gifts, talents, and resources to support the Rolesville Middle School community - Volunteer with the PTA and see the difference you can make!


Box Tops -  check expiration dates on each Box Top, count and record amounts.
When:  Year-Round / Fall & Spring - Day, evenings, Weekends – you choose! 

Where:  School / Home 

Time Commitment:  Flexible – As your schedule allows

Corporate Sponsors – reach out to local business to solicit donations (monetary / in-kind) and collect donations
When:  Year-Round / As Needed – Days, Evenings, Weekends  

Where:  Rolesville / Wake Forest / Raleigh Communities 

Time Commitment:  Flexible – As your schedule allows

Book Fair –  set up / break down event.  Assist students with purchases. Replenishing stock of items.
When:  Two weeks in Feb      

Where:  School Media Center   

Time Commitment:  1-2 hour shifts

Spirit Wear - set up / break down Spirit Wear store, Sell and distribute purchases during RMS events 

When:  ~4 Events Year Round /  During School Hours & Evenings 

Where:  School Front Lobby / School Store 

Time Commitment:  1-2 hour shifts





8th Grade Celebration – set up / break down tables, decorations and serve refreshments.

When:  May/June (3 events times) - Mornings/Afternoon 

Where:  School Cafetorium  

Time Commitment:  2 hour shifts


Beautification -  general grounds cleanup, weeding, seasonal planting & container garden maintenance.
When:  Year-Round / As Needed - Day, Evenings, Weekends  

Where:  School Grounds  

Time Commitment:  Flexible – As schedules allow

Community Service – assist students with donation drop offs, sort and organize donations.
When:  Jan/Feb Time Frame -  Morning School Hours  (Other events will be scheduled as needed) 

Where:  School Front Lobby / RMS Food Pantry 

Time Commitment:  1 hour shifts

Testing/EOG Proctor –  ensure classrooms remain orderly, quiet and that students are following directions and not sharing responses.  *Training is required and will be provided the morning of your scheduled proctor day. 
When:  May/June Time Frame -  Morning School Hours  

Where: Classrooms 

Time Commitment:  4 hour shifts,


Remarkable Rams - prepare quarterly rewards for scholars. 
When:  monthly / year – Before school opening - 9am or dropped off.  

Where:  Media Center or Cafetorium  

Time Commitment:  1-3 hours shifts 


Staff Appreciation Week –  set up / break down tables, decorate, prepare and serve food. 
When:  One week in May / During School Hours 

Where:  Teacher’s Lounge 

Time Commitment:  1-3 hour shifts

Staff Lunches –  set up / break down tables, decorate, prepare and serve food.
When:  8-9 x / year – During School Hours 

Where:  Family & Consumer Science Room and Cafetorium  

Time Commitment:  1-3 hours shifts 

Welcome Back to School Lunch – Set up / break down tables, decorate, prepare and serve food.
When:  1 day The First Week In July / Daytime Hours 

Where:  Family & Consumer Science Room and Cafetorium 

Time Commitment:  1-3 hours shifts 

Let's Talk!

Thank You for your interest in volunteering with the RMS PTA.  If you have questions about volunteering, need help figuring out how to best match your talents and interest or you're ready to roll up your sleeves - we would love to talk to you. 





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Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to do?

All volunteers must register and have an approved criminal background check prior to volunteering in the Wake County Public Schools System (WCPSS). It’s easy! Registration usually takes 5–10 minutes, and reactivation (which needs to be done every school year) usually takes 5 minutes or less.

Where can I register?

For security reasons, you may only register on our school intranet. This is available on computers at WCPSS campuses. At RMS, check in at the office and then stop by our Media Center.


When can I register?

The WCPSS volunteer system will be open daily for registration during regular school hours.

What information do I need when registering?

Please bring your driver’s license (you may need the number) and know your Social Security number.


Do I have to register at each school where I have children?

No, you only need to register once. Please be sure to list all your children and the schools they attend so that each school can be notified of your clearance status.


How can I find out if I have been approved?

Please call or visit our school’s main office. The staff receives an updated list of approved volunteers regularly.


How long will it take until I find out if I am cleared?


The amount of time it takes to process volunteer requests and background checks varies depending on the volume of requests; most requests are processed within 2–3 weeks. The highest volume occurs at the beginning of the school year. Parents and other volunteers are encouraged to register as early in the school year as possible.


Can I volunteer at RMS while I am waiting for notification?

No. Unfortunately, all volunteers must register and receive clearance notification before volunteering at their children’s schools. This is a WCPSS policy.

I am a WCPSS employee. Do I need to register if I want to volunteer in my child’s school?


No. WCPSS employees do not have to register as volunteers to perform volunteer roles outside of their job assignment, such as volunteering for their own child’s school and/or class.

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