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    Attention: Ballard High School Families

    Please consider helping with some of these short and quick important volunteer needs coming up at Ballard High School. Every contribution is appreciated and volunteering is a great way to support your student and allow them to continue to have the great opportunities that having Volunteers like you provide.


    Hello Ballard Families! Spree is around the corner and we need YOU! We have a Ballard tradition of ‘paying it forward’ with the Junior, Sophomore and Freshman families helping the Senior Families celebrate their graduate by running Spree, the All Night, Graduation Party on June 18. Please add your name to the sign up in the places that you'd like to volunteer! And feel free to share the sign up with your friends! Thank you for all that you do for our Ballard kids!   SIGN UP HERE!

    Junior Parents needed to Chaperone Senior Spree on June 18

    What is Spree, you might ask? Spree stands for Student/Parent Responsible Evening Event. Senior Spree has been a Ballard tradition for many years. It’s an all-night party (from 10 pm til 6 am), chaperoned by BHS parents and staff, that happens immediately following the graduation ceremony. Buses will take our graduates to two different venues where they will be fed delicious food and entertained with activities like bowling, games, henna artists and a hypnotist. The exact details are kept a secret from the kids to add to the excitemen. Can you help us to make this Spree the best ever? We call on YOU, Junior parents, in the Ballard tradition, to CHAPERONE. You will see the event first hand, monitor the party, and facilitate the activities to keep kids safe and engaged. We cannot do this without you. Thank you!
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    BHS Parents/Guardians Please Consider Joining the PTSA Board!

    Be Part of the PTSA Board | Have you ever thought about volunteering at BHS but wondered where to start? If so, BHS PTSA has the perfect opportunity for you. We currently have an opening for the Nominating Committee Chair. This short-term position works with BHS PTSA to help find qualified candidates for open PTSA positions and BHS volunteer opportunities. The good news is the whole PTSA can be your resource to help find qualified candidates, so you will have access to plenty of resources. This appointed position will serve just through the remaining portion of the 2017-2018 school year, and can be an excellent way to learn more about how the PTSA works. To learn more, visit the PTSA Website

    --Chris Witeck, BHS PTSA President

    SPS Appreciates Volunteers & so does Ballard High School.  Visit the SPS Volunteer Welcome page.

    Additional Ballard High School Volunteering questions?

    Contact Wendy the PTSA Volunteer Coordinator Email:

    Link to Paperwork: Volunteer Paperwork Information