Wondering how you can help out, even though your child is no longer in Elementary school.

We understand that parents are very involved when their children are young, there are a lot of opportunities to help at the Elementary level.  It can be very frustrating to feel cut off from your children as they get older.  Each teacher at Shahala has a different level of need, some may have something for parents to help with, but several prefer to have the children gain independence and leadership, by having the children do jobs that parents did when the kids were younger, such as grading and tutoring.  

Some of the items PTO needs help with:  


Fall Fundraiser - we need help distributing materials, presenting the fundraiser to the classrooms, picking up envelopes during and after the fundraiser is over.

Shakers - PTO provides the Parent volunteers for at least one Shaker (Dance/game night/movie night). Parents are needed to help at the concession stand, monitor the halls and chaperone the activities.

Shahala Showcase Silent Auction

Other areas needing help:

Teacher Appreciation, Book Fair, Concessions, Chaperones for Shakers, 

Health Day and Spirit Wear

Check out our TIME TO SIGN UP link for volunteer opportunities

for concessions and other events!

If you're interested in helping with an activity, or being a member of the PTO board, please contact us through the link above or you can contact a specific board or committee member, whose contact information is listed on the Board Members page .  We are consistently up dating our Upcoming events, if there is something you would like to help with or have questions about, please feel free to contact the PTO.

Volunteers need to be cleared through Evergreen School District. Clearance is good for 2 years.

To download the application for Volunteer Clearance go to:

Community Locker

Drew Lobis-Clark County Titans Youth Foundation

Hello student athletes and parents.  My name is Drew Lobis and I am an 8th grade student at Shahala Middle School.  I run track and cross-country and also play basketball for Shahala.  When I started my 7th grade season, I turned in my running spikes from my 6th grade season to my coaches.  Because I had outgrown them, I couldn’t use them anymore, but knew they were still in great shape.  The idea was that they could hopefully give them to someone else to use who maybe wouldn’t have them otherwise.  It was a great experience, when I actually saw girls running in my shoes later!

When I saw that by turning in my old gear, I could help others have access to that gear, I got an idea!  I started thinking that others may be willing to do the same thing.  As part of the Clark County Titans Youth Foundation, I started a program where student athletes could turn in sports gear to the coaches or to me when they have finished with it.  I am then going to clean and store the equipment.  When a coach or teacher sees a situation where a kid could use a certain item, they could contact me to see if that item is available.  I have already started accepting donations and was recently contacted by a staff member at Shahala to see if I had a pair of soccer shoes for an athlete who could use them?  I was thrilled to be able to provide him with soccer shoes for his upcoming season.

I could use your help!  If you are willing to donate any sports related gear to my program, your donation could help another athlete in our district be able to play a sport.  All donations are tax deductible under the non-profit tax-exempt status of the foundation.  You could either turn items in to the coaches, who will get them to me, or you could contact me directly and I will make arrangements to pick the items up.  I am currently accepting any sports related shoes, clothing and gear.  My hope is to help other athletes play sports with the confidence that comes with being in the right gear.

You can contact me at 360-210-4343 or at with any donations.   Items can also be turned in to your coach and I will pick them up.  Thanks for your help!   

Care Closet

Started last year, Shahala's pantry offers non-perishable food and sundry items to families in need.  We are accepting donations of non-perishable food and items such as toiletries, feminine hygiene products, laundry and cleaning supplies.  The items we take for granted are the items needed most!  Donations can be dropped off in the main office.

 If you are in need of assistance, please call the school and talk to one of our counselors, they will be more than happy to help!  All calls are confidential.    (360) 604-3800

The following is a list of high need items for our food closet.  Please donate if you are able. 
Laundry Soap
Shampoo & Conditioner
Bar Soap
Granola Bars
Fruit Snacks
Peanut Butter
Spaghetti Sauce
Instant Potatoes
Canned Fruit
Canned Vegetables

Volunteer through TIME TO SIGN UP!

We will post sign up sheets as they become available.