Volunteer

For even the Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve...

Mark 10:45

We enjoy having parents and grandparents volunteer on campus and in the classroom! Volunteers support our faculty and staff with their time and talents, and in doing so, help us to keep our tuition affordable. 

Join the Parent Volunteer Network!

"Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms."
1 Peter 4:10 

Summer Work Accomplished

Here's what happened on campus this summer:

  • All broken windows repaired
  • Extra cleaning and repairs to the A Building
  • Touch up paint throughout the entire school
  • French drain system extended in the field area
  • Sprinkler heads repaired
  • Two areas of sod cut out in the field, 2 bleachers permanently set in under pea gravel
  • Security lights on elementary parking light side of the CAPS building
  • Athletic lights on the CAPS building and MS Building field side
  • New scoreboard up!
  • 100 tons of sand on the field, fertilization, and aeration
  • Gym floor resealed
  • All blinds repaired or new ones purchased
  • Project screens in all rooms that needed them
  • Signage and banners throughout the school
  • New slide/swing mats in elementary playground
  • New chairs in choir room and library
  • Library makeover both on high school and elementary side
  • TBS painted rocks in hillside
  • Repainted lines in CAPS building
  • New basketball rim installed in CAPS building and new metal chain nets installed
  • New popcorn machine for concessions and area fixed up for Crusader Squad
  • Mounted speakers in gym & more electronic storage
  • Huge load taken to the dump
  • Mole patrol for the field
  • Recycling program started 
  • Weeding of the grounds and hillside
  • Many, many maintenance requests accomplished along with work on the health inspection
  • Repainting and restock of the Teacher's lounge

We appreciate all the help this summer...

- Thank you to the great facilities team who has been working so hard this summer
- Thank you to Dwayne, Kara, Sue Ellen, and Debi who help Coach Wing with the library project
- Thank you to all the staff who showed up to load the U-Haul and who helped carry in the new chairs
- Thank you to Mike, Craig, and Dwayne for helping with outside light project
- Thank you to Jill & Pat for putting wood planks in the CAPS building to block balls from being stuck.
- Thank you to the many volunteers of parents, kids, and staff who helped with summer project days
- Thank you to the many staff kids who spent lots of extra hours helping at our school this summer

June 22, 2019 Work Day - Huge Success!  THANK YOU!

Our work day on June 22nd was a huge success thanks to the 29 volunteers!
Thank you to these amazing volunteers for their incredible service to our school and because of this, how much we were able to accomplish in 4 hours!
Thank you to these amazing individuals for their incredible work ethic and their willingness to serve our school!
Adults:  John Hicks, Dwayne Beavers, Courtney Soyring, Jeff Reinmuth, Neal Eifling, Tim Weaver, Doug Weaver, Kristen Carter,  Paul Heinrich, Lisa Mesler, Clarence Henderson, David Arbogast, Rachel Arbogast, Courtney McDaniel, Anthony McDaniel, Sr., Jill Downey, Nora Gass
Students:  Luke Wing, CJ Carter, Jesse Heinrich, Josiah Mesler, David Mesler, Abby Mesler, Jackson Downey, Savannah McDaniel, Anthony McDaniel, Jr,  Mikayla Stephenson,  Jalen Henderson,  Emmy Arbogast

Here is what was accomplished:
Replaced some problems areas in the field with some new sod
  1. Put in edging around the 2 bleacher pads now permanently installed on the field
  2. Put construction lining under bleachers and safely secured bleachers on wood platforms with rebar
  3. Filled pea gravel under both sets of bleachers
  4. Re-painted all the lines in the CAPS building
  5. Painted the wood platforms used to stabilize the  bleachers
  6. Extended our French drain system on our field
  7. Cleaned out the maintenance bay and other exterior storage areas down by the field
  8. Painted rocks for “TBS” rock formation on hillside facing field

Here's what volunteering at TBS might look like:

  • Helping in the Instructional Support Center
  • Assisting with classroom and teacher needs
  • Taking tickets at athletic events
  • Elementary recess monitoring
  • Baking cookies for special events
  • Decorating for upcoming events or holidays
  • Library supervision
  • Student Center lunch preparations
  • Selling concessions with Booster Club


If you are interested in volunteering please contact:

Elementary opportunities - Julie Peterson [email protected]
Secondary opportunities - [email protected]
Athletics and Campus opportunities - [email protected]
Event opportunities - [email protected]