Pembroke Public Schools are grateful for each parent and community member who contributes to the success of our students. The schools engage volunteers every year in many different capacities. We encourage parents, family members, and community members to volunteer with us!
Pembroke Public Schools recognize the valuable contribution by volunteers. In order to provide students with a safe environment and allow for a variety of opportunities for volunteering, every person must complete a CORI form. A CORI form must be completed and submitted by all volunteers prior to acting as a volunteer or a chaperone. The CORI is a record for all criminal court appearances in Massachusetts for a particular individual, including arrests, convictions, dismissals, and serious violations. The CORI check is good for three years fro the date it is run.
The CORI form can be completed at any school office, the Central Office or downloaded below and hand delivered to any school office or to the Central Office. Identification such a drivers license, must be presented along with the form to office staff when the form is submitted.
In addition to volunteering, you might want to consider working for PPS as a submitted teacher or other support staff. Check out the current openings on our Human Resources page.
Individual School PTOs
Getting involved at the school-level is a great way to meet the teachers and staff at your child's school, as well as other parents in your neighborhood. Visit the websites below, or check the calendar to see when you might attend the next meeting.
- Bryantville Elementary School PTO
- Hobomock Elementary School PTO
- North Pembroke Elementary School PTO
- Pembroke Community Middle School PTO
- Pembroke High School Boosters
- Pembroke High School PTO
The School Committee is made up of 5 members serving three-year terms. They are elected during the town elections. To read meeting minutes or agendas, see when the next meeting is, or to contact the members, go to the School Committee webpage.