Support CKM

Support CKM

Overview

While many parents enthusiastically volunteer during the elementary school years, their involvement often begins to wane in the middle grades and lessens even more so throughout high school. While the nature of high school volunteer opportunities may differ from those at the elementary level, the need for parental involvement is—in many ways—more critical than ever.

At CKM, parents are a welcomed part of the school and there are many possible ways for them to become involved. Parents may serve on school governance entities (such as the School Site Council), provide support to a sports team, or chaperone a field trip.

The Sacramento City Unified School District sets forth policies that schools follow when recruiting and engaging volunteers. See Volunteer Requirements for specific information on donating your time at CKM.

Fundraising Opportunities

Overview

CKM has a multi-pronged fundraising effort to support school programs and student activities. Families, friends, staff, teachers, students, and alumni can donate to CKM in a wide variety of ways.

Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA)

Overview

CKM has an active PTSA to support programs, projects, and activities that benefit students and staff school-wide. CKM’s PTSA maintains an active affiliation with the California State PTA which entitles our organization to specific benefits such as low-cost insurance. Bylaws provide CKM’s PTSA with a governance structure and guidelines for operation.

Restore the Roar

Overview

Alumni and Friends in Support of CKM Lions Athletics

If you would like to help by donating, go here.  All donations are tax deductible.  Restore the Roar has 501(c)(3) status under state and federal tax laws (EID 39-2062956 ).

Visit the Restore the Roar Website for more information about activities and events.

School Site Council

Overview

The School Site Council (SCC) is a group of 16 parents, teachers, staff, students and community members dedicated to improving the educational experience of all students at C.K. McClatchy. SCC meets the fourth Monday of each month from 5:30 to 6:30 PM at the school.

Volunteer at School

Overview

While many parents enthusiastically volunteer during the elementary school years, their involvement often begins to wane in the middle grades and lessens even more so throughout high school. While the nature of high school volunteer opportunities may differ from those at the elementary level, the need for parental involvement is—in many ways—more critical than ever.