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Expanding windows of opportunity through personalized place-based Montessori education. 

1. Complete background check process (materials can be obtained at the main office).  

Frequent volunteers and 1:1 student support:  Must complete an OSPI sanctioned background check (federal and state level).  You can pick up a package with instructions at the main office.

One-time visitors: Must complete a state level WATCH check (HERE).

2. Review and sign the Volunteer Handbook and sign the Volunteer Agreement

After your application material is completed and verified by the school a school staff member will follow up with you. 


Volunteers and visitors must check in at the main office to receive a badge.

If you are interested in learning more, please read out Volunteer Policy, as well as our Volunteer Procedures.


Interested in volunteering to work with students at PCM or support the office and teaching staff? Do you want to share a skill with the class as a community expert?  Do you want to read to students?  Do you want to support on field trips?  Do you want to be a general support in the classroom? 



The Pullman Community Montessori School's charter agreement with the Washington State Charter Commission guides our work and emphasizes our community’s collective commitment to our children. We strive to provide a nurturing and challenging learning environment in order to support students in becoming lifelong learners and socially responsible citizens. Volunteers are an important part of this endeavor.


A defining characteristic of the PCM charter agreement is student, family, and community engagement. We believe authentic partnerships are essential. We actively seek input from and work together with all stakeholders to cultivate both existing and new partnerships. Thank you for considering engaging as a valued partner with PCM!


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