Key Community

What is Key Community?.

Each year the Key School Parent Organization, Key Community, provides volunteer support, connection for current and former families, community awareness, and fundraising opportunities.

This year, Key Community will be helping with the following special events/tasks:

Ways You Can Participate

Become a Member of Key Community

Members will be sent volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Volunteering is not required for membership, there will be many ways to support Key Community including your attendance at socials. The first step in joining is to fill out the Key Center volunteer application with our Raptor volunteer system.

Donate to the Key Community Parent Group

There is a suggested membership fee of $30 per family. Funds raised by Key Community will be used to celebrate our teachers and staff throughout the year. Traditionally, Key Community provides treats for teachers and staff on Thankful Tuesday, 10 Days of Christmas, Fantas-taco (Valentine’s Day) and Teacher Appreciation Day in May. 

Key Community will also fund ribbons for field day and other materials for fun family events throughout the year. This is a one-time request, and you are welcome to donate the amount that meets your budget.

Join or Lead a Key Community Committee

There are multiple opportunities for service in Key Community including short term to year-long seasonal, daytime, clerical jobs.

2022-2023 Committee Leads (Inquire about leading for 23-24 school year.) Email development@ksfw.org.

Book Lovers Committee
Rebecca Wrobel

Decorations Committee
Peggy Carder

Faculty Celebrations Committee
Mindy Harrison

Family Fun Committee
Ann Cafaro

Garden Committee
Kanani Mahelona

Upcoming Events

Key Community Meet and Greet

September 25th
Immediately following Drop-off
Come and learn about our parent group and how you can get involved.

Key Community At Alley Cats

Save the Date
November 15th
More details soon!

Key Discussion

October 10th
Immediately following Drop-off
Watch The Big Picture and have a parent discussion about learning differences and the film's themes.