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Get Involved

The whole TJ community benefits when families get involved in the life of the school


Engage at TJ

Thomas Jefferson is a vibrant school community where parents, grandparents, and friends of the school volunteer on a variety of levels to significantly enhance the experience for all students.

Whether you have one hour a month to give or several, you can make a positive impact at TJ. Here are just a few examples of ways you can get involved:

  1. Serve pizza during Friday lunch
  2. Organize a class holiday party
  3. Assist with musical production sets or costumes
  4. Serve as a Parent Association officer
  5. Chair a committee that organizes fundraising events
  6. Coordinate a regional alumni reception in your area
  7. Stuff invitations for a Parent Association or school event
  8. Chaperone a field trip for your child’s class
  9. Speak with Upper School students about your career
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Parent Association

As a TJ parent you are automatically a TJ Parent Association member.

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Athletic Boosters

All TJ parents are automatically members of the TJ Athletic Boosters.

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“Getting involved in the school allows us to get to know the teachers better, get to know other parents better, and to make the school community stronger.”

TJ Athletic Boosters officer

Bring your unique talents and get involved at TJ. All are welcome.

Interested? Please call the office at (417) 731-5124.

To contact the TJ Parent Association, please call (417) 781-5124 or send an e-mail message to [email protected].

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To contact the TJ Athletic Boosters please call Chris Myers at (417) 781-5124 or send an e-mail message to [email protected].

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To take a leadership role or otherwise volunteer to make our Annual Giving Campaign a success, please call the office at (417) 731-5124.

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To get involved and stay connected, please call (417) 781-5124 or send an e-mail message to [email protected].



TJ is a resource, not only for students and their families, but for the entire Four-States community.