Volunteers Needed for the Brookfield Chamber of Commerce Annual Street Dance – May 18, 2019

The Street Dance is one of the chamber’s largest events, and as you can imagine, it takes a village – Or about 50-60 volunteers, specifically.

What better way for students and parents to thank the Brookfield Chamber of Commerce for their generous support of the RB Community then by volunteering some of your time to help out with this year’s event taking place on Saturday, May 18th from 5pm to 11pm.

The volunteer opportunities range from helping out at the welcome tent to adult beverage/ticket sales and clean up. This is a family-friendly event with music and beverages for the adults as well as plenty of entertainment – a balloon artist, face painter, juggler, etc. – for the kids. They are looking primarily for adult volunteers but responsible students are encouraged to sign up as well. Please see attached below the volunteer job listing and time slots then email Brian Sharnow to sign up at BSHARENOW@FMGEVENTS.COM

Thank you in advance for offering to be a part of the fun and helping to make this event a great one.

Day of Service Sponsor Spotlight – Brookfield Chamber of Commerce

Not only has the Brookfield Chamber of Commerce sponsored us for Day of Service this year and previous years, they also sponsored the MLK Day of Service.

As a Thank You for all they do for the RB Community, we would like to encourage everyone to shop locally and support the Brookfield businesses who have so generously supported our students and community.

Chef’s Night Out at LaBarra in Riverside – Friday, April 26

The kids have the day off school so why not take the night off from cooking and enjoy a Chef’s Night Out in support of the RB PTO?

Whether you are celebrating after getting your kids on the bus to Prom or simply looking to relax at the end of another busy week of school and activities, why not bring your family for dinner or just your spouse for date night at

LaBarra in Riverside on Friday, April 26th and support the RB PTO!

Whether you dine in or carry out, all you need to do is present the flyer below and LaBarra will donate 15% of your total (food and beverages) back to the RB PTO.  

We encourage you to make a reservation ahead and kindly mention RB PTO to ensure seating will be available.

Senior Awards Night Reception – Assistance Requested

Senior Awards Night
May 1, 2019
– A memorable event for all Seniors and their Parents!

The Committee for Senior Awards Night is looking for help from parents of Freshmen, Sophomore and Junior students.

We are in need of volunteers to set up, serve and clean up as well as food donations for the reception immediately following the award ceremony on Wednesday, May, 2019.

Please click on the link below to volunteer to bring food such as appetizers, snacks, fruit or dessert to be served after the award ceremony, or to help set up, serve or clean up.

Thank you!

Last call to help with RBHS PTO Day of Service. Sign-up deadline Thursday!

We are still in need of parent volunteers to be team leaders. 

Please check your calendars and see if you can give a morning to giving back to the community.  
RBHS PTO’s Annual Day of Service will be held on Saturday, May 4th  from 8:00am to 12:00pm.  On Day of Service, students, staff and community members come together for a morning of community work.  We pick up trash and debris, plant trees, paint, mulch and pull out invasive species throughout the many parks and on the banks of the many waterways surrounding RB.  RBHS PTO’s Day of Service is a signature event for our high school and the most publicly visible demonstration of our students giving back to the community which supports them.  Thursday, is the sign-up deadline.   
 If you would like to volunteer to help, click on the link below.  


Any questions, please contact event chairs Lisa Gaynor at ltgaynor@aol.com

Angst – Tuesday, April 9th at 7:00 pm

Don’t miss the parent and community viewing of the award-winning documentary, ANGST tomorrow night – Tuesday April 9th, in the RBHS Auditorium at 7 pm.

The film Angst is a 56-minute film and virtual reality experience that explores anxiety, its causes, effects and what we can do about it. The filmmakers’ goal is to have a global conversation and raise awareness around anxiety. Angst features candid interviews with kids and young adults who suffer, or have suffered, from anxiety and what they’ve learned about it. The film includes discussions with mental health experts about the causes of anxiety and its sociological effects, as well as help, resources and tools. About the Screening RBHS will provide a free viewing of ANGST to any parent or community member within the surrounding area. Freshmen students will view the documentary during the day, however all students are encouraged to attend the evening screening. There is no charge for this event however ticket reservations utilizing the following link are mandatory.