Dear CHS Community,
Happy Summer! Thank you for a wonderful year, and graduation. We will remember the class of 2014 fondly. They were leaders, innovators, and talented scholars, athletes, and performers. National news covered their anti-violence rally, and their Homecoming couple choice. They graduate with an understanding of tolerance, acceptance, and the ability to do the right thing. We wish you great success.
The CHS campus is once again filled with students taking Summer School classes, and attending sports camps in the afternoon. This summer, our Library/Media Center is adding a special space where students can sign-up to use state-of-the-art editing and filming equipment, including a green screen. This CREATE SPACE is funded by STEAM funds, and will be available for any student to use.
Enjoy your summer, and see you at Registration and Check-In (RACI) in August.
RACI WEEK INFO:
CineMalibu™ Outdoor Movie Series: Saturday, August 23
4:30pm-8:30pm; Malibu Bluffs Park
Set-up movie equipment, assist with give-a-ways, take photographs and greet attendees
Assist older adults with computer basics such as setting up an e-mail, opening attachments, inserting photos in an e-mail, signing up on social media accounts, etc.
- Also looking for a volunteer to teach cell phone basics and social media basics one-on-one with older adults. Volunteer will work with City staff to set up dates and times (flexible). Program is monitored by a City Staff Member.
Senior Center Luncheon Assistance
10am-2pm; Malibu Senior Center
June 19, July 17 and August 21 (may select one day or multiple days)
Assist with serving food, setting up tables, chairs, place settings and clean-up
Individuals interested in volunteering need to register by contacting:
Kristin Riesgo, Recreation Supervisor
Phone: 310-456-2489 ext. 350
Senior Solo Night- CHS music needs volunteers- Please contact
The Performing Arts Education Center at AHS- needs student volunteers for the upcoming events
Chalkline Crossfit Needs Student Tutors for younger children while their parents work out.
M-F: 9am-10am, Noon-1, 4:30-7:30pm
Please Contact: Emily Cabral
Phone: 1-818-707-CLCF (2523)
5311 Derry Ave, Suite I, Agoura Hills, California
The Tech Help program at the City of Calabasas Library needs help. They especially need student tutors. Please contact Charlotte Meyer at 818-222-5679 or email her at
Straight Up - is a non-profit organization whose mission is to engage youth ages 12-25 in projects and advocacy to reduce underage and binge drinking, impaired driving and drug abuse. Volunteers can help by participating in community and peer presentations, video production, writing, social media outreach and community assessments. Please contact Katherine Kasmir at 805-647-4622 or email her at
A Monster to Love is an organization that designs and sews adorable, wacky stuffed monsters and sends them to children in need all over the country. Michele Durant is a seamstress that will open her home in Agoura Hills to students who are interested in creating these adorable monsters. Supplies may be donated by the students or will be provided by the Durant Family. Meeting will be held on the weekends. Please call Michele at 818- 261-1977.
The art teacher at Sumac Elementary School needs help with cutting paper, preparation for art projects, mounting completed art work and creating bulletin board displays. Have fun while you earn service learning hours. Contact Carol Mallett at 805-428-1022 or
The Boys and Girls Club at Lindero Canyon Middle School needs volunteers in Room C103. 10th-12th graders requested. Contact Lisa Lemus
or call her at 818-483-630