Parent Organizations

The following parent organizations currently operate at Riverside Brookfield High School:
 

 

RBHS Parent Teacher Organization (PTO):The objective of the PTO shall be to work closely with the administration and faculty of the high school, bona fide student groups, parents, and others in support of the mission of RBHS.

RB Sports Boosters:
Get in the game! Parents are encouraged to join this parent volunteer organization to support, encourage and promote the athletic programs at RBHS for the benefit of the students, the school, and the community. Meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 7pm in the Alumni Lounge. Member benefits include 50% off admission to all regular season home events—across all sports. Visit our website (www.rbsportsboosters.com) for more information and to join. We sell Spirit Wear too! Any questions? Please email us at [email protected]

Music and Theatre Sponsors:
OUR PURPOSE: RBHS Music and Theatre Sponsors is a parent and community organization that supports and promotes the general activities of the RBHS music, theatre, and technical production of these programs.

OBJECTIVES:
  • Encourage and maintain an enthusiastic interest in all phases of RBHS music, theatre, and theatre production programs, consistent with the mission of Riverside Brookfield High School
  • Promote communication and cooperation between current parents, administration, RBHS staff, school board, parent and student alumni, area junior high schools, and local community members and organizations
    Provide cultural enrichment for students and the community
WHY JOIN?
  • Learn about upcoming concerts, events, and sell-out performances
  • Advocate for District support of music, theatre, and technical production
  • Half-price football game entry for 2
  • Meet new people
  • Lend your time and expertise to a great cause
 
RBEF supports the educational excellence of Riverside-Brookfield High School by providing creative educational opportunities which are not available through the school district's operating budget.  Fund-raising efforts, such as the annual Telethon, enable the Foundation to award grants to students, faculty and staff to pursue educational enrichment opportunities.  Formed in 1987 as a non-profit volunteer organization independent of the school district, it is directed by a board of trustees who serve without pay.  The Riverside Brookfield Educational Foundation is a charitable organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.