• Community Partners in Education

    The Martin County School District volunteer programs work with our Community Partners in Education to improve education by stimulating meaningful business and community involvement in schools. Through partnerships with businesses, professional organizations, churches, and civic clubs, schools have been able to tap into resources that helped meet the individual needs of their student body, provide excellent educational programming, and recognize academic achievements.

    Categories of Support:

    • Increasing Student Performance: read to students, tutor, provide technical expertise, display student work
    • Enhancing the Learning Environment: mentor students, provide time for employees to volunteer, chaperone a field trip
    • Graduation Rate and Readiness for Postsecondary Education and Employment: offer job shadowing, internships, career fair or career day, career materials, guest speakers, CTE advisor
    • Teacher and Staff Recruitment/Retention: professional development, training seminars, job shadowing for teachers 
    • Donations / Sponsorships: provide supplies or equipment, scholarships, event sponsorships, field trips
    • Early Childhood Education
    • School Safety & Environment 
    • Other


    Schools & Departments

    • Please click here to submit requests for volunteers, partners, and donations.

    Businesses & Organizations

    • Please click here to submit a general partnership inquiry or click here to submit a partnership inquiry to the Career & Technical Education Department.
    • Interested in being a committed partner of the Martin County School District? Please contact Amber Warren, Volunteer Services Liaison, to discuss current opportunities; Martin County School District Partnership Agreement.
    • To view current requests, please click here.

    * Please note, the Martin County School District cannot accept product or service vouchers, coupons or buy-one-get-one certificates for distribution to students. 

    Thank You

    Congratulations and thank you to our 2020 Community Partners in Education for your support in educating all students for success. #ALLINMartin

  • SY20-21 Commissioner’s Business Recognition Awards (CBRA) Nominee

     Center for Constitutional Values The Martin County School District is proud to announce our SY20-21 Commissioner’s Business Recognition Awards (CBRA) nominee: Ms. Kate Boland, Chairperson, Center for Constitutional Values (CCV).  Through the annual “Constitution Academic Competition” debate-scholarship program, the CCV has awarded 34 students over $25,000 in scholarships these past seven years.  Although the students genuinely appreciate the scholarships, students have shared what the competition means to them on a personal level.  Students have shared that even though it is takes a lot of time and effort to prepare for the debates, they are grateful for the opportunity to argue and articulate constitutional issues in a public forum before a jurist from the 19th Judicial Circuit Court with whom we coordinated to preside over the competitions.  The Commissioner will announce the State winners in May. 


    *Note: Inclusion of company logos on this page is for identification purposes only and does not constitute or imply approval and/or endorsement of any product, service, organization, or activity. These companies are neither sponsored nor endorsed by the Martin County School Board. The Martin County School Board is not responsible for the information or activities provided by these companies.

    Please contact Amber Warren, Volunteer Services Liaison, for questions and additional information. 

    • Phone: 772-219-1200 ext. 30223
    • Email: warrena@martinschools.org