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Volunteer Opportunities

Here are some volunteer opportunities.  Check in the office for additional opportunities to volunteer. 

Project SOAR:  One of our favorite volunteer opportunities is Project SOAR.  Community members and parents volunteer to assist students who are struggling with reading.  Volunteers are asked to give a commitment of one hour per week.  During this hour they meet with 2 students for 30 minutes each.  Guided lesson plans are provided for each session.  Training is provided at the beginning of each school year, but personalized training  is available for tutors who are interested after that training date.  We are always looking for additional help, so see Mrs. Bookman if you can help with this volunteer opportunity.
 
Classroom Help:  Teachers are always in need of an extra set of hands to help provide 1:1 support to students.  Sometimes these volunteers help with experiments, quiz students on math facts or sight words, assist students with reading fluency practice, etc.  If you are available, let your child's teacher know and he/she will find a time for you to come and assist.  Sometimes parents volunteer once a week for 1 hour (or more).  Ask your teacher how you can help! 
 
Library Help:  Assist Mrs. Baker or Mrs. Guldeman with shelving books, organizing, or cleaning shelves.  Let us know what day you're available. 

Fluoride Treatments:  This is prepared each week on Tuesday before school starts.  If you can help with this, arrive at the school on Tuesday mornings by 8:15.  Sign in at the office.  

Office Helper:  Have an extra day to help?  We will put you to work filing, copying, sorting, counting, etc.  An extra set of hands is always in need.  Call Mrs. Hurd or Mrs. Noble in the office if you can be of assistance.

Mileage Club:  Students log miles while walking outside at recess.  Volunteers are needed to help record these laps.  Volunteer time is 11:00-12:30 any day of the week.  Stop in and spend some time with the students at recess.

Outdoor Classroom:  Do you have a passion for gardening?  Help keep our outdoor classroom beautiful by weeding or planting.  This opportunity is available any day of the week at any time day or evening.  

Jump Rope Club:  Periodically throughout the school year students will have the opportunity to participate in Jump Rope Club.  Volunteers are needed to help students twirl ropes.  Next time that club is offered, please consider getting some early morning exercise!
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