Volunteer Roles

Instructional Volunteers: provide direct services to five or fewer students on a regular basis.

Tutors: work one-on-one with a student or with small groups of students, who need to reinforce basic skills in an academic subject. Placements are made with students from prekindergarten through high school. Training to tutor a specific subject and training on working with students will be provided by the District.

Support Service Volunteers: provide assistance to school personnel frequently or on a regular basis.

Classroom Assistants: work closely with classroom teachers and staff, assisting in various projects, keeping records, preparing instructional materials and interacting with students. Duties in elementary schools may include telling stories, reading with students and preparing bulletin boards. Duties in middle and high schools may include working on special projects, operating audiovisual equipment, performing clerical duties, making instructional materials, reviewing homework and helping during testing times.

Library Assistants: Volunteers in the library media center help fill teacher and student requests for services. They may work at the circulation desk, catalog and shelve books, use a computer, mend books and operate audiovisual equipment.

Chaperones: Volunteer chaperones have the opportunity to enjoy museums, exhibits, musicals, and plays as they accompany students and teachers on field trips. Trips may involve free transportation on a bus and occasionally free admission tickets.

Contact your child's school for information on specific volunteer opportunities!

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