Schools have a variety of parent organizations that serve to support specific activities such as Band, ROTC, and various sports.
Assists teacher in classroom, gives individual instruction and prepares materials.
Speak or share a hobby or expertise in a class.
Assists with typing, filing, addressing envelopes, and operating duplicating machines.
Helps chaperone students on field trips.
Assists with visual and hearing screenings.
Assists librarian in checking in new books, making book repairs, book fairs etc.
Willing to chaperone students on overnight trips. This does require level II clearance, contact your school volunteer coordinator for more information,
Serves on the PTO committee, plans activities and assists with PTO activities
Works with teacher to assist with class parties and notify other parents regarding volunteer opportunities and special projects
Special Event (Book Fair, Festival etc)
Help with special events like the book fair or festival.
Academic or social support for students
Requires specific training and Level II Clearance.
One of the highest needs in the volunteer program is for mentors. Mentors work with a specific student in an ongoing one-on-one capacity. They provide support, encouragement, a listening ear, a positive role model and accountability. While some tutoring may occur, tutoring is not the goal or purpose of mentoring. If you want to be a mentor, fill out the volunteer form above and then contact Nicholas Weaver at 850-926-0065 for more information.
Volunteer Athletic Coach
Requires recommendation by principal and Level II Clearance.
This volunteer works directly with a team in a coaching capacity.