Looking for a fun and meaningful way to give back?
Volunteers are vital to our students and our schools. Explore the opportunities to get involved below or call one of our schools to see what other optionsÌýthey may have available.Ìý
²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ Public ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ seeks the inputÌýand advice from stakeholders across the ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ community including parents, business executives, and nonprofit leaders. ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ us at email@example.com to inquireÌýabout the availability of open advisory councilÌýpositions.ÌýÌý
The purpose of the Superintendent Service Advisory is to network and build relationships with service, nonprofit, and civic organizations who support ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ students and families.
The goal of the Superintendent's Interfaith Advisory Council is to strengthen relationships between faith-based organizations and ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ Public ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ in order to collaboratively support students academically, socially, and emotionally.
TheÌýSuperintendent Business Advisory is a group of business leaders in the metro area invited to share their expertise on topics such as the districtÌýbudget and workforce development.
Parents share candid input and are liaisons to their building parent groups. ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ select representatives to attend three meetings a year with the Superintendent and his team. If you are interested in serving on this advisory, please contact your child's principal.
²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ Public ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ also supports a High Ability Learner (HAL) Parent Advisory and a Superintendent's Student Advisory. Both groups have an internal process for selection of members who rotate on a regular schedule.
TeamMates matches meet once a week in school during the academic year. Mentors and mentees usually play board games, shoot hoops, do a craft, or just talk. ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ TeamMate volunteers are currently mentoring more than 400 students, but we still have a waiting list.
Click here to contact the TeamMates Mentoring Program of ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ about volunteering or making a financial contribution.ÌýLearn more about the TeamMates Mentoring Program by clickingÌýÌýto visit their website.
Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) is one of the largest and most respected school-based, family, and community engagement, organizations in the country. Here in ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ, each year more than 2,000 Watch D.O.G.S. spend a day in their child's elementary school, volunteering more than 12,000 hours annually.
Watch D.O.G.S. are in every elementary school. Call your school for more information. To learn more about Watch D.O.G.S., click to visit their website.