Library help - Mrs. Arun needs help shelving books and covering new books. This is very flexible. Once she's given you the instructions, just come in whenever you can and stay as long as you can.
McKinley Cafe - Our cafeteria needs some help for breakfast time in the morning from 8:00-8:30. See Debbie Madland in the cafeteria. We also need help during lunch periods.
Production Team - Each Tuesday and Thursday morning in the Work Room, a group gets together to do projects for the teachers. There is always copying, cutting, laminating and binding to do. Our teachers LOVE that we take care of these things for them and free them up for student time. Come when you can, stay as long as you can.
Wednesday Weekly Crew - Wednesday mornings in the Work Room, we've formed a group that stuffs the Wednesday Weekly folders for K-3. If we get a few more helpers, we'd love to offer the service to 4th-5th grades too.
Art Literacy - See the Art Literacy page for more info. We are short volunteers this year and there are some classrooms that are not getting their presentations because of it. Please consider taking a few hours to help.
AVID Volunteer Tutors Are Needed to Help Beaverton Middle School Students Get Ready to Succeed
AVID=Advancement Via Individual Determination. The Beaverton AVID Program teaches students the skills and behaviors necessary for academic success in high school, college and beyond.
• AVID tutors work with small groups of middle school students under the supervision of a teacher.
• Tutors are trained to use specific strategies that help develop students’ critical thinking, literacy, and math skills.
• Tutoring is held on a Tuesday & Thursday, and times vary depending on the school and volunteer availability.
• Training and ongoing support provided.
• Community Volunteer Application and Background Check required.
For more information contact: Danica Jensen Weiner at (503) 591-4478 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fork It Over - The Beaverton School District is a proud participant in a food rescue program called Fork It Over. Food from the cafeterias of our schools that would otherwise be thrown out at the end of the day is made ready for pickup by nutrition services staff and then volunteers deliver it to local food pantries. The food pantries provide it to those in need through their own programs. The program relies on 100% volunteer support.
We need volunteers to pick up food from school cafeterias and deliver it. It usually takes 45-60 minutes to pick up from a 3-school route and then deliver the food to the designated pantry. You use your own vehicle and need internet access in order to sign up and receive messages. You may sign up as often as you like, or only occasionally; you manage your commitment.
If you haven’t already, you’ll need to complete the district’s background check required for volunteers. For more information, send an email to email@example.com.