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The following volunteer positions are ongoing and available from September - June:
Parent Advisory Committee
Participate as a member of parent council; an important part of your child’s school and education.
Assist the classroom teacher with daily activities and subject material. Work one-on-one or with small groups of students in a variety of subject areas, i.e. math, science, English, etc. Other classroom activities may also include art projects, sewing, computer lab, making props, etc.
Assist the librarian in the operation of the school library.
Hearing Screening Volunteer
Conduct initial hearing screening tests on kindergarten students attending one of our schools.
Vision Screening Volunteer
Conduct initial vision screening tests on kindergarten students attending one of our schools.
Be a coach or assistant coach for drama or volleyball, basketball, football, etc.
Mentor and Tutor
Interact with students to help develop their self-esteem, life skills and academic experience.
Speech and Language Assistant
Work one on one with students, under the direction of a Speech Language Pathologist, on speech and language development.
Read with and help students conquer problems with reading, grammar, and spelling. Positions with elementary and secondary school students are available.
Infant Centre Volunteer
Help care for infants during the daytime.
English as an Additional Language (EAL) Volunteer
Work in an EAL classroom with immigrant students, from young students to adult learners, in various subject areas.
Adult Education Volunteer
Work with mature students in a variety of subject areas and atmospheres.
Special Event Volunteer
Assist school staff with special events such as craft nights, concerts, assemblies, community barbeques, field trips, overnight camps, hot lunches, gardening, etc.
Cultural Sharing Volunteer
Volunteer on a regular basis to read or converse with students in different languages, i.e. French, Ukrainian, Hebrew and Indigenous languages. Groups or individuals can also share a hobby or cultural activity with students, on a one time basis, i.e. beading, cooking, origami, cultural dancing, etc.