Volunteer Opportunities

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May / June Volunteer Opportunities

We have a fun filled last few weeks of learning planned for Room 103!    Volunteers welcome! - If you would like to join us for one of these special events, please contact Mrs. Hoyt. As with other opportunities, volunteers must have a CORI on file and have had a confidentiality meeting with Mr. Lyons. Thank you for all your support this year!

May 22 - Science Exploration
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
1 Parents needed
Students will be exploring the impact of the sun on ice.

May 26 - Science and Engineering Challenges
Time: 8:45 - 10:50 a.m.
2 Parents needed -
Students will be will be challenged to create a structure to keep popsicles from melting!

Tuesday, June 20th - Kindergarten Water Day
Time: 8:50 - 11:15 a.m.
3 Volunteers needed! - If the weather cooperates with us we will celebrate the end of kindergarten with a water day!  

Classroom Clean-up and Pack-up
June 19,20, 21
1 or 2 Volunteers each day 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Join us for one day, join us for all!  You can help us with some fun end of the year activities with  students as well as support us as we clean-up, organize and inventory our supplies!

Plan Ahead Prep-work
If you have some fidgety fingers at home and would like to help Mrs. Hoyt and Ms. Miliano to get organized for the incoming kindergartners, let us know!  During the month of June, we like to organize and prep a few items to ensure a smooth start in September.  We will gratefully send a cutting project home in your child’s backpack.  Thank you!

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Yes, I would love to volunteer!

Parent Volunteer Nane: ___________________________

_____ May 22 - Science Exploration**

_____ May 26 - Science and Engineering Challenge

_____ June 20 - Water Day**

_____ June 19 - Classroom Clean-Up

_____ June 20 - Classroom Clean-Up

_____ June 21 - Classroom Clean-Up

_____ Plan Ahead Prep

**Note: The activities planned are weather dependent and may need to be rescheduled in the event of non-conducive weather.

  • Room 103

Opportunities abound in room 103.  There are many ways for parents and extended family to get involved and help us out!

- We love parent volunteers in the classroom working at centers.

- Perhaps you have a special skill or career and would like to share and help us learn?  We will be inviting community helpers to visit our room later in the year.

- When going on field trips we have a few parents join us.

- If you would like to help us out from the comforts of home, we are happy to send along some projects.  With your helping hands we can do much more and be more creative!

-Support our needs and creativity - Visit our Wish List tab at the top of the blog.  Perhaps you have some items that you would like to donate to our class.

We learn that everyone  reads!  We plan to have guest readers all year.  As our understanding of this great big world expands we would like to invite readers to visit us from places near and far!  If you have any family and friends(or a mom/dad traveling on business) in other parts of the world/country who might love to read us a story (via a google internet connection(Google Hangout)), Mrs. Hoyt would happily set that up!  Students in room 103 will find you on the map! Then our quick “visit” will demonstrate just how interconnected we can be!

-As we learn about our own similarities and differences, we learn that we are part of a great big world!  We will be learning about the 7 continents and common threads that all communities have.

World, Globe, Men, Around The

Perhaps you can help us discover some of these similarities and differences!  If you, or your families grew up in a different part of this country, or in another part of the world, we would love to know what your community was like and what it was like to be a little girl or boy.  Did you go to kindergarten?  Was your town/community the same or different from Burlington?  What did your home look like?  What did your clothing look like when you went to school and played?  Do you have any photographs or artifacts to share?  We would love to invite you to visit our room and share!

-Class Room Parents - Typically we have two room who help us coordinate special activities and events. Please consider offering to take on this role. For contact information, room parents will rely upon the class list that we create for them. Please be sure to complete the Parent-Teacher Partnership/Class List form to be included in the list.

Ready to get involved?!

Click here to go to the Parent-Teacher Partnership/Class List Form and get started!

NOTE: We are grateful for all of your support as we realize and value a strong relationship with families. In order to welcome you into our classroom, volunteers must first complete a CORI form through the superintendent's office at Burlington High School. Once CORI forms are cleared parents should schedule a confidentiality meeting with our principal, Mr. Lyons.


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