Teen Volunteer Training
2-26-2014 for 10th Annual Family Fair
Sponsors of clubs/service organizations;
We are getting close to the date of the 10th Annual Family Fair 3-22-2014 and are now lining up our teen volunteers.
We will be providing volunteer training for the teens on Wednesday, February 26th.
If you know of any sponsors that I have not included, please let them know about this training. We want to ensure every club/service group has an opportunity for community service hours.
We want all students who wish to volunteer to have an opportunity for community service hours for Family Fair setup on Friday, 3/21/14 and the day of the event – Saturday, 3/22/14.
Students not attached to any club/organization are welcome to volunteer with us as well.
All students can participate in our teen/volunteer training, which will prepare students for what is expected at Family Fair and working with children in Child Supervision.
Please read the attached 2 page letter/form concerning teen volunteer training and encourage your students to participate.
Our volunteers help to make Family Fair successful.
Please contact me if you have any questions.
Due to schools being closed for weather, SEAC meeting notifications were not sent out.
The Special Education Advisory Committee meeting scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.
The next SEAC meeting will be on Monday, February 24, 2014, 5:30 p.m. at the Parent Resource Center.
Click on the tabs to register as a presenter and/or vendor for our 10th Annual Family Fair scheduled for Saturday, March 22, 2014.
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