Be a Positive Addition to our school through
our Parent Volunteer Program!!
The Parent/Community Volunteer Program at our school is a blessing to our teachers, students, and administration. If you ask our Volunteers, they would say the experience had been a blessing to them also. Our volunteers include grandparents, aunts, uncles, and retirees as well. Each year community members and parents of our students are invited to be a part of this program resulting in a huge number of volunteers working in our school. Parent Volunteers are officially recognized and honored at the school awards program held each May, but they are appreciated every day.
Community involvement at South Beauregard Elementary has been tremendous over the years. Our Parent Volunteers work many hours during the school year. This is TRULY WORKING TOGETHER when so many people who have the best interest of all the kids, not just a few, are positively involved. Activities will vary from grade level to grade level, teacher to teacher. Can you cut with scissors? You are NEEDED! Can you design a bulletin board? You are NEEDED! Can you read a story to a child or listen to a child read a story to you? You are NEEDED! Any job you can do gives the teacher more time to work directly with her students.
Volunteers work a variety of hours. Some volunteers work one hour per day, and some one hour per week. Some volunteers work one day a week; some work one day a month. Some work outside the home and help in other ways, i.e., providing treats for parties, etc.
Volunteers are needed in every area. You can help in the regular education classrooms, computer labs, library, music, pre-school, P.E., and special education classrooms. You can help with special programs throughout the year such as Honor Roll -Banner Roll Rewards day, DIBELS testing, Knight Buck shopping day, Christmas Program, Open House, Kindergarten roundup, field trips, Fun Day, etc. Being a part of the Parent/Community Volunteer Program is being a part of the community. Please join our parent volunteers. They are doing wonderful things for our school. We really appreciate them!
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THE READING RUNWAY (The first box- yellow)
· Reading tutorials for Prekindergarten–grade 3 students
· Animated lessons teach key literacy skills
· Interactive activities provide immediate feedback
· Includes phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary,
· Designed for independent use
Reading Rockets gives Reading Information and Tips for Parents
Suggested Summer (or anytime) Reading lists for children
Keep your child and teen safe on the Internet with tips at NetSmartz.
The following links are helpful family friendly links you might find of interest.Additional links are available on student page.
No Time for Flashcards
The Artful Parent
Left Brain Right Brain
Lemon Lime Adventures
You Tube Science Shows
National Geographic kids
Teachers and Families
South Beauregard Elementary does not endorse any of the named websites but simply provides a link of interest.