Volunteer reading with students

A New Online Volunteer Application System is now live! The Mount Vernon School District policy requires all volunteers to complete a Volunteer Application prior to volunteering in the schools. 
We encourage parents and community members to volunteer by working in classrooms, through assistance with activities and by chaperoning on field trips. Field trip chaperones must complete their application at least 2 weeks prior to the trip.

Please visit https://mountvernonvolunteers.myschooldata.net/ to start your Online Volunteer Application. 


Volunteer service is vital to the success of our schools. The  District's Volunteer Program invites parents, grandparents, students and community members to help make a difference in our schools.

How can I become a volunteer?


If you have additional questions, please send us an email at volunteer@mvsd320.org.

 


 

The following opportunities exist within Mount Vernon Schools for volunteers to contribute their time and energy:
 

5th Grade After School STEM: volunteers are needed to provide more exposure for students to science, engineering and technological concepts, ideas and practices, as well as mentor students towards becoming independent and inquisitive learners.

Support Centers: Volunteers will assist professional tutors and help students complete their homework.

Reading Tutor: Volunteers will be trained and partnered with small groups or individual students. Tutoring sessions may be daily or weekly depending on volunteer's schedule.

Math Tutor: Volunteers will be trained and partnered with small groups or individual students. Tutoring sessions may be daily or weekly depending on volunteer's schedule.

Junior Achievement Consultant: Volunteers will be trained and provided materials to teach five 30-minute lessons in a classroom.

Before-School Breakfast Reading Club:  Volunteers will listen to students read. Club meets prior to the start of the regular school day.

Chess Club:  Help teach students to play chess and prepare for tournaments.

Homework Club:  Help students finish classroom assignments.

Recess Game Leader:  Lead students in games and activities such as kickball, softball, basketball, etc.

Classroom Assistant:  Assist the teacher with materials preparation, correcting papers, special projects and helping students.

Classroom Computer Assistant:  Volunteers needed to work with students on computers.

Library Assistant:  Help with processing new books, shelving, assisting students and general library duties.

Schoolwide Lice Prevention Team:  Volunteers are needed on a regular and/or intermittent basis to help with the detection of head lice, education of parents, follow-up and prevention. Training available.