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Volunteer Opportunities at Fort Zumwalt Schools

Oasis Intergenerational Tutoring programs exist in most area school districts.

Fort Zumwalt School District

The is seeking adults over 50 years 
of age to share one hour a week during the school day with a child in
kindergarten through fifth grade to help build reading skills and self-esteem. The district will provide training, materials, and ongoing support for volunteers to work with our children as tutors and friends.Volunteers may choose the school and the available time each week to volunteer.  

Training sessions will be held on Wednesday, Sept, 5 (9 a.m.–3 p.m.) and on Thursday, September 6 (9 a.m. – 1 p.m.) The training will take place at the Professional Development Center located at 9288 Mexico Road in O’Fallon. Interested persons should contact Glenda Hauser at ghauser@charter.net.

Orchard Farm School District 

Orchard Farm is looking for reading volunteers who would spend an hour a week with a child in Kindergarten through fourth grade to build reading skills and positive attitudes toward school. 

Call Erin Kennedy at 636-250-5217 for more information and training dates.  Tutoring positions available at Orchard Farm Elementary or Discovery Elementary.

St. Charles School District

Learn more about the Oasis Tutoring program by contacting Mary Darting at 636-949-2220 or darting11@msn.com. 

Wentzville School District

The 's Volunteer Handbook states that "the use of volunteers within the school program, whether during or after regular school hours, enhances the educational process not only for students, but also for the total community." The district utilizes volunteers as support in the classroom, as resource persons and on advisory committees. Interested persons should contact the principal of the building where they are interested in serving.

Does your school or program need volunteers? Submit your volunteer announcement here and it'll be featured in an upcoming round up.

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