We know you are stretched thin! But why pick your school to volunteer your precious time?
Volunteering at your child's campus may be one of the most important, life-altering things you can ever do for your child. it sends a very clear message to them (and other students for that matter) that you're devoting your most precious commodity — yourself — to something that's important to you — their education. It shows them you support them and their teachers and lets them know that what they do matters to you.
It's all about them
We're talking about our teachers and staff the very teachers and staff who nurture your child everyday throughout the school year. We need your helping hands and smiling faces on our campuses to help lighten the load for our staff giving them more time in the classroom.
We need you!
The number one reason people don't volunteer is because no one asked them. Well, here we are asking for you to be involved! Your time and knowledge is needed and wanted by our staff and students. The diversity of our community and the experiences you can share with our students is valuable to us. Whether it's time from home or on campus, mom, dad or grandparent WE NEED YOU! We could not do it without each of you!
Check out ways you can help below!
Help Your Teacher
Amazon Wish Lists
We have gathered many Amazon wish lists for the 2020-2021 school year. Check them out here.
Room Reps serve as an extra communication arm between teachers and parents. They only help with two events all year – the Winter Party and Friendship Day!
Your child's teacher always needs help and your child will be proud to show off their parent who is volunteering. You can even help from your own home! Please contact your teacher or Room Rep to see how you can help.
Help Your School
WATCH D.O.G.S (Dads of Great Students) is a program kids love! When father-figures step on campus, the kids can't wait to see the Watch D.O.G. at morning announcements, lunch, recess, in class, etc. Learn more.
The School Store is a super fun way to reward our students. Kids come in with Beeper Bucks earned through positive behavior and parents help them spend them on items throughout the store. Contact our School Store Chair to learn more.
We're looking for Volunteers to teach Spanish once a week for thirty minutes. The district provides all program materials and training for new and returning volunteers. Learn more.
Help Your Community
LISD Clothes Closet
The Clothes Closet provides free, gently used school clothes as well as new socks and underwear to any LISD family, regardless of income. We supply volunteers 4x per year.
The backpack program aims to make sure students have food over the weekend so they are ready to learn when they arrive at school on Monday. Contact us to learn more about volunteer or donation opportunities.