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Volunteer Opportunities Parents & Student Teachers

Volunteer Handbook 

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Volunteer Forms

Volunteer Application

Participation Agreement 

Handbook Receipt & Acknowledgement

Benefits of Volunteering

  • Get Connected - There’s no better way to know what’s happening in our schools.

  • Discover Great Resources - Learn about workshops designed for parents and families.

  • Tap into a Network - Build rapport with our school communities and share ideas, concerns, and experiences.

  • Watch Yourself Grow - Put your skills and talents to use for a noble cause—students in the LESD community.

  • Speak Up - Effectively suggest changes.

  • Create Solutions - Be part of the solution, helping make positive changes.

  • Be a Role Model - Demonstrate the importance you place on education.

  • And Much More! - Sponsorships, leadership training, accolades and overall student success.

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Learn about more volunteering opportunities

The volunteer program at Lawndale Elementary School District is designed to encourage parents and student teachers be active participants in the LESD community while ensuring that steps are taken to protect the interests of our students.

A school volunteer is a person willing to take time to share wisdom and experience with those on the threshold of the future, our students. A school volunteer helps to expand and enrich the students’ learning experiences by working under the direction of teachers and school staff. Education is a team effort and volunteers are a very critical part of the school team.

 

Parent Volunteers

 

The district has established volunteer guidelines to provide for an effective program that ensures a safe environment for you, the children, and our staff. We are extremely appreciative of our community resources and thank you for providing your precious time, individual talents, and expertise as a school volunteer.

If you are a parent and have questions, please contact your school site's Community Liaison.

If you are a student teacher or student observer and have questions, please contact Trine Apfelberg at (310) 973-1300 ext. 50043.

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