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Parent Volunteers

Whether it is at open house or the first day of school, parents will be asked to think about volunteering. Having parents be an active part of their child's school day builds a strong home-school connection. Use this collection to help get parents to come in and keep them!
A Collection By Hayley Mason
  • 4 Collection Items
  • 4 Collection Items
  • Discussion
Parent Volunteers
  • Parent Volunteer Form

    Website
    teacherspayteachers.com
    teacherspayteachers.com
    Hayley Mason says:
    This volunteer note is a great start to staying organized with parent volunteers. It gives parents the option to help the classroom outside of school hours so more parents feel welcomed.
  • Hayley Mason says:
    As I ask for parent volunteers, I refer to this site. It has a few examples of obstacles parents may come to you with in regards to volunteering. Each obstacle gives a few options on how you can tackle the problem and involve the parent.
  • parent volunteers

    Website
    teachinginthetongass.com
    teachinginthetongass.com
    Hayley Mason says:
    Teachers may worry that having a parent volunteer will require them to cut out instruction time in order to get parents going on tasks. Having a parent binder is the solution. This resource has tips and printouts for getting your binder started.
  • 50 Ideas for Parent Volunteers

    Website
    daughtersandkindergarten.blogspot.com
    daughtersandkindergarten.blogspot.com
    Hayley Mason says:
    Running out of ways to use your parent volunteers? Sometimes it can be hard to find something to do when you are wrapped up in the daily grind. This list has 50 ways that you can utilize parents in and out of your classroom.