SWEDESBORO — The Swedesboro-Woolwich School District is excited to announce the launching of a new volunteer program in all four schools.
This spring, the Swedesboro-Woolwich School District will be recruiting and training adult volunteers to work with teachers and students in the classroom settings. If you are 18 years of age, or older, and have an interest in working with children, then this volunteer program is for you.
All volunteers will attend a formal orientation and training with district administrators and teachers prior to being approved for the program. Volunteer candidates will also be required to complete a fingerprint/background check prior to working in the schools.
Volunteers will be expected to work directly with teachers to provide academic support in the classroom. As a district approved volunteer, you will have the option to determine the amount of time you wish to serve each week.
The Building Principal will determine all volunteer assignments based on need. A certified teacher will accompany volunteers at all times.
The Swedesboro-Woolwich School District teachers work hard for the success of their students every day; however, they can always use an extra pair of hands to provide support to enrich and enhance the learning experience for all students. What better way to spend your valuable time than to be a classroom academic volunteer.
Your time as a classroom academic volunteer will certainly make a positive difference in the lives of students while strengthening the school/community bond. Please contact Mr. Rob Titus, Principal of the Margaret Clifford School, at (856) 241-1552 ext. 3000 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or have any additional questions about the program.