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Current Volunteer Opportunities
There are many different ways to volunteer at Roosevelt.  

Classroom Help and Tutoring   

  • Woodworking
  • Chemistry
  • Social Science
  • Math
  • Physics
  • Special Education (with a Math focus)
  • Auto
  • Earth Science
  • ELL (English Language Learning) in Science and Social Science Classes

Work during the School Day?   There are After School opportunities!
One time Events
Saturday School
Parent Board
One on One Tutoring and Mentoring in:
World History
General Study Skills and Homework Help

Don't have much time to volunteer at Roosevelt?
How about working from home?
Spend some time at home translating documents for our diverse community.

Sign up online!

The Learning Center

We would like to introduce you to a new program available to your child. This program provides students with extra learning time after school. We call this after-school program the “9th Grade Learning Center”.
Who can use this resource? Any 9th grader who wants extra time to learn complicated Geography, Math, English or Science ideas. They would get one on one attention to learn skills like writing paragraphs, graphing, and concept mapping. Students can sign up for this class on their own, or if a student does poorly on a test in a class, they would be ‘strongly encouraged’ to come to an after-school study session where they would have another opportunity to learn the materials AND to re-take the test. There are extra resources to help the student learn at this Learning Center. At least 1 9th grade teacher will be volunteering his or her time to help out each session. Additionally, we are creating and training a team of student tutors to
help tutor their peers. Snacks and bus tokens will be provided.

We hope that this after-school resource will give extra opportunity to those students who are very dedicated to learning and/or for students who, for whatever reason, need to make up missed learning. We don’t want any of our students to slip through without learning the important skills and knowledge taught in each class. And we don’t want any of our students to fail. We feel that this program can catch students before they fall too far behind.
Begins: January 9, 2008
Days: Every Monday & Wednesday
Hours: 3:15-4:30

We need everyone’s support to make this a great success. If you have any questions or comments, please let us know. We look forward to continuing our efforts towards your child’s success with this exciting new program!