- Supports the schools’ music, art, drama, dance, or band program in any capacity.
- Assists with school events.
- Helps teacher/sponsor with preparations and clean-up.
- Helps design and build stage sets for school performances.
- Designs and/or makes costumes.
- Travels with students to performances.
- Organizes fundraisers.
Classroom: (Basic Reading, Math, English, Science, Social Studies)
- Works with students in general subject area.
- Supervises learning centers, games, and other areas.
- Monitors and assists with computer-based learning applications.
- Works with small groups on special projects.
- Assists teacher in organizing classroom.
Clerical: Assists with the operation of the school in such specified roles such as receptionist, data input assistant, or file clerk.
Dade Partner : Business or organization that has adopted a school to provide support and resources.
- Assists the school and teachers in overseeing students on field trips.
- Takes responsibility for a group of students as assigned by the teacher.
- Ensures the safety of all the students.
- Remains with the group during the entire trip.
Volunteer Chaperone Guidelines
- Chaperones/volunteers must be 21 years of age or older, even if the person is an employee of M-DCPS.
- Chaperones/volunteers may not bring preschoolers or children who are not registered at the school for which they are volunteering on the trip.
- Chaperones/volunteers are prohibited from consuming alcoholic beverages or using mood modifiers at any time.
Educational Excellence School Advisory Council (EESAC):
The EESAC is the sole body responsible for final decision-making at the school relating to implementation of the provision of the state system of improvement and accountability. The EESAC’s additional responsibilities include the following:
- To assist in the preparation, implementation, and evaluation of the School Improvement Plan (SIP);
- To assist in the preparation and evaluation of the school’s annual budget; and
- To recommend waivers or changes to Florida Statute, Florida Board of Education Rules, School Board Bylaws & Policies, and labor contract provisions.
- Assists media specialist as needed.
- Reads to students or serves as a story-teller.
- Assists students with creating audio/visual media presentations
- Assists with book fairs.
- Assists at any grade level and in any subject area.
- Works with small groups of students to reinforce basic skills.
- Offers remedial help or reinforcement activities.
- Provides additional support to exceptional students.
- Provides students with the opportunity to learn about careers, hobbies, talents, travel experiences, and skills.
- Delivers motivational presentations.
- Supports instructional program.