• Volunteers in the Waynesville R-VI School District 

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    The Waynesville R-VI School District and various Community Resource Office groups use volunteers from the community in many ways. Volunteers serve as chaperones at school events, teachers' assistants during class, lead activities at Club TIGER or WIN, and much more. Every hour logged in the database is worth $25.43 towards grant match requirements. New volunteer opportunities are constantly opening!

    To become a volunteer, complete and sign the required application and background check (2-sided) form and return it to the Community Resource Office located at the west end of Williams Early Childhood Center or turn it into your child's school. Once your form has been processed and approved, you will receive a phone call or email to schedule a time to have your volunteer badge created.

    THE BACKGROUND CHECK CAN TAKE UP TO TWO WEEKS TO PROCESS. PLEASE RETURN THE VOLUNTEER APPLICATION FORM AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE.

    Please download and complete AND SIGN the Volunteer Application or complete the fillable form (which still requires signatures) which includes the Family Care Safety Registration Form, if you are interested in volunteering.

    If you have any questions or need help with your background check form, please click here for the Community Resource Office contact information.

     

    Opportunities include:

    • sharing your hobby, interest, or career experience with students

    • Read to students or in a classroom

    • Become a WayConnect Mentor (see below)

     

    Volunteer as a WayConnect Mentor

    WayConnect Overview:
    WayConnect provides students with highly qualified and effective mentors who engage students in asset-building activities to build skills for school success, attendance, and problem solving. Mentors serve as positive role models and motivate students to become their best. They offer students a pathway to expand their life perspectives, overcome obstacles and build on their strengths to make positive choices and develop essential school and life skills. Mentors are not case managers or therapists. They are caring adults committed and skilled at building relationships with young people.

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