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Volunteer in the AASD

Current Opportunities

AASD Central Media Book Stickering/Sorting Event


  • Monday, 7/15
  • Tuesday, 7/16
  • Monday, 7/22
  • Tuesday, 7/23

Shift Times

  • Morning: 8:00am-11:00am
  • Afternoon: 12:00pm-3:00pm


  • Attaching stickers to book covers (there are thousands of books)
  • Sorting books into sets


  • Appleton Area School District – Morgan Building 120 E. Harris St. Appleton, WI. 54911

We will be working in room L108 in the basement of the Morgan Building. Please enter the building at the Morrison St. entrance and proceed downstairs. There will be a buzzer on the wall on the right-hand side. Press the buzzer, and someone will let you in. Room L108 is on the left side at the very end of the hallway before the double doors.


  • Please do not bring food or drinks into room L108.
  • Volunteers can keep any food or drinks in the staff lounge down the hallway.
  • Snacks will be provided!

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United for Reading Success (UFRS)

United for Reading Success (UFRS) is a high-quality and well-structured volunteer reading program for our youngest students. 

The intention of the UFRS program is to encourage children to enjoy books, support their efforts to learn to read, and to celebrate their successes.

The UFRS program is aligned with AASD’s reading curriculum and instruction and is intended to build confidence and create lifelong readers and learners.

This programs includes all AASD elementary schools.

Apply now to volunteer

Here's what you need to know:

  • It's easy! Materials are simple and straightforward. You don't need teaching or tutoring experience.
  • It takes motivation! A strong belief in the importance of education is critical.
  • It's fun and rewarding! Your help will make a difference in these students' lives.

While most volunteer activities do not require special skills, all volunteer efforts require patience, flexibility and a positive attitude. Training is always provided to new tutors.

Here's how it works:

  • Complete an application
  • You will be scheduled at the desired school (Fall to mid-May)
    • One day/week as a regular tutor or
    • Once every 4-6 weeks as an active substitute
  • You will receive training on the program curriculum and processes

Tutors will typically volunteer one day/week for 1-2 hours, depending on the school and the program they are volunteering for. A greater commitment is possible and always appreciated (e.g. two days/week). Flexible scheduling is possible and can be accommodated.

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Volunteer After School

The Appleton Area School District offers high-quality, sustainable out-of-school time learning opportunities and programming for students.

These programs are provided through partnerships with the Appleton YMCA and Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley (BGC)

Each school has staff to coordinate and manage the after school program, but volunteers are a tremendous help and very appreciated!

High school students are especially encouraged to get involved in this program as volunteer mentors after school.

Apply now to volunteer


Jessica Pena-O'Connell
Administrative Assistant
Family and Community Engagement
(920) 852-5335 ext. 64010

Julie Bargholtz
Family and Community Engagement Coordinator
(920) 852-5335