Ready to Volunteer?

Ready to Volunteer?

 Committed, caring volunteers/tutors are the driving force that make these programs work!

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.

Volunteer Now!


March 13, 2020 - The health and safety of our students, staff, families, and volunteers are a top priority. Therefore as a district, we are following recommendations to prevent the spread of this virus in our community. We will pause our volunteer tutoring programs, the United for Reading Success and Math Achievement Program, effective Monday, March 16, 2020 until further notice. We will continue to monitor and provide updates as more information becomes available. 

To apply to become a tutor, click on the program you are interested in:

United for Reading Success

Math Achievement

After School

Program Tutor Position Descriptions

As a volunteer, it's important for you to know the requirements and expectations of tutoring.

District-wide Math and Reading Tutor

After School Volunteer