To volunteer for any of these programs, contact us!
Reflections Program: This National PTA program that offers kids the opportunity to create works of art in 4 areas: literature, musical composition, photography and visual arts. Also more information can be found on www.ptareflections.org. The chairperson will distribute fliers, hang posters, and submit forms. Volunteer to help!
Dolphin Games: a competitive “Field Day” for our students. Students exercise their physical strengths to complete
Red Ribbon Week: A week of activities and events dedicated to our Drug Awareness Program (Healthy Choices for the younger children). We need volunteers to help promote activities, distribute fliers and decorate the school. Learn about Red Ribbon Week 2015
Fifth Grade Mother/Daughter Tea: An evening for fifth grade girls with their mothers or a female relative featuring a presentation about puberty and the physical and emotional changes it will bring. It is usually on an evening in the spring. Refreshments will be served. We will need volunteers to help with invitations, food, booking a speaker, and decorations. We will also need 4th and 5th grade parents to help serve.
Sixth Grade Guy Stuff: An informative presentation for fifth grade boys and their fathers or a male relative about puberty and how they change physically and emotionally when they grow up. It is usually on an evening in the spring. Refreshments will be served. We will need volunteers to help with invitations, food, booking a speaker, and decorations. We will also need 4th and 5th grade parents to help serve.
D.A.R.E.®Graduation: Define, Assess, Respond and Evaluate. A program offered by the Irvine Police Department empowering our fifth graders “To Resist Drugs And Violence”. www.dare.com
Meet the Masters: An art program for elementary school that not only teaches the students to create beautiful art work but also educates them about different kinds of artwork, the artists and their work. Volunteers are needed for cutting papers, and prearing material for students to do the artwork or help with a the art teacher in the classroom.
Staff Appreciation Week: A week of special treatment for our wonderful staff and teachers to appreciate their hard work. Volunteers needed to plan the activities of the week, make flyers, prepare breakfast and a luncheon for staff.