High Point Elementary Loves Volunteers!
You can make a difference in a child's life by volunteering at High Point Elementary!
Volunteers and community partners make a difference by helping students develop the skills, knowledge and attitudes that are the hallmark of a quality education. The contributions of volunteers and community partners clearly demonstrate to students that their success is important enough for the community to take an active role in their education.
There are many ways for you to help, such as-
Any dependable volunteer can mentor and/or tutor. It is not necessary to have formal teaching experience. To be a successful mentor or tutor, you must be fond of children, have patience, and understanding. Mentors work one-on-one with a student for a half an hour each week to help encourage, support, and help them develop a positive attitude towards school in order to achieve academic success.
Business Partners work with our school by donating materials, money or man-power. We appreciate any and all donations. No gift is too small!
Great American Teach-In
The annual Duke Energy “Great American Teach-In,” is a part of Pinellas County Schools annual American Education Week celebration. This educational event usually occurs on a Wednesday in November. It is a special opportunity for members of the community to participate in speaking to students for an hour, a few hours, or the entire day! Participants are able to provide a personal perspective on their career choice, trades or personal experiences pertaining to education or overcoming obstacles personally or professionally. We are seeking speakers for this event in order to make it a success at High Point Elementary!