Three for Me

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At Home At School
  • Ask your children to explain what they learned in school.
  • Create a homework space in your home.
  • Have a weekly family reading or learning night.
  • Make family outings learning experiences.
  • Help write/type/publish the class or school newsletter.
  • Help the teacher with preparations and projects.
  • Read to a class.
  • Participate in career day.
  • Tutor students in a particular subject.
  • Attend parent-teacher conferences.
  • Attend school events.
  • Help with setup and cleanup for events.
  • Join a planning committee, server as a room parent, library assistant, translator, field trip chaperone, or a Watch Dog Dad.
In the Community
  • Attend school board meetings.
  • Ask co-workers to mentor students or volunteer for a specific purpose at the school.
  • Secure donations of supplies for the school.
  • Help create community partnerships with local businesses and organizations.
  • Participate in community service with your family and friends.

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Three for Me Volunteers Jane States (left) and Charlotte Gold (right) help Montana make selections at the PBIS Store.  PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports) is a program that rewards positive behavior with Trojan Bucks, which can then be redeemed for prizes or fun activities.  Ms. Gold and Ms. States are regular volunteers at Langston.

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