Partners In Education
School does not operate in a vacuum, with students being
influenced only by the professional educators who strive to make
sure that they are ready to face the world, with a world-class
education, at the end of their thirteen years with the LCM
District. Obviously, they need supportive parents, and more and
more, a supportive community to act as mentors, tutors, resource
speakers, and more.
old adage, “It takes a village to raise a child,” has never been
more true than it is today. Not all students come from the same
kind of family background, nor do they have equal opportunities
and experiences in their life away from school.
are many ways that the community can become involved in our
schools. Some students are self-motivated and could use a mentor
to help them explore a specific subject area beyond most of
their classmates. Others might need one-on-one tutoring to
assure the basics are being retained. Others may need a “special
friend” to serve as a positive adult role model.
can provide clerical assistance, such as data entry, or making
manipulatives in the lower grade levels. Any job that would free
more of teachers’ time to spend on the professional tasks that
they do so well would be valuable.
safety of our students and staff is of the utmost importance, so
each volunteer must undergo a background check. This can be
downloaded by selecting this link.
that our volunteers can be better matched with the students who
need their assistance, we would appreciate receiving a completed
interest inventory. That form can be downloaded at
Volunteer Interest Inventory.
If you have questions, please call 409.883.2232, x 3.