Events and Services
Volunteers bring fresh perspectives, enthusiasm and unique skills into our schools while assisting teachers, staff and students. They encourage students and inspire them to reach their full potential. Our volunteers have discovered that spending time and sharing talents with students and staff is an energizing and worthwhile experience. Whether you have an hour a day, a week or month, we have students, classrooms and schools that can use your help.
Here are just some of the ways you can get involved and make a difference:
- Read with elementary students
- Help students master basic skills in reading or math
- Work behind the scenes in a school office, media center or on school projects and events
- Bring real world experiences to the classroom by sharing your career, travel or ethnic heritage
- Serve on a district advisory committee
Many of our district teachers offer private tutoring for our families. Parents may use this list of tutors to review and request tutoring options within our school district. Please use the contact information included to contact tutors you are interested in working with. Scheduling, payment and room reservation (if using a district space) will be managed directly with the tutor you select. All tutors on this list are currently employed licensed teacher within our school district. They have passed all district-required background checks. Community Education is only providing this list as a resource to families and cannot guarantee the quality of any listed tutor beyond confirmation of their current teaching license and passed district background check.
Becoming a Tutor
If you are a current District 112 teacher and would like to be added to the comprehensive tutor list OR you are a community business and are interested in advertising with us, please contact Community Education by sending an email to Katie Johnson at email@example.com. Please include your name, address, phone number and refer to your interest in tutoring in your request.
Weekend Food Program (Humanity Alliance)
This weekend meal delivery program provides a weekend’s worth of freshly made, nutritious meals. The meals are delivered each Friday right to your door. The meal kit includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks for Friday night through Monday morning. Choose your delivery size based on the number of people in your household. All students in a family are eligible to participate. Sign up using this link or contact your school social worker or counselor for more information.