Volunteers

 Volunteer With Us |  Never underestimate the impact that your involvement has on your child!

On-Going Opportunities:

Breakfast Club

To volunteer to help with Breakfast Club please click here

Lunch Monitor

To volunteer for Lunches please click here.

Driveline

To volunteer to help with AM or PM "Driveline" please click here.

Homework Club

A great way to avoid waiting in afternoon drive-line, and maybe even take your own child home with homework complete.  This opportunity is after school and only requires volunteers to monitor students (no tutoring involved).  If you are interested, please click here.

TSA Volunteer

To volunteer for TSA or provide snacks please click here.






Current Opportunities:






Classroom Mentors Needed


This year STEM has launched a new class for high school students; titled Research and Lab Methodologies. This class is designed for student to design and implement their own research with experimentation project. 


The class is in need of people in the following research fields to help mentor students
throughout the duration of their project If you are interested in helping mentor students, please contact Nikki Dobos at nikki.dobos@stemhigh.org

Animal Sciences (ANIM)
Behavioral and Social Sciences (BEHA)
Biochemistry (BCHM)
Biomedical and Health Sciences (BMED)
Cellular and Molecular Biology (CELL)
Chemistry (CHEM)
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (CBIO)
Earth and Environmental Sciences (EAEV)
Embedded Systems (EBED)
Energy: Chemical (EGCH)
Energy: Physical (EGPH)
Engineering Mechanics (ENMC)
Environmental Engineering (ENEV)
Materials Science (MATS)
Mathematics (MATH)
Microbiology (MCRO)
Neuroscience/ Neurobiology
Physics and Astronomy (PHYS)
Plant Sciences (PLNT)
Robotics and Intelligent Machines (ROBO)
Systems Software (SOFT)



Office Help 

We are looking for 6 parent volunteers to bubble answer sheets for the 5th grade Cog-AT on September 10th at 9:00am.

We're using VolunteerSpot to organize our Office work Sign-up.

Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:

1) Click this link to see our Sign-Up on VolunteerSpot: http://vols.pt/6SuCGL

2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.

3) Sign up! It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on VolunteerSpot.




Donation Opportunities: 


Sixth grade Social Studies is looking for small prizes to be donated as incentives for our students.  We are in need of any of the following items for 250 students: pencils, fruit candy, erasers, lollipops, Gatorades, soda, slinkies, journals, fancy pens, bouncy balls, fake tattoos, poppers, yo-yos, finger traps, key chains or anything else that a 6th grade student may want.  Any quantity is of course is welcomed.  
Thank you so much! Mrs. Lunn and Mrs. Hoffman




Dear STEM Parents,

Our English Enrichment class serves students who need extra support in the areas of reading, vocabulary, and other Language Arts related skills. These students work on a program called Reading Plus that allows them to Level Up once they have mastered a skill set for a certain grade level. 

The goal is to encourage students to meet their weekly progress set by the program and in so doing Level Up progressively until they reach their current grade level's skill set or beyond. 

To provide positive incentive, we offer $5 gift cards to Target and Starbucks as a reward when students Level Up. This helps build their confidence and is something that each student looks forward to throughout the semester. 

We are requesting donations of $5 gift cards to help support these students' hard work and achievements. Your donation will go to the cause of increasing literacy and building positive associations with reading and language arts practice. 

If you are interested in this donation opportunity, click here: http://vols.pt/SPCDJJ

Thank you so much!

Mrs. Christian


Remember that every $20 = 1 volunteer hour
Just make the conversion and log in the appropriate event.
 PLEASE LABEL and Deliver your items to the front desk.
 Log your donation in HelpCounter for your hours
 Thank you!!

Volunteering Basics:

Thank you to our volunteers at STEM School and Academy!  We wouldn't be here without everyone who contributes -- our successes are truly a group effort.  
Our charter requires a commitment of 30 volunteer hours per family (15 per single parent families).  
To help make volunteering seamless, we are using the software system, HelpCounter, to:
  • Set-up family accounts for volunteer requirements
  • Track and log volunteer hours completed
  • Select “interest” areas which will allow us to contact you with volunteer opportunities                                                                            

When volunteer opportunities become available within the area of interest that you have chosen, you will be emailed with a sign up link.


There are often donation opportunities available as well.  

Every $20 = 1 volunteer hour, and can be logged just like all other hours.  


Set up your account:
  • One benefit of our volunteer system is that when you sign in at the front desk, your volunteer hours will automatically be logged for you.  You will also have the capability to log hours from home.
  • To get your account startedrequest your password, or log your hours,       click here          
  • Please be sure to create your account as a family (ie: Jack & Jill Hill)
  • If you feel like you will both be here at the same time and want separate accounts, please let us know by clicking this link so that we can link your accounts and give full credit when adding up hours.  
  • Also, be sure to let us know by clicking this link if you are a single parent family.

Thank you, and please let me know if I can answer any questions for you,

Kathy Reid
Volunteer Coordinator
kathy.reid@stemhigh.org  


https://www.helpcounterweb.com/update/sign_into_account.php?aid=fjzbuuudh

Staff
Kathy Reid (
kathy.reid@stemhigh.org)
STEM School and Academy Volunteer Coordinator

Committees
Congratulations to the families that have completed their volunteer commitment hours:


Adam, John and Karen

Annen, Clarice

Archer, Michelle

Archer, Tracey

ATHRON, SHAHEEN

Bailey, Stephanie

Baird, Nikki

Bartz, Chris

Bates, Sonia & Scott

Baum, Amy

Billings, Ali

Bolton, Juanita

Borchert, Renee

Borisova, Eleonora

Broome, Amy

Butler, Kathy

Calla, Nicole

Camp, Cindy

Carmickle, Janelle

Champeau, Neil

CHAYET, BARBARA

Chestnut, Greg and Victoria

Cho, Joyce/Kevin

Chopra, Amri

Chtaiwi-korn, Leila

Cobb, Jennifer

Coffee, Ron, Connie and Zach

Cole, Ann Marie

Coleman, Mike and terri

Coleman, Terri

Conway, Susan

Crowder, Denise

Csapo, Andras - Csapo, Leigh

Curless, Tiffiny

Cusick, Deirdre

Donovan, Jeni

Drazga, Audra

Du Plooy, Mariana

Duarte, Rebecca

Duda, Barbara

Eakin, Don  - Eakin, Ellen

Eldar, Ravit and Eran

Engler, Kim and Keith

Enserro, Elizabeth

Farmer, Kelly

Fast, Lisa

Feight, Paula & Don

Fiechtner, Cindy

Finley, Katherine

Flanders, George

Fustich, Adrianne

gallano, catherine

Gilbert, Diane - Gilbert, Diane

Glaser, Kim

Goodwill, Christy

Grande, Kendra

Greet, Ellen

Grigorieva, Lioudmila

Hager, Pat

Hale, Tina

Hales, Shelle

hall, shuka

Haney, Carlett & Paul

heath, heath

Hegemann, Kim & Al

Heninger, David & Karisa

Hepperlen, Jolene

Holland, Natalie - Holland, Robert

Holowaty, Jennifer

horton, cindy - Todd, Suzanne

Howard, Keri

Hulshof, Cecile

Hundt, Allan & Celine

Hunt, Lonni and Bruce

Irvine, Rosa

Jaffer, Hashmat

Johnson, Paul and Jenny

Johnson, Stephannie

Jones, Jeff

Joslin, Leann

Kane, Julie

Katamaneni, Sreenivasa

Kerr-Atkinson, Lorraine

ketter, karina

Key, Sandra & Bryon

Kirschbaum, Kim and Mike

Kishiyama, Stacie

Kling, Angela

Krieger, Vicki

Kumar, Anand - Kumar, Varsha

Lamberson, Gretchen

Laraia, Lori

Lofblad, Madeline

Loptien, Mona

Lundberg, Jill

Magnusen, Sandra and Todd

Marsh, Adelia

Martin, Dana

Martinez, Cheryl or Roy

McMaster, Jenni

Medberry, Jean

Mickus, Susan

Mol, Lisa - Mol, Ron

Montgomery, Susan

Moran, Mary and Joe

Mowery, Lucinda

Mukkamala, Ramesh

Music, Tricia

Nims, Michele

O'Byrne, Carrie - Obyrne, Carrie

O'Neill, Jill

Palmer, Kim

Parol, Beata

Parsons, Jane

Pasquariello, Celeta - Pasquariello, Rebecca

Persoff, Irma

Pham, Trang

Phillips, Frances and Michael

Prehm, Kellyn

Procter, Barbara

Quinn, Kendra

Reed, Julie

Robinette, Patty

Rollins, Jenn

Romero, Annette

RUIZ, MIREYA

Ryan, Olga

Sackrison, Cathy and David

saeed, mary

Sapp, Suzanne

Schaefer, Dana /Rudy Lukez

Schesser, Bryan & Sara

Schoel, Stephanie

schwartz, jennee

Scott, Karon - Scott, R. Pat

Scott, Kimberly & Tim - Yates, Doug - Yates, Patricia

Searles, Paula

Segura, Denise

Shankar, Rinku

Simonson, Krista

Slack,

Smardo, Elizabeth

Smith, Mary and Patrick

SOMMER, ANDREA

Soto, Samira

Spencer, Pamela

Tan, Patricia

Thorn, Eric

Thorp, Lori

Traynor, Barbara

tunks, juliet

Turner, Kelli

van den Bulk, There's

Vaughan, Lori

Villamaria, Angie

Walker, Audrey

White, Jamey and Annalee

Williams, Cathie

Wojcik, Caryl

Work Swaim, Jeanne

Wwarnock, Katherine

Yardeny, Ingrid

Zerr, Kathryn

Zieg, Melinda