John Marshall

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Volunteers in Education
Welcome to John Marshall's Volunteers in Education Page

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for making a difference!!

Volunteers have a very important role in the education of our students.  John Marshall volunteers help out in various capacities.  What a HUGE contribution to our students and staff!!  The staff at JM really loves and appreciates all you do!! Keep it up!!           

To volunteer at John Marshall:  We use a district-wide Volunteer Management system called Raptor.  All volunteers throughout the district will be entered in the system, and will have a background check.  To sign up, use the link on the left "Volunteer Application Form".  Use the other links to see current Volunteering Opportunities, as well as reminders specific to volunteering at John Marshall.

What is Volunteers in Education?
The Volunteers in Education (ViE) program was created in 1977 and serves to enrich education in the Rochester Public Schools by making the time, talents, and expertise of parents/guardians, community members, and community businesses available to students and staff.

Volunteers have played, and will continue to play, an important and valuable role in education. Our students, teachers, administrators, parents and the Rochester community reap the benefits from the volunteer efforts of people who share their talents and resources.

As a volunteer, you will receive many rewards. You will find yourself filling the needs of students in a role that utilizes your time, talents and interests in immeasurable ways. Voluntary assistance in the education of students of all ages offers ways for you to contribute to your community while, at the same time, experience a deep sense of personal accomplishment.

John Marshall ViE Coordinator

Bobbi Jorgenson
District Volunteer Coordinator
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