Geneva School District 304 News Article

Volunteers Needed in Geneva Classrooms

A person reads a book to a class of students

After taking a pause during the COVID pandemic, Geneva School District 304 is seeking volunteers once again for our Volunteering with PRIDE program. The program, which stands for Proud Retirees (and other) Individuals Dedicated to Education, offers opportunities for approved community members to volunteer to assist in classrooms.

There are many ways a volunteer can help, such as with tutoring, mentoring, guest speaking, reading to students, or assisting teachers with small tasks. Volunteers can apply what they have learned from their careers, hobbies, family life, or other interests. Volunteers may choose a set schedule, or an occasional specific volunteer opportunity.

The school district will match the interests and abilities of the volunteer with the needs of the participating learning environments to determine where they may best be placed. There are volunteer opportunities at the elementary schools, middle schools or high school, and volunteers can choose the building they wish to work in subject to openings.

Those who are interested should complete an application. A background check and fingerprinting will be conducted as well.
For more information, please call: Angela Corngold, Central Office Receptionist, 630-463-3000 or email at [email protected].

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