Student Activity Volunteer Opportunities

Student Activity Volunteers work with students within the schools, must meet all requirements, must be identified while onsite and may not be left with students unsupervised.

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The SFPS Athletics Department and coaching staff needs experienced assistance from knowledgeable volunteers who have current state or national certifications or licenses. For more information about volunteering in our Athletics Department, please contact Larry Chavez Jr. at 505-467-3422 or You can also find out information from our Human Resources Department at 505-467-2008 or

Artists and musicians are encouraged to visit SFPS school sites on a recurring and consistent basis. Volunteers coordinate with SFPS art and music teachers to help support and augment current projects and curriculum by bringing real-world experience and knowledge into the classroom. Available as needed throughout the District.

School libraries could use help with a variety of tasks including the shelving and organization of books and the hosting of special events. Teacher Librarians could utilize volunteers to help enrich their spaces and expand their services for our children. Available as needed throughout the District.

All school sites grades K-12 require additional support surrounding student supervision during student drop off, lunch and student pick up. The needs and timing required for duty will differ for each school site. Available as needed throughout the District.

Reading to our students offers behavior and academic progression, helps increase literacy and vocabulary, and exercises memory through comprehension. Reading enthusiasts are most valuable at all elementary and K-8 school sites. Available as needed throughout the District.

Parent Academy offers free courses and workshops to SFPS parents within the community. These classes are held at various schools throughout the District. Parent Academy needs assistance and support for their child care providers that work with children between the ages of 4-12. In addition, Parent Academy could use specific tutors within the classroom courses to tutor parents as it pertains to the volunteer’s field of expertise and experience.

A parent organization or association encourages parental participation in our schools. These entities are formulated by a combination of parents, teachers, administration and students to help increase parent engagement and often provide resources and funding for activities within the schools. Available as needed throughout the District.

Connect to students through the act of writing letters. 
Community members will use letter writing through four cycles of letters to develop a healthy, meaningful relationship with students from Kindergarten through twelfth grade and contribute to the social emotional success of the student, while also helping them develop their writing skills. 

School Advisory Council is a collection of various people throughout the school & community who are engaged with the District at a school site. Members often include parents, teachers, students, administrators, support staff, community members & students. Parents and community members are encouraged to participate on a volunteer basis. The purpose of the SAC is to advocate on behalf of each school site to promote improvement and student support. Available as needed throughout the District.

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