All new and prospective volunteers and chaperones require a background check. To complete your background check, click here to visit the District Volunteer webpage. Parents and other volunteers will only need to complete on background check for the entire time their children are enrolled in the district.
We are in need of volunteers for Hearing and Vision Screening, Activity Nights, and Testing.
People often feel that as their son or daughter moves to the middle level their opportunities to partner with their child’s school ends. Nothing could be further from the truth at Middle School East. We are excited to provide a number of opportunities for you to be involved at Middle School East.
Volunteers to Work with Students
We have been working to continually personalize the educational opportunities for our students and need your help! A team of staff members are collaborating to provide additional support to meet the individual learning needs of our students. As we do this, we are realizing we are in need of volunteers to work with individuals or small groups of students on reading or math interventions similar to interventions implemented at the elementary level. A member of the Middle School East staff will train volunteers on these simple intervention strategies that have been proven to help increase student achievement.
Activity Night Volunteers
Middle School East will host Activity Nights throughout the year for both Middle School East and West students. We welcome parent volunteers to assist in selling concessions, playing games and supervising students.
- 7th and 8th grade Activity Night -- October 13, 2017, from 6:00-9:00 p.m.
- 5th and 6th Grade Activity Night -- March 9, 2018, from 6:00-8:30 p.m.
We appreciate any and all efforts you make in partnering with our school as we collaboratively work to support our students at Middle School East. If you would like more information about any volunteer opportunity, please contact the Middle School East Office, at 763-497-2655 ext. 93000.
Parent Resource Guides
Click here to review materials from the Search Institute presentation -- Family First: Creating Connections That Help Young People Thrive. This FYCC-sponsored event was held on October 9, 2017 at Middle School West.
Help Reduce Truancy
Please click here to review a letter from Wright County Attorney, Thomas N. Kelly, regarding parent support in reducing truancy.