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Volunteer for the WSSB!!!

Adrienne Fernandez at (360)696-6321 x180


Download Complete Volunteer Packet HERE (zip file)
Download Volunteer Handbook HERE
Download Volunteer Application HERE
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Download Background Criminal History Information HERE
Download Oath of Confidentiality HERE

Download Volunteer Hours Reporting (xls) HERE

Levels Description
At the beginning of the school year each student is evaluated on their mental and physical ability to perform specific recreational tasks and then is given a recreation level (1, 2, or 3). This level is used to determine whether a recreational activity is appropriate for that student. Each recreation activity is given a suggested level of participation to ensure student success and safety.
Level 1 *
Students need to have one on one assistance to participate in activities. These students tend to have a lower physical stamina and have a difficult time following specific skill instruction.
Level 2 *
Students need a lot of initial instruction in an activity. Once they have shown activity understanding they are able to perform the activity independently but will need someone to check in with them from time to time. Physical stamina is sometimes limited but they are able to understand and follow directions.
Level 3 *
Students will engage independently in activities. They have full understanding of the expectations of each activity and meet all of its physical requirements.

WSSB Spring Recreation Activities
(Dates/Events are subject to change)

Petra’s Sculpting Class-Mondays March 3 - April 21 in Art Room 3:05-5pm
Tandem Thursday March 13 - 3:05 - pre-ride safety meet in cafeteria  
Overnight Cross Country Ski Tuesday March 18 & Wednesday 19
Tandem Thursday March 20 - 3:05-5:30 meet at warehouse
Hike Tuesday March 25 - 3-5:30pm-Destination TBA-meet in commons
Tandem Thursday March 27 - 3:05-5:30 meet at warehouse

Lion’s Pie Making Event Thursday April 3 - 2-4pm in dining room
Female students to select prom dresses Friday April 4 - 8:30-11:30am
 Spring Break April 7th through 11th
Easter egg stuffing for Camas Parks and Rec. Tuesday April 15 - 5:30-8pm
Century Link Pioneers Beeper Easter Egg Hunt Wednesday April 16 - 1:30-3pm (for Stephanie’s class and Outreach students)
Tandem Thursday April 17 - 3:05-5:30 meet at warehouse
Crafts in rec center -Tuesday April 22 - 3:05-4pm
Hike Tuesday April 22 - 3-5:30pm-Destination TBA- meet in commons
Dee’s Eye Condition Class April 23 - 6-7:30pm in Library (Highly Recommended)
NW Children’s Theatre Little Red “Riding Hood” Thursday April 24 - 6-9:30pm-meet at fountain

Camp Magruder April 28-May 1
Golf at Heron Lakes Monday May 5 - 3:05-5:30pm-meet in commons
Othello at Portland Center Stage May 8- 11am -3:30pm
Tandem Thursday May 8 - 3:05-5:30 meet at warehouse
Prom hair, make up, finger nails May 8 - 3:30-5:00pm (set up 2:30 in rec. center)
Set up and chaperone for prom May 8 - Time to be announced
Golf at Heron Lakes Monday May 12 - 3:05-5:30pm-meet in commons
Crafts in rec center - Tuesday May 13 - 3:05-4pm
Track Meet Thursday May 15 - 8am-3pm
Last Tandem ride- pizza at Blind Onion May 15 - 3:05-6:00pm-meet at warehouse
Golf at Heron Lakes Monday May 19 - 3:05-5:30pm-meet in commons
Volunteer Recognition-Spring  May 22:
Dinner in Cafeteria-4:30-6pm-Open House-5:00-6pm-Concert-6:30-8pm
No School Memorial Day May 26
Hike May 27 from 3-5:30-Destination TBA-meet in commons
Lion’s Field Event Thursday May 29 - 4:30-6:30pm

Golf at Heron Lakes Monday June 2 - 3:05-5:30pm - meet in commons
Annual Picnic-June 5 - 4:30
Commencement June 6th – 9:30 Sherman Auditorium
June 13-Last day of school

*Tuesday evening swim in Kennedy Pool - 6:30-7:45-Last Swim June 3
*Speech Club Thursday in the Library from 3-4pm through May 29 excluding: May 1, May 8, and May 15

*Level 1-Students need to have one on one assistance to participate
*Level 2 & 3-Student have ability to participate independently

Ongoing Volunteer opportunities:

Please phone me if you have any questions at (360) 696-6321 ext. 180 or email at
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We are always looking for individuals who have a special talent, skill, hobby or idea they would like to share with our students.

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