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Ways to Volunteer

We value parent involvement and encourage you to participate.  There are many ways that you can get involved at Noddin as a volunteer.  Listed below are just a few suggested ways.       
  1. Response to Instruction:  Noddin has an effective Language Arts Program that was implemented in 2007 called Flexible Grouping, also known as Response to Instruction (RtI), which allows teachers to effectively deliver reading skills to students in a strategic and research-based manner that addresses the students where they are in their learning.  After extensive formative assessment, students are strategically placed in a classroom for approximately one hour per day Monday through Thursdays to receive instruction.  We are seeing great gains and student success as a result of targeting instruction to meet student needs.   If you would like to be involved in working in a small group of 6-8 students, contact your child’s teacher or the principal to see if volunteering during RtI is viable for both you and the teacher.  This is an extremely important volunteer position where consistent attendance is mandatory.

  2. Noddin Home and School Club: Get involved with the Noddin Home and School Club.  There are a variety of ways you can support this group.  Volunteer your time to help out on any of the committees or programs sponsored by this important organization.  They are responsible for our Art Vistas, Ceramics, School Beautifications, Book Fairs, Harvest Festival, room parents, and so much more.  You can also support this organization with donations.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          
  3. Running Club:  Support this activity that helps our students understand the importance of exercise.  Twice a week at lunch, volunteers come out to support our students running and walking.  Parents set up and monitor the "track."  They also track the students' number of laps.  This program cannot run without parents.
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