Looking to get more involved with the school, but not sure where volunteers are needed?  


Here are some recent volunteer opportunities or you can contact volunteers@lcepta.org to find out where else we might need help.


 Math Olympiad Volunteers Needed

We are still in need of volunteers to lead our Jr. Math Olympiad class (2nd & 3rd grade) and to help with the 4th-6th grade Math Olympiad (MOEMS) class. This is a great opportunity to work with the kids, help develop their love for math and get them enthused for problem solving. A lot of support is available in terms of study materials and curriculum. If you are interested or have questions about this volunteer position, please contact Amy Kelly at programs@lcepta.org.


Do you have 12+ minutes in the morning or afternoon? Do you like to smile and help kids get in or out of their cars? We have several 7:55 am and 2:45 pm shifts that need to be filled. Please try out Carline for a day/week/month or whatever works best for you. Carline moves much faster with more volunteers. WE NEED YOU!

Please email carline@lcepta.org.
World Fair Content Development Volunteers 
World Fair is taking place on Thursday, March 15  & Friday, March 16, 2018.  Students will learn about 8 countries during World Fair:  Armenia, Chile, CzechRepublic, France, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Russia
We have a theme to tie all of our diverse countries together. This year's theme - DANCE! 
At this time, the program is looking for more volunteers to help with content development (booths). If you have a specific interest in one of these countries or are ethnically connected, we encourage you to get involved!
Please contact Rosana worldfair@lcepta.org for any questions or additional information.

Art Docent

Do you have an appreciation of art and a desire to share your enthusiasm with students?  If so, please consider volunteering as an Art Docent! No art experience is necessary. Art Docents go into Grade 1-6 classrooms approximately four times a year to teach students about different periods/styles of art and artists, and then guide students through a related art project. All lesson information and art supplies are provided! This is a great way to get involved in your child's classroom, and there is a lot of flexibility with the time commitment. You simply coordinate the date with your child's teacher and other docent(s). Typically, each session is about an hour, and one docent might be more comfortable giving the lesson, and the other might prefer to take more of an assistant-role.

The first picture is of a painting by Neo-Impressionist George Seurat in the late 1800's technique called Pointillism; the second picture is a Pointillism Bookmark project.

Email artdocents@lcepta.org with any questions or to sign-up. Also, look for a sign-up on classroom room rep Shutterfly sites.