- Published on Wednesday, 16 May 2012 01:00
- Written by Los Altos Town Crier
Music for Minors seeks volunteers
Music for Minors seeks volunteers interested in training to become music teachers for students in kindergarten through third grade.
The nonprofit organization, devoted to keeping music alive in local schools, provides sequential, standards-based music education programs for children throughout Santa Clara and San Mateo counties.
Music for Minors has scheduled an informational meeting noon June 13 at its offices in Mountain View, 883 N. Shoreline Blvd., Suite C120.
Music for Minors will provide volunteers all the tools necessary to teach music in the elementary classroom. Training is in mid-September and volunteers may attend sessions in Los Altos or Redwood City.
For more information, call 237-9130 or visit www.mfm.org.
LAKA summer classes scheduled at new campus
Los Altos KidzAdventures (LAKA), endorsed by the Los Altos School District, has scheduled a variety of summer enrichment classes for students entering grades 1-4.
Classes are slated 8:30 a.m. to noon June 18 through July 13 at Gardner Bullis School, 25890 W. Fremont Road, Los Altos Hills. Experienced teachers trained in the developmental needs of young students designed the classes.
Two classes may be taken during each two-week session. Cost is $175 per class, per session.
LAKA classes include Young Chefs, Computers, Outrageous Outdoor Games, Magnificent Machines, Art, Lively Ink, Math Masters, Writing Workshop, Mysterious World and Robotics. A Skills for Kindergarten class will be offered for children entering kindergarten. A four-week class will be available for children entering first grade who need additional support in reading and writing.
Living Classroom seeks volunteers
The Los Altos School District’s Living Classroom Program seeks volunteers who enjoy working with students and appreciate nature.
The program reaches all grade levels within the district and includes hands-on education in a variety of areas, including science, history and math.
Training is available to acquaint docents with the lesson content; all materials are provided.
A docent and often an assistant docent – along with one or two volunteer parents inside or outside the classroom – direct lessons.