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Chaperones and Volunteers

Chaperoning

Any individual such as a parent, step-parent, legal guardian, grandparent or relative is eligible to be a school chaperone after a background screening. Chaperones will be fingerprinted and must agree to a background check. For details see the Volunteer Handbook then contact the office to receive the correct paperwork.


 
Volunteering

Volunteers are always welcome and valued. Download the Volunteer Handbook from this page. When you are ready to get started, contact the office to receive the correct paperwork. Volunteers are not required to be fingerprinted by the state.

School Council Information

School Council Mission Statement
 
The Quail Run School Council will coordinate and facilitate those activities and programs of school, home and community, which encourage and enhance the growth, development and well being of students of Quail Run Elementary.
To support the schools' vision and mission through the evaluation of programs and providing feedback from all members of the community in the following areas:
    • Advise the Principal
    • Evaluate programs/services/expectations
    • Conduct Annual Family Survey
    • Enhance Parent/Educator Relations
    • Provide feedback from the Community
    • Consider and evaluate new initiatives or programs 
Upcoming Meetings for the 2016-2017 School Year:  
  • Meetings are held in the conference room from 3:30-4:30
    • September 20
    • October 11
    • November 22
    • January 17
    • February 21
    • March 28
    • April 25
    • May 9

2016-2017 School Council Members

Marta Maynard, Principal
Alicia Montanez, Administrative Assistant
Wendy Zeadow, Certified Staff
Steve Wagenbach, Certified Staff
Courtney Peterson, Parent Representative
Misty Hogue, Parent Representative
Debbie Ingebretson, Community Member


 

School Council Meeting Agenda, Bylaws, and Minutes

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