Volunteers Needed -- Earn Community Service
TOTV is April 29-30 in Old Town Temecula. Proceeds raised from Temecula Education Foundation (TEF) programs like TOTV go directly back to schools in the form of curriculum support grants to fund enrichment for Grades K-12.
Students can register to volunteer at http://tef.ivolunteer.com/2016. All volunteers receive a free T-shirt, and free admittance to the event before or after their shift. All volunteers must register and attend a 1 hour training session as well.
We are looking for adult (21 and older) volunteers too!
Temecula Education Foundation, Director
Taste of Temecula Valley, Volunteer Coordinator
Community Service Opportunity
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Great Oak High School PTSA
Learn and EARN
Good Grades Program
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Help your teen become a safer driver.
SCCA Teen Driving Event -- basic car control on a closed course. Learn skid control, emergency lane change, ABS braking, and the dangers of distracted driving. Coming soon. Details will be posted.
Founders Day -- Recognizing PTSA Volunteers
Peer Leaders: Bring Your Own Banana Sundae Bar
Events for Students and Parents...
Look for these upcoming events:
SCCA Teen Driving Event -- basic car control on a closed course. Learn skid control, emergency lane change, ABS braking, and the dangers of distracted driving.
Situational Awareness -- Local self defense studio and our Resource officer will speak on college safety, walking in groups, and always being aware of surroundings. Will cover what constitutes a sexual assault and how to report.
Financial Understanding -- Taught by two local financial institutions. Will cover banking, checking, credit cards, savings accounts, FICA scores, loans and budgets.
* PTSA welcomes our student leadership team. We are excited about student involvement in PTSA. Student members serve as a voice for students and will learn skills through the board mentoring program.
*Reflections Art Contest: Next year's theme is "What is your Story?". For more information visit our Reflections Page.