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Voluntario

After-the-Bell cuenta con más de 100 voluntarios cada año que comparten su tiempo e intereses con los estudiantes.  Las sesiones de actividades duran 6 semanas cada una en otoño, invierno y primavera, los martes, miércoles y jueves de 3 a 5 pm.

 

Los voluntarios brindan un entorno seguro y supervisado donde los estudiantes pueden enriquecer su educación, aprender nuevas habilidades y fortalecer su propia imagen a través de actividades divertidas supervisadas por adultos. Al ser voluntario, tendrá un impacto positivo en las vidas de aquellos estudiantes que de otra manera no tendrían a dónde ir después de que terminen las clases y antes de que sus padres lleguen a casa del trabajo.

Oportunidades para voluntarios

 

Al ofrecerse como voluntario para After-The-Bell, tendrá un impacto positivo en la vida de los estudiantes de secundaria en nuestra comunidad y, al mismo tiempo, enriquecerá la suya. Servirá como un modelo positivo para ayudar a los niños a aprender nuevas habilidades, probar nuevos pasatiempos y ganar confianza en sí mismos.

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Voluntarios adultos

Los voluntarios de After-The-Bell pueden ayudar como facilitadores de actividades, asistentes, meseros de refrigerios, ayudantes de escritorio, pasajeros del autobús y sustitutos.​ Los voluntarios pueden elegir su sesión, la cantidad de días que desea ser voluntario por semana, así como elegir 1 o 2 horas por día. ¿No puedes comprometerte a 6 semanas? Regístrate para ser un sub . ¿Solo tienes ½ hora a la semana? Regístrese como mesero de bocadillos .

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Voluntarios de apoyo general

Siempre estamos buscando voluntarios que puedan ayudarnos con apoyo general. Puede ser voluntario según su propia disponibilidad. Si está disponible para ayudarnos con  Entrada de datos, Soporte técnico y / o Administración general, por favor contáctenos.

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Voluntarios de la escuela secundaria y la universidad

Los voluntarios ayudan a los facilitadores voluntarios adultos con la amplia variedad de actividades disponibles en el programa. Voluntario de
1-6 horas / semana. Los estudiantes pueden recibir hasta 36 horas de servicio comunitario en una sola sesión.

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Voluntarios de la Asociación después de la escuela de Kennett (KASA)

Los voluntarios también pueden ayudar a Kennett After-School Association, la organización sin fines de lucro 501 (c) (3) que hace posible After-The-Bell, participando en la Junta Directiva o en un comité que incluya Finanzas, Programa, Recaudación de fondos, Eventos especiales, marketing y tecnología de la información. KASA también organiza el popular evento 'A Taste of Kennett', un evento anual para recaudar fondos para After-The-Bell.

Compromiso por poco tiempo, gran impacto

 Los voluntarios pueden donar tan solo 1 hora a la semana durante 6 semanas cortas. Unas pocas horas de su tiempo pueden marcar una gran diferencia en la vida de un joven. También puede marque una gran diferencia en SU vida. 

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  • What happens in inclement weather?
    After-The-Bell will run unless the Kennett Consolidated School District is closed or has cancelled all after-school activities. Cancelled days of After-The-Bell will NOT be made up. Students will be informed during school by announcement if all after-school activities are cancelled for any reason. Volunteers will receive a telephone call, email, or text as soon as the school district and/or After-The-Bell determine that the program will be cancelled. Students, Parents, and Volunteers can also call the After-The-Bell office (610) 268-5889 regarding any program cancellations. Those subscribing to Bottom of the Book Bag or District emails may receive this information through email as well.
  • Who do I call if my child takes After-The-Bell bus transportation and is late getting home?
    While both provided by Krapf, please be aware that the After-The-Bell bus services are separate from the KCSD Transportation Department. Transportation delays sometimes occur, especially at the beginning of a new school year or new ATB cycle. Students do not necessarily ride the same bus home from After-The-Bell that they do from the Kennett Middle School, as ATB has consolidated bus runs. Any ATB transportation questions/concerns please contact the ATB office the office at (610) 268-5889 or at afterthebell@kcsd.org.
  • Where can I find the After-The-Bell office?
    The After-The-Bell office is located in room C106 of the Kennett Middle School, 195 Sunnydell Road, Landenberg, PA 19350.
  • Why didn’t my child get their first choice of activity?
    After-The-Bell makes every effort to provide students with their first choice of activity, however many factors impact the scheduling process such as: • Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis • Many activities have limited space and popular activities may fill quickly • Turning in an incomplete form may cause students to miss the opportunity to be included in their desired activity • If your child signs up for an activity they already took that year, other students who have not taken the class may be given priority
  • What if my child submitted a completed registration form but did not receive an assignment letter?
    Check with the After-The-Bell office in C106 or contact ATB at afterthebell@kcsd.org or at (610) 268-5889. Assignment letters are distributed in homerooms to participating students the week before the program starts. An activity assignment list will also be posted outside of the KMS cafeteria.
  • When is registration?
    Information on registration dates can be found on the registration form, the ATB website, KMS Bottom of the Bookbag (KMS BBB), and on the KMS daily announcements. Registration forms are distributed in homerooms approximately three weeks prior to the program start date and are due approximately a week later.
  • How do I register my child for After-The-Bell?
    Please complete all parts of the registration form including the class activity selection page (with three choices selected), and the medical information page. Both parent/guardian and student must sign the completed registration and consent form and agree to abide by the Code of Conduct.
  • Why do I have to provide contact and medical information? Doesn’t the school already have that?
    Please note that After-The-Bell is a non-profit and is a separate entity from the Kennett Consolidated School District, and therefore does not have access to school records, medical information, IEP plans, grades, etc. The medical, emergency, and contact information you provide on the registration form is the only information we have available when dealing with any issues that may arise during the program. Please feel free to call After-The-Bell at (610) 268-5889 to further discuss any specific needs, issues or medical concerns you may have regarding your child.
  • Does my child have to sign up for activities every day?
    Students can participate 1, 2 or 3 days a week. They must register for two 1-hour activities per day OR a double session, as students must participate from 3:00–5:00 p.m.
  • Can my child register for a one-hour class only?
    Students must select two activities each day from 3:00–4:00 p.m. and from 4:00–5:00 p.m. OR a double session from 3:00–5:00 p.m. Students must participate in the entire program from 3:00–5:00 p.m. Please contact After-The-Bell with specific requests.
  • How can I help?
    Please visit our Types of Opportunities page if you would like to become involved in After-The-Bell. If you are interested in providing financial support to the Kennett After-School Association, please visit our supporters page.
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