MMSD calls for more parents and community volunteers for roles at school

MADISON, Wis. – The Madison Metropolitan School District is appealing to parents and community volunteers to help fill a number of important positions in schools.

The district is looking for volunteers to help fulfill a number of roles, from classroom support to administrative support and supervising students during arrival, departure, lunch and recess.

District spokesman Tim LeMonds said these volunteers are essential to help keep schools open for students during the pandemic and also take on additional responsibilities for teachers.

“We’ve hovered at this threshold of critical staffing levels and so anything we can do to free up some of our teaching staff is definitely going to help,” he said.

The district does not have a set number of volunteers it hopes to recruit with this latest push.

Volunteers will be required to pass a background check.

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