Make us your home page
Instagram

Today’s top headlines delivered to you daily.

(View our Privacy Policy)

Opportunities to volunteer abound

Volunteers

For information on volunteering, contact the Strategic Partnership Office (727) 588-6405 or volunteer@pcsb.org. Here are some of the most current critical needs according to the Pinellas school district website:

MID COUNTY

Fuguitt Elementary 13010 101st St., Largo

Need: Volunteers to assist with Special Olympics program — catching, throwing, hitting and kicking balls.

Contact: Dana Stevenson, (727) 588-3576

Largo Middle School 155 Eighth Ave. SE

Need: math tutors

Grades: 6-8

Contact: Katie Wiwi, (727) 588-4600, ext. 2008

Mildred Helms Elementary School

561 Clearwater Largo Road, Largo

Need: male mentor

Grades: K-5

Contact: Cathy Finke, (727) 588-3569

Pinellas Central Elementary

10501 58th St. N., Pinellas Park

Need: male mentors

Grades: 4-5

Contact: Jillian Connolly, (727) 547-7853, ext. 123

SOUTH COUNTY

Gibbs High School

850 34th St. S, St. Petersburg

Need: male and female mentors, tutors for math, science, English, reading and history

Grades: 9-11

Contact: Sherry Howard, (727) 893-5452, ext. 2009

New Heights Elementary

3901 37th St. N, St. Petersburg

Need: Spanish speaking tutor

Grade: 4

Need: female mentors

Grade: 4

Need: male mentors

Grade: 5

Contact: Niki Davis, (727) 521-5350

Tyrone Middle School

6421 22nd Ave. N, St Petersburg

Need: male and female mentors, tutors in all subjects with emphasis on math

Grades: 6-8

Contact: Lisa Scanlon, (727) 893-1819

Opportunities to volunteer abound 07/31/10 [Last modified: Friday, July 30, 2010 8:20pm]
Photo reprints | Article reprints

© 2017 Tampa Bay Times

    

Join the discussion: Click to view comments, add yours

Loading...
  1. Tampa moves to put freed slave Fortune Taylor's name back on historic bridge

    Hurricanes

    TAMPA — City Hall has agreed to return a long-lost honor to the memory of Fortune Taylor, a freed slave who amassed more than 30 acres near downtown Tampa after the Civil War.

    The Laurel Street Bridge over the Hillsborough River was once known as the Fortune Street Bridge in honor of Madam Fortune Taylor, a former slave and businesswoman who amassed 33 acres on the east bank of the Hillsborough River after the Civil War. The City Council voted Thursday to put Taylor's name on signs posted at the foot of the bridge and seek a historical marker telling her story. SKIP O'ROURKE  |   Times (2016)

  2. Bucs' Mike Evans, Bills cornerback Gaines could face off again

    Bucs

    Bucs receiver Mike Evans has gone up against four Pro Bowl cornerbacks in five games, and on Sunday he could be lining up against a corner he has a history with in Buffalo's E.J. Gaines.

    Bucs wide receiver Mike Evans (13) makes a touchdown catch over Arizona Cardinals cornerback Justin Bethel (28)  Sunday  in Glendale, Ariz. [LOREN ELLIOTT | Times]
  3. Tie in Clearwater downtown development board election causes runoff

    Local Government

    CLEARWATER — The Oct. 10 Downtown Development Board election for three open seats did not result in the historic dynamic it had the potential to create.

  4. Bucs Cannon Fodder podcast: The importance of Kwon Alexander's return

    Bucs

    Greg Auman talks the importance of Kwon Alexander's return Sunday in Buffalo in his latest Cannon Fodder podcast.

    Bucs middle linebacker Kwon Alexander, pictured during training camp in July at One Buc Place. [LOREN ELLIOTT   |   Times]
  5. Top 5 at Noon: Live from Gainesville before Spencer's speech; Why Trump's definition of 'fake news' is wrong

    News

    Here are the latest headlines and updates on tampabay.com:

    Richard Spencer, head of the National Policy Institute and self-described creator of the term "alt-right,"  will speak at the University of Florida today. [Getty]