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Opportunities to volunteer abound


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


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


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]
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