Click on the links below to sign up for current volunteer opportunities:

Staff Treats

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Literacy Night Volunteers Needed

You don’t need a child in that grade in order to volunteer. Choose whatever appeals to you most. If we don’t have enough volunteers some of the stations will need to be closed.

Volunteers for Set-Up/ Clean-Up

Kindergarten Volunteers – Book Walk

1st grade Volunteers – Reading Games

2nd grade Volunteers – 1 Fish, 2 Fish Recipe Station

3rd grade Volunteers – Paper Airplanes
4th grade Volunteers – Harry Potter Experience

All Hands on Deck Needed at Discovery! Come spend a morning and/ or afternoon volunteering at Discovery. Follow the link to see dates/ times available.


What is FUNvisor: The FUNvisor program started at Voyager and is the first of its kind in the Peninsula School District. It is designed to be inclusive of ALL kids, a safe place where all kids are welcome to play and be involved during lunch recess. We offer fun activities, including Legos, board/card games, jump rope, clay or Playdoh, scavenger hunts, arts and crafts, reading corner, etc. Becoming a FUNvisor volunteer is a great way to get involved, get to know your student(s) peers and Discovery staff, and help all the kids in the school!

FUNvisor Program Schedule: Tuesays at lunch recess (12:00p.m. to 12:30 p.m.) Volunteers will be there from 11:45am til 12:45 for setup and takedown

FUNvisor Volunteers: We need volunteers! There are various ways for you to help with FUNvisor, depending on your schedule. We are looking for weekly help, bi-weekly, monthly, or substitute help. You could also volunteer for a special skills day. Special skills could include a craft you want to lead for the students, or an activity you would want to lead (Yoga? Origami? Finger knitting? Other?).

FUNvisor Volunteer Tasks: Typical tasks include setting up tables for activities, setting out activities, engaging with students who participate (play games, read books, help build Legos, draw a picture, etc.), cleaning up the activities, and putting tables away. Right now, we are asking interested helpers to come and observe on a Tuesday (or multiple) to get an idea of how it works. After, we can discuss your availability, interest, and schedule.

How to get involved: If you would like to be part of this amazing program, please contact us to coordinate an observation date.

Sign up here!

Donations: We are currently accepting donations at the Discovery Annex for all craft items. You can send them into the school with your 5th grader.

Meredith Saxon – (253)225-1342,