Parent Meeting - Volunteers Still Needed

Junior Achievement

The mission of Junior Achievement (JA) is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Using hands-on experiences, JA helps to prepare young people for the real world by teaching skills in financial literacy, workforce readiness and entrepreneurship.

JA offers parents a fun opportunity to teach your child’s class. The commitment once per week for 45-minutes and runs 5 weeks. Volunteers are needed for all grade levels.  All materials and teaching guide are provided. Check out the program at

There will be a training/information session on Junior Achievement this week!

  • WHEN: Wednesday, March 22, 2017, 7:00PM
  • WHERE: Sanborn School, Library
  • WHO: Phil Symons, Program Manager, JA of Northern New England

All are welcome to attend. The attendance is NOT required for becoming a JA volunteer, but we encourage the parents who have already signed up to attend. For the parents who are still hesitating, this is an opportunity to find out more about the program!

There are still many classrooms without a JA parent - this is the perfect opportunity for working parents because you make your own schedule! Or grab a friend and split the time. If your child is in the following classrooms please think of volunteering:

  • Mrs. Airoldi - Kindergarten (2) parents needed
  • Mrs. Carlson - Kindergarten (2) parents needed
  • Mrs. Goldman - 1st Grade (1) parent still needed
  • Mrs. Price - 2nd Grade (1) parent still needed
  • Ms. Buchwald - 3rd Grade (1) parent still needed
  • Mrs. Winders - 3rd Grade (1) parent still needed
  • Ms. Jones - 4th Grade (1) parent still needed
  • Ms. Gianopoulos - 4th Grade (1) parent still needed
  • Mrs. Baldwin - 4th Grade (2) parents needed
  • Ms. Boari - 4th Grade (2) parents needed

Without volunteers you child's class may miss out on this great learning experience. Sign-up here:!/showSignUp/10c054ca8af2ea2fe3-junior

Hope to see you all there on Wednesday!