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25 Doable Ways to Volunteer at Your Kid’s School

One of the biggest regrets that parents can have is not spending enough time with their kids.  This article is going to offer some great ideas for parents volunteers  and be active at their kid’s school.

We know you can’t finagle a day off for every field trip to the museum. Or your shift work prevents you from committing to a regular volunteering gig. We get that it’s tough to make it to school council meetings with a new baby or toddler at home. But with a new year starting, the pressure will be on to donate at least some of your time or talent to your kid’s school.

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It’s not that you don’t want to be involved; after all, getting to know the staff and your kid’s friends gives you the inside scoop into his world. But sometimes it feels like you’re asked to do a zillion things, and you just can’t swing it all. Cue the busy-parent guilt and aversion to raising your hand.

This year, take some time before the flood of volunteer notices starts to figure out what type of involvement you’re interested in, so you’ll know which opportunities to jump on and which ones to leave for another keener.

Read more: https://www.todaysparent.com/family/25-doable-ways-to-volunteer-at-your-kids-school