Feb. 9 Read-In needs volunteers to promote love of reading, culture and learning

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Volunteers are needed to support the annual Dallas ISD African American READ-IN—a project of trustees Joyce Foreman, Justin Henry and Lew Blackburn and the district’s Office of Racial Equity. The goal is to promote a love of reading, celebrate cultures and support diverse learners in grades K-5.

Volunteers are needed to help with registration, arrival and departure of students, serving breakfast and lunch, crowd control and workshop facilitation.

African American READ-IN 2019 Poetry and Literature in Motion
Sat., Feb. 9, 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Justin F. Kimball High School
3606 S. Westmoreland Road
Dallas, Texas 75233

Volunteers are needed to help with registration, arrival and departure of students, serving breakfast and lunch, crowd control and workshop facilitation.

To sign up to help:

Approved (cleared) Dallas ISD Volunteers:

To help with set-up, Friday, Feb. 8, click here.

To assist at the day of the event, Saturday, Feb. 9, please click here.

To become a Dallas ISD Volunteer and complete an application and orientation, click here.

Once approved as a volunteer, choose below:

To help with set-up, Friday, February 8, click here.

To assist at the day of the event, Saturday, February 9, please click here.

For additional information contact Dallas ISD Volunteer Services 972-925-5400 or volunteer@dallasisd.org.

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