Volunteers are always needed in the classroom, Library, computer program,
and school events. Interested parents can contact the school, PCNC
Coordinator and/or your child’s teacher to offer your services.
Volunteers report to the office to sign in before reporting to the staff member
whom they are assisting. Volunteers will be issued a Volunteer badge to be
worn while on campus.
The Webling Parent Teacher Organization is an important auxiliary to the
school, doing much to support the programs at Webling. The PTO assists
the school in fundraising and provides volunteers to carry on programs. We
cordially invite you to participate in our meetings and many activities.
The Parent Community Networking Coordinators serves as a liaison between
the school and parents. The coordinators plan activities and workshops for
parents, students, and staff members.
The School Community Council is a process of educational reform to effect
school improvement which results in increased student achievement. It
seeks to place responsibility and decision making with those who directly
effect and are affected by the decisions. It is a democratic system that enables
a school’s community – administrators, teachers, staff, parents, students,
and community members – to actively and directly shape the quality of
education. It is an organizational structure that shifts authority from a
centralized agency to local schools.