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Please contact the district office at 414-371-6750, if you were unable to attend one of the Forms and Fees Days. áIf you have not attended Forms and Fees Days, or have not verified your residency at the district office, your child has not completed registration for the 2014-15 school year. áThe first day of school is September 2nd. Please contact us so your child's first day of school goes as smoothly as possible. Thank you!á


Maintain Confidentiality
 
In your role as a volunteer, you may read and hear information about students that is confidential. It may be the result of tests, attendance, financial or personal family information, social or behavioral actions, or other interactions.  You are required to keep this information confidential.
 
Be Reliable
 
Remember that students and staff depend on, and appreciate your presence. If you are running late, please contact the
school (Brown Deer Elementary School 371-6806, Brown Deer Middle High School 371-7006.
 
Be a Good Role Model
 
All faculty, staff, administrators, board members, and school volunteers serve complementary roles in promoting positive character development.
 
In schools, as in families, children care about our values because they know we care about them.
a.      Volunteers serve as caregivers: respecting students, helping them succeed at the work of school, treating each student as having worth and dignity, and enabling students to gain a first-hand appreciation of the meaning of ethics by being treated in an ethical way.
b.      Volunteers serve as role models: ethical persons who demonstrate a high level of respect and responsibility both inside and outside the classroom.
c.      Volunteers serve as mentors: providing guidance through explanation, storytelling, encouragement of positive behavior, and corrective feedback, especially one-on-one correction.
 
Practice Open and Positive Communication
 
Address any concerns or issues promptly and productively. You may contact the classroom teacher or the building principal to express your concerns. Communication is the key to establishing good relationships that benefit everyone.

Volunteer forms need to be completed by anyone who wishes to help out in our schools and on field trips.  Once approved, your volunteer status will be active for 4 years.


 For a copy of the BDSD Volunteer Application please click here.
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