The Moseley HERD
HERD Volunteer Program
What: Volunteer Program (Replacement for Watch D.O.G.S.)
Why: Inclusion of all family members
Who: Any family member 18 & older with an APPROVED CCPS Volunteer Application
on file **No younger siblings**
When: January 24th, 2023 through the remainder of the school year - Monday-Friday from 9 AM to 4:10 PM
excluding early release days, holidays, and spring break
To allow for multiple families to have an opportunity to participate, please only sign up for one volunteer spot per family during this window.
Moseley ES HERD Volunteer Sign-Up (from 1/24/23-3/24/23)
Volunteer Sign-Up for March 28 - May 26
***LEGAL NAME FOR SIGN-UP***
Include in "Comments" Section Child(ren) Name(s), Grade(s), and Relationship of Volunteer (i.e. Mae Mustang, Grade 2, Grandparent)
Day In the Life of a HERD Volunteer - Pre-made, Individualized Schedule (Lunch & Recess with your child, assisting car loop with arrival and dismissal, lunch duty, a variety of teachers will sign up for you to assist in classrooms including resource classrooms; Dismissal Card (Volunteer Name must be on card in office if they are taking your student home after school.); Uniform: Blue Safety Vest provided
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the HERD?
Honor, Effort, Responsibility and Dedication are the school-wide expectations for all students and staff at Moseley. It is expected that these behaviors be rewarded and reinforced. Formally as a school we utilize HERD stickers, positive behavior referrals, as well as HERD assemblies to reward and acknowledge students.
Provide positive role models for the students during their school day.
Provide an extra set of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying.
Who is part of the HERD?
They are all important figures of athority in our childrens' lives, who volunteer for at least one day a year at the school. During the day HERD members may read and work with the students, play at recess, help with lunch, watch school entrances and hallways, assist with traffic flow and any other assigned activities where they actively engage with not only their own student(s), but others as well.
Not only do you help the students and the school, but you also gain a greater awareness of the positive impact you can have on your child’s life in three critical areas: academic performance, self esteem and social behavior.
Getting started - a few easy steps
Contact the HERD Chair - email@example.com
Ensure you complete the volunteer form for Chesterfield County Schools - see form below
Look at our signup calendar to see if a day is available that fits your schedule - sign-up from Jan 24 to March 24