• Gardening and Service Club (Previously known as the Food Insecurity Club): Join the Gardening and Service Club Remind for more information--Text @foodin23 to 81010  

    Now meeting after school at 4:30 in room 266 every other Thursday--4/4, 4/18, 5/2, 5/16?


    Guitar and Ukulele Club:

    Meets after school at 4:30 in room 266 every Friday. See Ms. Mooney-Flynt in the morning if you want to store your instruments in 266 for the day.


    Menstrual Movement

    Meets after school at 4:30 in room 266 every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month--4/9, 4/23, 5/7?


    Volunteer Club

    Meets after school at 4:30 in room 266 every other Wednesday--4/10, 4/24, 5/8?

     Volunteer Opportunities:

    Autism Unbound, a local NPO which provides social events and services for children with autism, is looking for volunteers to work their Fundraising Gala on April 19: If you are interested, please email Chrissa Howard at info@autismunbound.org 


    American Red Cross – Heart of Carolina Region

    1501 Yanceyville St

    Greensboro, NC 27415

    Contact: Anne Vestal, Senior Volunteer Specialist, 336-332-6916, Anne.Vestal@redcross.org

    Website: http://www.redcross.org/greensboro

    Age requirements: The Red Cross allows for children between the ages of 13 and 17 to become volunteers. Getting started as a Red Cross volunteer is easy. Just enter your zip code at www.redcross.org/volunteer. Volunteers 18 and over will complete and authorize a background check. Volunteers under the age of 18 will complete a parental consent form.


    BackPack Beginnings

    3707D Alliance Drive

    Greensboro, NC 27407

    Contact:  Parker White: parker@backpackbeginnings.org; 336.709.9649

    Website: www.backpackbeginnings.org


    Forsyth County Public Library

    660 W Fifth St

    Winston Salem, NC 27101

    Contact: Nan La Rosee, Children’s Library Supervisor, 336-703-3041, laroseal@forsyth.cc

    Website: http://www.forsyth.cc/library/

    Age requirements: Children must be at least 12 years old to volunteer in the Children’s Library. If a family wanted to volunteer together, staff would be willing to work with them to find a suitable task. Areas they frequently need help with are cleaning toys and instruments, crowd control during large programs, and preparing craft items for a group. Many volunteers are needed in June and July for the Summer Reading Program. Crosby Scholars welcome.


    Reading buddies here in school

    Coach G and Ms. Parshley have opportunities!


    Greensboro History Museum

    Contact alyson.witte@greensboro-nc.gov 

    Ask to be a front desk ambassador. Very fun and easy, and there are multiple opportunities to get involved. Those who are interested in history will love this opportunity!


    Greensboro Farmer's Market

    Sign up online here: https://volunteergso.galaxydigital.com/need/detail/?need_id=793195

    Enjoyable opportunity because you get to meet lots of new people, and it's not hard. The people there are incredible.

    This position calls for an outgoing, friendly, energetic person. We would like to call you the "The front line of NICE" at the market. You will be the first to interact with people coming into the market. You will be handing out fliers, giving directions to different places in the market, helping customers take items to their cars, and retrieving shopping carts all while you are wearing a big ole smile. Low stress, you get to promote the market and have fun doing it. 


    Camp Carefree 


    Camp Carefree is a camp for children with chronic illnesses. This week-long opportunity is a wonderful way to make a meaningful impact as Counselors are paired one-on-one with a child. Highly recommend!