School: Washington Montessori
2021/2022 Eco-Map Information (Volunteer Programs--Community Partnerships--Resources/Services)
Name of Organization/Agency
This program serves the specific needs of children at Washington Montessori.
Centennial Christian Church
Faith based organization that tutors students in reading and math. Supports teachers during staff appreciation week.
Central West End Community Church
Faith based organization that tutors students in reading and math, a part of the schools beautification team, host a book club once a week, donates food, and school supplies for children.
Chess Club of Greater St. Louis
Organization that teaches the game of chess to 5th grade students.
DOE Trauma Informed Collaborative
Provides safe and supportive environments for children to learn and educators to work.
Gateway to Oral Health
Gives dental care to students
Gateway Region YMCA
Provides before and after care for parents who need care.
Girls In The Know
Educate and empower girls, together with those who love them, by providing tools to establish a strong sense of self.
Girl Scouts of America
Hands-on learning that puts girls in the middle of the action and prepares them for today and for life.
Healthy Kids Express
Provides hearing screening, height, and weight for students.
Help students understand how to manage money, explore what it means to start a business.
Left Bank Books
Provide monthly books for Kindergarten, first and second grades.
Provide volunteers for events such as the math marathon, St. Jude trike-a-thon, etc. Provide resources for parents.
Volunteers that reads to preschool students sparking imaginations and building early literacy.
Second Presbyterian Church
Faith based organization that tutors students in reading and math, provides field experiences for students, donates school supplies, uniforms, and attendance prizes.
Springboard to Learning
Springboard to Learning develops children’s abilities to think critically, create, collaborate and communicate.
The Center for Family Law
Provide volunteers and books for the Read Across American Event. Provide resources for parents.
Vision for Life
Provide vision screenings and glasses for students.
Brings evidence-based practices into classrooms by working with teachers and other school leaders.
Help students develop the academic and social skills, act as advocates for students' well-being, and add valuable resources for their educational advancement.
Family and Community Specialist
Coordinate efforts to facilitate parental and community involvement, assist schools in efforts to improve student attendance and student achievement.
Supports student success by providing health care through assessment, intervention, and follow-up for all children within the school setting.
Help students, families, and teachers address problems such as truancy, social withdrawal, overaggressive behaviors, rebelliousness, and the effects of special physical, emotional, or economic problems
TO FIND OUT MORE, CONTACT YOUR FAMILY & COMMUNITY SPECIALIST:
SUZANNE MURPHY, AT firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314.626-3004