Helping and Volunteering at Carver

Library Books Needed

Carver parent volunteer Debbie Regan has been opening the library once a week for students.
"Students have been requesting books to add to our limited collection," writes Debbie, who has compiled a wish list of the titles Carver students would like in their library. Many of the titles are book series or part of a series.
If you have copies of any of these books and would like to donate them, please send your son/daughter to school with them. Books may be turned in at the office (or to the library on Friday when it is open at lunchtime).

Library Volunteers Needed

Currently the Carver library is only open on Friday afternoons and we would like to see this expanded and WE NEED YOU! To sign up for volunteer hours in the library, training will be provided. Please contact Debbie Regan at regans3@live.com or Heather Hierling at gwc@gmail.com to find out more.

Seamstresses Needed

Seamstresses are needed for the upcoming spring play to help with costumes and set production. Please contact Heather Hierling at gwc@gmail.com to sign up.

Brown Bag Lunch Career Conversation

Come spend some informal time with GWC students and share the story of your career and the training/college it took Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:25-1 p.m. To sign-up please contact Dr. Alessandri at allegra-allesandri@scusd.edu or 916-395-5266 x1011.

Prospective Student Visit Days Sharing

Parents and guardians please come share your Carver experience with parents and prospective students 8-10:30 a.m. on 1/19, 3/1 and 4/5 visit days. If you have question s please contact Dr. Alessandri at allegra-allesandri@scusd.edu or 916-395-5266 x1011.

Class Parents Needed

We need volunteers to participate a few hours a month with special events such as parent teacher appreciation, fundraisers, class activities throughout the year. For further information please contact Heather Hierling at gwc@gmail.com.

Rancho Cordova Survey

The City of Rancho Cordova wants to hear from its residents how $2.5 million in federal block grant money should be spent. Take the survey before February 5, 2016 online here.

The survey is also available in English, Russian, and Spanish. Printed copies are available at the following locations:

  • Folsom Cordova Community Partnership, (916) 361-8684, 10665 Coloma Road Ste 200
  • Rancho Cordova City Hall, (916) 851-8700, 2729 Prospect Park Drive
  • Neighborhood Services Center, (916) 851-8770, 2880 Gold Tailings Court
  • Rancho Cordova Police Department, (916) 875-9600, 2897 Kilgore Road

Last Updated 1/9/16