OASIS Volunteers

OASIS Volunteers n/a

For just an hour of your time each week, you’ll help a child today—for tomorrow.

Oasis Intergenerational Tutoring is a volunteer program that pairs older adults with children in grades K-3 to work one-on-one each week as their tutors, mentors and friends. Oasis tutors use a six-step approach to literacy designed by educators that emphasizes improved reading, speaking, listening and writing.

We’re looking for community residents who are 55 or older, and want to be actively engaged with our schools. Spend just one hour a week with a child, Kindergarten through 4th grade, to build reading and language skills, self-esteem, and positive attitudes toward school. Read, talk, and write together; become friends. 

You will receive free training, materials, and on-going support. We will work with your schedule to find the time that works best for you. Tutoring positions are available at Orchard Farm Elementary or Discovery Elementary.


The Orchard Farm School District requires four items to be completed in order to become a screened volunteer: screened volunteer application, FBI/MACHS fingerprinting, Family Care Safety Registry, and annual mandatory training videos.


Step 1: Complete the Screened Volunteer Application

Step 2: Register with FBI/MACHS Fingerprinting portal using code 8627

Step 3: Register with the Family Care Safety Registry

Step 4: Complete training videos through VectorSolutions assigned by the Human Resources Department

Step 5: Complete the Orchard Farm OASIS Volunteer Form.


Please note that fees associated with fingerprinting and Family Care Safety Registry are at the expense of the screened volunteer.

Contact - Jackie Evans at 636-734-0741 or [email protected].
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