Auburn School District Board of Directors Gold Star Award Program
The Auburn School District Gold Star Award Program seeks to recognize volunteers-individuals or groups-who provide support to Auburn schools. The award program accepts nominations year-round and is open to the entire community.
Possible groups from which volunteers can be selected are:
- Citizen ad-hoc committees
- Classroom volunteers
- Seniors citizens in the classroom
- Diversity committee
- Auburn Citizens for Schools
- Community groups, organizations or service clubs
- Corporate donation programs
Examples of past recipients include:
- Retired Boeing employee who volunteered in Dick Scobee and Pioneer Elementary School classrooms through Boeing's corporate volunteer program and continues to do so even after Boeing discontinued the program.
- Parent volunteer who helps students complete reading assignments in the classroom; creates costumes for school drama productions; and assists in the main office as needed.
- Valley Kiwanis Club for supporting Auburn students through recognition programs, scholarships and community service activities.
- Community member who serves on the district's Diversity Committee and develops new teacher inservice workshops.
- Retired Auburn School District teacher who helps organize the district's annual all-schools food drive.
Selected volunteers will be honored quarterly by the Auburn School Board of Directors during school board meetings in September, December, March and June.
News releases will be sent to all local media outlets. Volunteers will be featured in district publications such as Inside Your Schools and Staff Links.
Return completed form to:
James P. Fugate Administration Building
915 Fourth Street Northeast, Auburn, Washington 98002