School Volunteers Make Difference in Lives of Students, Teachers

January 25, 2019
Owensboro Times (KY)

Teachers can feel stretched pretty thin. With decreasing school budgets and greater expectations of accountability from the state, educators can use all the help they can get. That is why school volunteers such as Elisabeth Roszel and Darrell Higginbotham are so invaluable. For many years, both of these individuals have made a difference in the lives of many children in our community through their volunteerism. By volunteering in Lauren Magill’s 3rd- and 4th-grade class at Estes Elementary School, they have led students to improved reading test scores as well as higher self-esteem.

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