Info for Volunteers
Volunteers: If you've read to students, then it's time to submit your report.
This page is designed for those who have already completed the registration process.
If you are a teacher who is reading to your students (having a second classroom and teacher also present is required), then you will also benefit from information in the Teachers section.
Before the publication of Bee's Amazing Adventure, a digital version was created from the book's draft. This digital draft was used one year for AZ Agricultural Literacy Days. Classrooms with a projector and a screen were able to participate, and many liked the large pictures that were clearly seen by everyone.
If you are interested in using a published digital version of Bee's Amazing Adventure during your visit, talk with your hosting teacher. If the equipment to present the digital version is available and the teacher agrees to its use, then direct the hosting teacher to the Teachers link where s/he can request a copy.
A digital version of the book will be provided to the hosting teacher who will be responsible to prepare the equipment for your visit. Be prepared to use the donated hardcopy if there are technical difficulties.
We've made some changes to the reporting procedures that now makes it quick and easy! It should only take about 90 seconds to complete the brief online report.
Please submit your report within 24 hrs of each reading. You will need to complete a separate report every time that you read. Whether you read once to one class or once to 10 classes in an auditorium, one report will work for that one reading.
When you are ready to complete your report, you will need the following.
- School's name
- Teacher's name
- Date of reading visit
- Time with students (in minutes - rounded to nearest 5)
- Number of people present (To be helpful, we've provided a People Present Form as a way for you to get exact numbers. Some volunteers find it helpful to simply give this form to the teachers before reading the book, asking them to complete it, and picking it up before they leave.)