Thank you for your interest in The Auxilium Project!
aux • il • i • um \ ȯgˈzilēəm \ noun, Latin help, assistance, supporting resource
The Auxilium Project partners the immense talents and knowledge of Lake Highland parents with those of our faculty, providing unique learning opportunities and enhanced academic experiences for our children.
How does The Auxilium Project work?
The Auxilium Project allows Lake Highland faculty to identify parents within our school community who are willing to share their expertise and professional talents with our students.
Interested parents provide information about their educational and professional backgrounds. That information is organized and shared with our faculty members, who can identify and select parents whose expertise matches our curriculum needs. When a match is determined, the faculty member will contact the parent to discuss how he or she can best contribute to the planned lessons. Examples include presenting guest lectures, hosting hands-on learning projects, offering seminars or workshops, hosting field trips, providing job shadowing opportunities, and more. Working together, the faculty member and parent volunteer will formulate a plan for offering enhanced learning experiences.
What time commitment is required?
Parent volunteers can give as much or as little time as their schedule allows.
How do I volunteer?
To volunteer, simply complete a brief survey (link below). Your information will be provided for faculty use ONLY; it will not be shared with other parents or made available to the public.
If you have questions, please contact Kalani Meffe at firstname.lastname@example.org.