Volunteers Needed as Test Proctors in Local Schools | Community Spirit
by Renee Daughtry
Robins Air Force Base school liaison officer
Team Robins members, if you're looking for a great opportunity to do some volunteer work that has a trememndous impact, here's your opportunity.
Each year Robins Air Force Base partners with Houston and Peach county schools to provide test proctors for the Criterion Referenced Competency Test, and the End of Course Tests.
This year the local schools are in need of more than 300 test proctors.
Active duty personnel don't require a background check. However, if civilians or spouses are interested in volunteering, they must successfully complete a background check application and screening prior to volunteering in schools.
Training will be provided for all proctors.
Volunteers are encouraged to sign up for as many shifts as possible; however, the schools will accept volunteers who can only proctor for one day.
Note: parent's may register to proctor at their child's school; however, in order to track the total number of Team Robins School Volunteers, please contact Daughtry with their information.
Volunteers needed in Houston County:
CRCT April 15 through 19, from 7:30 a.m. to noon at elementary and middle schools (times vary by school).
EOCT April 29 through May3, from 7:15 to 11:30 a.m. at high schools
Volunteers needed in Peach County:
CRCT April 17, 18, 23 ,24 and 25, from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m., (Byron Middle School Only)
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