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Mar
22

February Volunteers of the Month

Congrats to our February Volunteers of the Month!

Thank you for all that you do for our PTA and our school!

Nicole Slusz

Nicole says “My favorite thing about volunteering at KDE is surprising my son. I love to watch the excitement on his face when he walks into the lunchroom, library or school event and sees that I am there when he didn’t expect me. I have also really enjoyed meeting other parents. KDE is blessed with so many great families who share a similar passion/commitment to ensuring our children are getting the best educational experience possible. I am honored to be a part of this exceptional community of people!
Why do I do it? Not only is it fun, but I also believe it is important to the success of the school to have the support and involvement of its parents.”

Fanny Alamón

Fanny says “What I love the most about helping out here, is when the kids are having lunch I really enjoy helping out these kids during their school day, I also enjoy helping the teachers in their process of teaching our kids.”

Rashmi Dharam

Rashmi says “I love being involved in our KDE PTA team through which I get to support our school in all the different areas like teaching Junior Achievement, Class coverage, lunch volunteering, International Night etc. I was also very happy to chair the International night position and was able to successfully conduct the event last month (Feb 21st). It was a very rewarding moment to see the parents getting involved to represent 17 different countries in a big community event like the “International night” where we had all our community come together to enjoy this event and get to explore things like culture, food, tradition about different countries from around the world. I am very thankful to have a wonderful PTA at Davidson and would always love to help and support our school.”

Sade Bello

Sade says ” I love to use my knowledge and experience in helping our wonderful teachers and students in any way I can.”

Kirsten Coday

Kirsten says ” Love being involved and a part of my children’s school!”