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For the History of Our Church
What's coming up
at St. Andrew's UMC
Sunday, June 2nd:
Help us say farewell
to Pastor Dan
As you are all aware, our pastor, Dan Hester, will be leaving us at the beginning of July as he continues his ministry at Skyland UMC in Asheville. We have been blessed to have Dan as our pastor for the past 8 years and wish to thank him for his leadership and service to St. Andrew's UMC. We are having a reception in his honor on June 2nd at 4 p.m. in the Family Life Center. This will be an opportunity for you to extend your best wishes to Dan and his family. Please make plans to attend. -David Patton, Staff Parish Relations Committee.
July 8-11, 2019
To register and to volunteer,
Camp TeKoa Weekend Family Retreat
Aug. 30th - Sept. 2nd, 2019
From Montclaire Elementary:
Volunteers are needed for Montclaire's EOG (End of Grade) Assessments! MANY of our students receive accommodations causing us to need a large number of proctors. These accommodations help our students do their absolute BEST work! To volunteer as a proctor or for more information, visit here.
We GREATLY appreciate you signing up for one (or more!!) days to proctor. Sessions typically take about three and a half hours, yet they can run over as well. The day you sign up, you will be quickly trained in your responsibilities as a proctor.
A proctor's main responsibilities are being an extra set of eyes to ensure the test administrator is being ethical and providing a valid testing environment.
Proctors should plan to arrive at Montclaire by 7:00- allowing for a quick training and then placement with test administrator.
Proctors are required to be a registered, CMS volunteer. If this process is not yet complete, it usually takes about 1 week. It is a simple application that can be accessed at www.cmsvolunteers.com!
Thank you in advance for helping our students!
Visit here for our most recent volunteers are needed list.
1901 Archdale Drive • Charlotte, NC 28210