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Waste to Wealth Program at William H. Frazier Elementary

Help our youngest Eco stewards learn how to care for the planet!
School lunch waste sorting with Diane Hazard and student
Assist one of our Solana Center educators in teaching the students about the wonder of worms. Get hands-on with the students and learn the basics of vermicomposting. We will be working with three classes of 3rd graders throughout the day, helping them engage with sustainability in their own lives. Get prepared for an exciting day with our youngest eco-stewards!

At this event you will assist with:

  • Setting up our program area (tables, chairs, props, etc)
  • Sharing props and visuals
  • Advancing presentation slides
  • Assisting with student engagement and classroom management
  • Resetting presentation for the next group
  • Helping students build a worm bin 
  • Packing up our presentation supplies

Volunteer Qualifications:

  • Must be comfortable interacting with large groups of children
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Basic knowledge of composting preferred or ability to learn quickly
  • Basic understanding of AV (projector and microphone) preferred

Click "Volunteer Now" to sign up! Questions? Contact Jackie at

Event Classification
Funding Source
Category School Educational Event
Special Note
Stream to Volunteer Opportunities Yes
January 16th, 2020 7:15 AM   through   12:15 PM
William H. Frazier Elementary School
1835 Gum Tree Lane
Fallbrook, 92018
United States