Volunteers needed for AES Life Skills



Good afternoon,

We are currently looking for volunteers to teach the Life Skills program at Austin Elementary School. The volunteer would donate their time to teach one lesson to all third, fourth and fifth graders (unless teaching decision making or dealing with stress, which there would be a modified schedule for one day only). We are hoping to start the program in two weeks. You can pick any two days listed during the week you are available, unless otherwise noted.

Please share with anyone else you think may be interested! If you are available, please let me know and I will provide you with more details!

Here are the dates available for the 2019 lessons: 

Lesson Date Volunteer
Lesson 1: Self-Esteem Week of March 4th
Lesson 2: Decision Making Week of March 11th (modified schedule- no DAY 2, 3rd grade, due to testing) (Counselor teaching 3rd grade during specials time.)
Lesson 5: Dealing with Stress Week of March 18th (modified schedule- no DAY 2, third grade, due to testing) (NO presentations on 3/19 due to school program) (Counselor teaching 3rd grade during specials time.)
Lesson 4: Advertising Week of April 1st (no presentations on 4/3 due to class pictures)
Lesson 3: Smoking Information Week of April 8th
Lesson 6: Communication Skills Week of April 15th (no presentations on 4/18 due to school program)
Lesson 7: Social Skills Week of April 22nd
Lesson 8: Assertiveness May- AES counselor will teach Nicole White


LeAnn Walker

Prevention Resource Coordinator

Scott County Partnership 


Women’s Recovery Project


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As the final venture of the Women’s Recovery Project, we’ve created a video featuring leaders in our Scott County Recovery Community,

“People Like Us”

We hope this video will help many, and especially women, to see that they have a way out and that help is available for those struggling with addiction, as well as those at risk of addiction.

There is a call to action at the end that includes a local Scott County number and SAMHSA’s Treatment Helpline.


Please help by posting it on your Websites, Facebook Pages, Facebook Walls, and Twitter. You may view the video and share it from the link below.