Support Forsyth County Teachers
Location: 763 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 4, Brannon Office Park, Cumming.
Come make new friends, strengthen your ties to our community, broaden your support network, and show your support for our Forsyth County teachers. Volunteering at the Teacher Reuse Exchange is rewarding and FUN. Volunteering involves accepting donations from donors, restocking and organizing supplies, greeting and assisting teachers shopping, and other related tasks.
All volunteers must complete and sign a Waiver before volunteering (available online at http://www.reapingnature.org/Teacher-Reuse-Exchange.html). Parents or guardians must sign a volunteer form for minors. No volunteers under age 16.
Please review the available slots below and click on the button to sign up. Thank you!
The mission of the Teacher Reuse Exchange (TRE) is to enable educators in Forsyth County to have access to free materials for classroom use while promoting an ethic of conservation and reuse of valuable reusable resources.
The TRE provides free instructional materials and classroom supplies to educators, donated by other educators, businesses and individuals.
The TRE offers creative solutions for problems facing education, business and the environment. Recycling valuable reusable material resources into the hands of teachers, who in turn, will use them with our children to discover new and creative ways of thinking and solving problems.
The TRE is dedicated to and operated exclusively for non-profit purposes.
COVID-19 PROTOCOLS -- If you have been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, feel sick or have a fever or other symptoms, DO NOT come to volunteer, shop or donate at the TRE. Social distancing and masks are strongly encouraged. A maximum of 15 people will be permitted in the TRE at any time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
|| Denise Carleton