Volunteers are key to the success of both our programs, ELF and CLEF. Our volunteers recognize that communities need to support educators’ efforts for obtaining the best results for every student and that in doing so, we more widely promote the importance of education and specifically, literacy.
Currently ELF Volunteers are all working as mentors with students in schools across New Brunswick. If you would like to become involved as a volunteer, but not directly with a student, please contact us for discussing some options. Volunteers may be used to help recruit volunteers, provide mentorship to existing volunteers or help organize various events throughout the year.
Here is a sample of some of our resources for current volunteers (additional resources are found on our secure volunteer resource page. Please contact laura.morrell@elfnb.com if you are a current volunteer and do not have access to this page):

Supporting Your Student During Reading

Tips for Motivating a Reluctant Reader

Volunteer Handbook

Items found in the Volunteer Resource Folder:

List of Contents

Student Attendance Sheet

Tips for Your First Day

What’s in a Retell / Reading Strategy Checklist

Reflection Sheet

High Frequency Words

Phonics Skills Sheets

Fluency Passages

Blend Chart

Roll Say Keep

Bug in a Rug

Blend Bingo

Lower Case Consonants

Lower Case Vowels

Fry’s Phrases (first 64)

Today’s Plan

These links provide information on school closures due to weather, professional development days, statutory holidays, parent-teacher conference days, etc.

Anglophone School District – South (ASD-S)

Anglophone School District – West (ASD-W)

Anglophone School District – North (ASD-N) 

Anglophone School District – East (ASD-E)

District Scolaire Francophone Sud (DSFS)

District Scolaire Francophone Nord-Ouest (DSFNO)

District Scolaire Francophone Nord-Est (DSFNE)