ALL CHAPERONES MUST BE REGISTERED PRIOR TO THE EVENT. WE ARE UNABLE TO TAKE ANY SAME DAY ADD-ON CHAPERONES.
CHAPERONES MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER AND NOT CURRENTLY REGISTERED AS A STUDENT
Students will shop during one of four start times on Saturday, December 9 (8 am, 8:30 am, 9 am, and 9:30 am).
Chaperones may choose which time they can shop with students although there will be limited availability in each time slot.
Please arrive five minutes prior to your designated start time.
CHAPERONES ENTER THROUGH THE NORTH DOORS OF WALMART
Christmas for Kids Chaperone Instructions
*Must watch before registering
Christmas for Kids provides a little bit of Christmas cheer for students in Jordan District that would otherwise go without during the holiday season.
Deserving students are carefully selected by school counselors, administrators and Jordan School District specialists due to extreme need and personal circumstances.
Donations for this event come from community business leaders, and caring individuals, including Jordan Education Foundation Board Members, Jordan School District Employees and even fellow students!
Firefighters, military, police, business leaders, educators, and caring members of the community will volunteer their time to shop with a deserving student. Both students and volunteers consider this event a highlight of the year!
Give of your time!
Participating in Christmas for Kids will easily be one of the most fulfilling things you do this holiday season. The impact of volunteers is immeasurable. Thank you to the many volunteers who go above and beyond to make the shopping experience a truly meaningful and memorable event.
Thank you for joining us this year!
Do you speak a second language?
Based on the refugee population arriving in our district, it's possible we may be in need of chaperones who speak the following languages: Spanish, Portuguese, Russian/Ukranian, Farsi, Bosnian, Arabic, Pashto, Thai
"This is so much more than a great event. It is miraculous. It softens hearts, brings help to those who need it most, and creates bridges in the lives of some who feel alone."