Kaylei Lane, 11, adorns a letter with dog stickers and a drawing of a dragon in her fifth-grade class at Burnt Bridge Creek Elementary School.In the letter, destined for a pen pal she’s never met, Kaylei gushes about her pets and frets about her aunt’s coming move several states away to Arizona. Once a month, eager fifth-graders at six schools in Clark County receive and respond to letters they exchange with adult pen pals.“It’s really exciting,” Kaylei said Tuesday as she dotted the envelope of her two-page letter with glitter. “You don’t know what it’s going to say.”It’s that kind of excitement that’s prompting Volunteer Connections, which administers the RSVP Pen Pal program, to put out the call for more adult volunteers. More schools and students want to write letters than the program has the adults to accommodate, coordinator Steve Smith said.“It’s adult driven,” Smith said.Volunteers and children write letters to each other every month for a full school year. Coordinators deliver messages back and forth from classrooms to adults. The program serves Title I schools, which have high rates of students in free and reduced-price lunch programs.