We value our volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering in your child’s classroom, please speak to your child’s teacher first. Then, stop by our school office to pick up a Volunteer Application. This needs to be done on an annual basis. This can take several weeks to process at the district level, so be sure to get this done early in the school year. Volunteers must be 18 years or older and do not receive monetary compensation from the school district. We welcome parents, grandparents, retired district employees, and community members. There are many opportunities to be involved at our school including School Site Council (SSC), English Learner Advisory Council (ELAC), School Advisory Committee (SAC), Classroom Help, Office Help, field trips chaperone, and participating in our PTA. We encourage all to become involved!
In order to keep our campus safe and secure, visitors must first enter the front office to sign our “Visitor/Volunteer Log” before going anywhere on campus. If you would like to visit or observe in your child’s classroom, please contact your child’s teacher to set up a time that honors that teacher’ s instructional program and is not disruptive to the learning environment.
A volunteer is a person 18 years or older, who with District authorization, voluntarily assists schools, educational programs, or students on a routine or occasional basis. A volunteer receives no monetary or any other compensation from the District, A volunteer may be a parent, District employee, or community member who submits an annual application tp participate. If you are interested in being a volunteer, please read the handbook below for complete information.
A parent participant is a parent or legal guardian, 18 years or older, who with school administration authority, may participate in their child(ren)'s school educational programs and activities on a routine or occasional basis. Parent participants may participate with their own children but may not supervise other students. Parent participants are not Volunteer Chaperones. If you are interested in being a parent participant, please read the handbook below for complete information.