Volunteer Application


Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Please call the office with any questions.

A volunteer is defined as an individual who, with school district authorization, voluntarily assists on a regular and ongoing basis of 20 hours or more per school year. District policy requires a volunteer to complete: a Volunteer Application, Megan’s Law Background Check, have a current TB clearance, sign a Volunteer Code of Conduct form, and sign in and out each visit on the Guest/Volunteer Registry located in our school office.
*In addition, as of June 6, 2022 volunteers are required to show proof of COVID vaccination or a weekly negative test result. Prior to volunteering, volunteers must pre-arrange a day and time with the teacher. Volunteer Application and the Volunteer Code of Conduct can be picked up in the school office.

*Subject to change.

Visitor Policy

In order to guarantee student safety, confidentiality and to minimize interruptions to the instructional program, we appreciate your cooperation with the following policies:

  • Before and after school, only students and staff will be allowed inside the campus perimeter.  Parents can access staff, as they normally would, via the sign in/sign out procedure in the office for meetings, volunteer work, and other routine needs.
  •  While in session, school perimeters will be secure and locked. During arrival and dismissal, the front gate will be open and supervised.  
  • All visitors must sign in and out of the office.  You may be requested to show identification if you are not familiar to the office personnel
  • Classroom visitations must be arranged with the teacher/principal in advance
  •  We protect learning time for every student and we request classrooms not be interrupted during instruction
  • Uninterrupted instructional time is so important.  This means that we can not call into a classroom or deliver forgotten items. Please teach your children to keep their projects, lunches, jackets or anything they will need at school ready to go so that nothing needs to be dropped off in the office. 
  • Visitations should not be parent conferences.  Parent conferences need to be scheduled at a time other than during instructional time.
  • Visitors, other than the parent or guardian, must have prior written permission from the parent/guardian and the principal to observe a student.
  •  Confidentiality of students must be observed at all times.