(updated Feb. 13, 2023)

We are grateful for parent volunteers!

There are two types of volunteers: Infrequent and Regular

Infrequent volunteers:

An infrequent volunteer is defined as a person who volunteers on campus 3 times or fewer a school year for more than 10 min each visit. These volunteers are required to provide a valid ID and proof of COVID vaccination. Volunteers are encouraged to wear masks, but they are not required.  

Frequent volunteers:

These are volunteers who are on campus more than 3 times a school year for more than 10 min each visit. They are typically long-term volunteers with programs such as Project Cornerstone, Arts Focus, PTA or room parents.

Regular volunteers are required to complete a volunteer badge application through our Raptor system. This enables you to complete documentation and a background check just once a year. Then, you can quickly scan your badge at the office.

Here's how to apply to be a regular volunteer:

1. First, please collect the documentation that you'll need before starting the online application. An unfinished online application can't be saved.

   * The ATI number from your fingerprinting/live scan form. Please review the finger printing fact sheet (español está disponible) first to understand what is required and what may already be on file.

   * Then, print and sign the fingerprint request form (There's a Spanish version). Please ask your principal or office for this form. It requires your principal's signature. Return your completed form to the office. Retain the ATI number from your live scan (fingerprinting) form. You’ll need to enter it in the online volunteer badge application.

   * Proof of COVID vaccination (initial series. Proof of booster is not required)

   * A photo that can be used as your badge photo

   * Tuberculosis documentation (within the last three years) that shows you have been cleared for tuberculosis. For more information about completing this requirement, please click here. If you have submitted this to your school in the last few years, it’s possible your school office has a valid copy on file. Please check with them.

   * New Required annual mandated reporter training, effective July 1, 2023 and in compliance with AB506. Submit proof of training (if conducted by an outside agency) in the application process.

2. Once you have these items, complete the online application (Ask your principal/office for the link). 

3. Once your application has been received and your fingerprints clear (could take up to 30 days), your badge will be printed and delivered to the school that you designated as the delivery location when applying. 

Badge expiration: All badges issued in Spring, Summer and Fall 2022 expire in June 2023. After that date, all badges issued in the prior 12 months will expire in June annually.

Each badge is tied to a volunteer’s security check.  Sharing badges is a violation of state law.

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