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Volunteering at School
Who are volunteers? Parents or legal guardians are considered to be volunteers when on campus for more than 30 minutes.
Parents are important for the success of the school and contribute their time, expertise and energy in many ways. Training is required for certain roles.
If you would like to learn more about volunteering opportunities, call 527-9081.
To provide a productive school climate conducive to teaching and learning, please follow these guidelines:
· Please do not plan to conference with the teacher about your child when you are scheduled to volunteer in the class.
· Many parents help by volunteering in the classrooms. We appreciate your help, but we ask that you not bring other children with you. Siblings can be a distraction to the parent, the students and the teacher.
· Parents often chaperone classes on field trips. While school staff members are grateful for your assistance, field trips are limited to members of the class and volunteers. You may not bring siblings on these trips.
· Proctors for state tests are badly needed and greatly appreciated. Do keep in mind that parents cannot serve as proctors for state tests at the same classroom or grade level in which their children are enrolled.
· Please remember that when you are at school for evening events, supervision of your child is your responsibility.
Please note: As a parent volunteer, the rule of confidentiality must be respected. It is unethical and inappropriate to discuss the performance or behavior of students in the classroom.