a community member or parent wishes to volunteer in a school or at an activity,
the prospective volunteer must complete the Volunteer Application Form. The form is then submitted to the school
principal for approval. College students
wanting to fulfill hours for school work should be sent to the Personnel
form must be completely filled out. Each
question must be answered or marked.
Incomplete forms will not be processed.
principal and the volunteer must sign the application. When the principal signs
the Volunteer Application Form, he/she is indicating that they approve of this
volunteer and want him/her on their site to perform the duties indicated. Principals may deny a volunteer.
new form must be completed each year.
site secretary informs the prospective volunteer that he/she must make an
appointment to be fingerprinted at the District Office and inform him/her that
a driver’s license or ID card must be brought to the appointment.
site secretary must fax or send the completed volunteer form via inter-district
mail. It must be signed by both the principal/supervisor and volunteer. This form will be kept on file at the
the volunteer is going to be at your site on a regular basis, meaning more than
a couple of days per year, they must also be TB skin test cleared before they
can work around students.
District will provide a fingerprint cleared volunteer list to all sites via
email on a weekly basis.
will be your responsibility to inform the volunteers when they have cleared.
identification badge is to be picked up at the District Office by the
volunteers must wear their ID cards while on campus or at a district event when
performing volunteer services.
Code 35021 provides that a person who is required to register as a sex
offender pursuant to Penal
Code 290 shall not serve as a volunteer.
Joint Unified School District policy does not allow volunteers who have been
convicted of sex offences and serious or violent felonies. For any other conviction, the Superintendent
or designee has the discretion to deny volunteer service depending on the
nature of the conviction as it relates to the volunteer’s suitability and
District reserves the right to limit the number and types of volunteers, the
time frame and the classroom(s) served.
volunteers must be cleared by the District Office PRIOR to serving.