Assistive Volunteers are defined as those who:
- Work directly under the supervision and direction of a District employee; and
- DO NOT have routine interaction with students.
- Individuals who help to plan or conduct classroom celebrations
- Parents/guardians attending book fairs or holiday stores
- Parents/guardians serving as guest readers/presenters in a classroom
All prospective Assistive Volunteers must:
- Submit to an annual scan of their driver’s license to verify that they are not listed on the National Sex Offender Registry; and
Approved Assistive Volunteers
All approved Assistive Volunteers will be placed on an “Approved Assistive Volunteers List” that will be updated and provided to the Building Principals at the end of the day every Friday during the school year. Approved Assistive Volunteers are only permitted to perform the duties of their position as outlined in District Policy 916 Volunteers or as prescribed by the Building Principal.