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Volunteer Protocol

Action Steps

Let's Get Started


We categorize the varying levels of involvement based on volunteer frequency, availability, and intensity of interactions and students.  Levels are arranged according to increasing degrees of direct student involvement within schools. More direct student contact and involvement corresponds with increased volunteer levels.

Level One

Visitor Volunteer

Limited availability. Indirect student interactions. Infrequent student contact. Examples: Booster clubs, concession sales, book fairs, PTA, off-campus volunteer, classroom parties, office assistance, speakers, and presenters.

Level Two

Committed Volunteer

Moderate availability. Increased interactions with students. Moderate frequency. Includes working with small groups of students under a teacher or staff member’s direct supervision. Examples: Clerical volunteer, Field Day, Lunch Buddy, Classroom Parent.

Level Three

Dedicated Volunteer


High level of availability. Frequent, direct and close interactions with students. Examples:
Mentors, Tutors, Chaperones/Field Trips, Class projects, Club sponsors.

1 Contact the volunteer coordinator at the school of your choice.

Complete the Volunteer Information Form http://tinyurl.com/BCSVolunteerInfoForm


3 Provide profile that describes the services that are being offered by the volunteer individual or organization. NO NO YES
4 Complete the background check process. NO NO




Contact the volunteer coordinator(s) at the school(s) of your choice to schedule orientation session, school tour, information review.


Optional YES YES
6 Work with Volunteer Coordinator to identify appropriate activities and schedule dates and times. YES YES YES