Our Schools and community are built on the partnership and involvement of our amazing parents. We are stronger together. Whether you're working side-by-side with your child, leading a field trip, or volunteering in our offices, we value your help and know your child will appreciate having you there.Sign up to Volunteer
We offer a variety of opportunities for parents to become involved in school or at home. Please call our office today at (216) 731-0127 to discuss available opportunities.
Level 2 Volunteer
DetailsAssist with planning or organizing events, talking with other parents, setting up events, or planning for the school year. Flexible based on interests. Work with PTO president and other parents on planning for the school year. Must be collaborative, organized, and available some nights.
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Become a Volunteer
Our highest priority is keeping our schools safe, so we’ve established a variety of security levels based on available volunteer opportunities. Please review the levels below to understand the security requirements for each opportunity and the necessary corresponding forms that must be completed before serving.
A school employee will always supervise the volunteer. Volunteers can work in classrooms and the office, but cannot handle money.
Requirements: Volunteer Authorization Release Form, State-Issued Photo ID
A school employee or Level 3 volunteer provides limited supervision to the volunteer. Field trip chaperones, drivers, recess monitors are Level 2.
Requirements: Volunteer Authorization Release Form, State-Issued Photo ID, Background Check
Volunteers can work with students with no direct supervision. They can chaperone overnight field trips and tutor students.
Requirements: Volunteer Authorization Form, State-Issued Photo ID, Background Check and Fingerprints
You can also check out our Volunteer FAQs to learn more.
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