PV Schools welcomes and values its volunteers. Individuals, groups and area businesses who all play an important role in supporting our school communities. If you are interested in making a contribution, we're confident we can find a role that will fit your time and talents.
Volunteer policies, activities and benefits are described in the Volunteer Handbook, which can be downloaded from the link below. If you have questions or are ready to get started, contact any of our schools directly.
Volunteer in Paradise (VIP) Program
NEW! The Volunteer in Paradise (VIP) program will begin in the 2013-14 school year. This new and unique program matches community volunteers with one of the participating VIP schools. (If, by contrast, you are the parent, stepparent, legal guardian or grandparent of a student at the school in which you wish to volunteer, please contact the school or teacher directly.)
The VIP program connects dedicated, high quality volunteers with meaningful opportunities that will make a difference. Training and support are provided. Volunteer tutors are needed in all subject areas in kindergarten through grade 6.
Get more information at: pvschools.net/VIP
These handbooks cover information needed by volunteers who are located at the school their child attends. If you are a participant in the VIP program, please visit pvschools.net/VIP to view the VIP handbook.
How do I get fingerprinted to volunteer as a field-trip chaperone?
The school will submit your completed paperwork to the Human Resources Department. Once the school has submitted the paperwork, the assigned HR technician will e-mail a list of available times to the chaperones. The chaperone then comes to district office for fingerprinting, and the process takes approximately 30-45 minutes to complete.
The process: Complete and sign authorization to run background; complete and sign fingerprint card where prints are placed. Photo ID is required as part of the verification process.