Volunteer Information

Parent Volunteers

Make a difference in the life of a child, VOLUNTEER!

Volunteers help foster stronger school-community relationships by creating common ownership in the success of our schools. Not only is the education and safety for our students our focus, but also your safety as a volunteer.

Review the following district procedures on volunteering:

Volunteering applicants for less than four hours per week (on average, over a four-week period):

  • Complete the Volunteer Application form.

  • Provide a valid government photo identification.

  • School site staff will verify that the volunteer applicant is not listed on the Megan’s Law website.

  • Proof of a negative TB results, Chest X-Ray or Risk Assessment is required (must be current within 60 days of submitting a volunteer application).

Volunteering applicants for more than 4 hours per week (on average, over a four-week period):

  • Complete the Volunteer Application form.

  • Provide a valid government photo identification.

  • School site staff will verify that the volunteer applicant is not listed on the Meagan’s Law website.

  • Proof of a negative TB results, Chest X-Ray or Risk Assessment is required (must be current with 60 days of submitting a volunteer application).

  • Fingerprint clearance is required from the DOJ (Department of Justice) and FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation).

Chaperones:

Any person(s) interested in chaperoning, supervising children, attending a field trip, a designated driver (transporting students), and/or assisting with school activities sponsored by CNUSD will need to:

  • Complete the Volunteer Application form.

  • Provide valid a government photo identification.

  • School site staff will verify that the volunteer applicant is not listed on the Meagan’s Law website.

  • Proof of a negative TB results, Chest X-Ray or Risk Assessment is required (must be current within 60 days of submitting a volunteer application.

  • Fingerprint clearance is required from the DOJ (Department of Justice) and FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation).

To start volunteering, you will need to have the applicable items listed above on file with your designated school site Secretary or Office staff. For any questions, contact your designated school site Secretary.