TUSD Volunteer Procedures
Are you interested in volunteering in your child’s classroom? Below are the procedures you must follow to serve as a volunteer in your student’s classroom:
The Principal will then review the application and complete a screening through the Megan’s Law website. You will be contacted by the school if approved. Once approved, sign in at school office (each time you volunteer).
- Confirm that it is okay with the teacher
- Complete a volunteer application from the school site or Human Resources
- Obtain Tuberculosis (TB) Clearance (only Level II and III)
- Provide copy of Driver’s License (only Level II and III
TUSD site administrators are ultimately responsible for determining and completing the appropriate level of screening for school volunteers at the school sites. Copies of all clearance information and forms can be obtained from the site offices.
TUSD employees who are volunteering do not need to go through the volunteer application process. The site only needs to verify their employment with the Human Resources office. However, if they are driving, they do need to complete the driving portion of the process.
TUSD students who are volunteering (i.e. CTE) do not need to go through the volunteer application process.
CSUS students need to follow the separate procedure which has been established for them.
Walk-on-Coaches need to follow the separate procedure which has been established for them.
Drivers cannot bring their own adult passengers (i.e. spouse, friend) when transporting students unless this passenger has been through the TUSD volunteer process. Minors are okay.