1.70 - School Volunteers

Resources

  • The Board of Education, as stated in Board Policy 6:250 encourages the use of resource persons and volunteers to:

    • Enhance students’ educational attainment 
    • Provide enrichment experiences for students
    • Increase the effective utilization of staff time and skills
    • Give more individual attention to students
    • Promote greater community involvement

    The Board and District promote the use of school volunteers while working to maintain a safe and secure environment for staff and students, to the extent applicable. 

    All volunteers shall abide by District policies and procedures, including, but not limited to application process, sign-in and identification procedures, student confidentiality, safety, reporting and harassment policies.

    The Round Lake School District 116 Volunteer and Chaperone Handbook outlines the District's volunteer policy, includes a copy of the Volunteer Information form and highligts standard volunteer procedures and expectations. Links to this information can be found at the top of this page or requested from main office staff. For additional information or criteria specific to a particular school or volunteer opportunity, contact the Building Principal.


    Cross-reference:
    Round Lake Area Schools Community Unit District 116 Policy, 6:250, Community Resource Persons and Volunteers Policy