Volunteering

  • Volunteer

    Your Involvement Makes a Big Difference for Students

     
     
    Any prospective volunteer who will have regularly scheduled, unsupervised access to children under sixteen years of age, or developmentally disabled persons during the course of his or her involvement ...is required, by state law, to fill out a disclosure form.
     
    Thank you for your interest in the Partnership in Education (P.I.E) Program. You are joining a large, enthusiastic group of parents, military personnel, senior citizens, clubs, businesses, and community members willing to dedicate their time and talents to the education of children through our community volunteer program.
     
    All forms - including the background check - should be forwarded to Carrie Riepma at the district office, 350. S. Oak Harbor St.  Our volunteers are very important. We try and make your volunteer experience enjoyable and meaningful. Whether it be chaperoning, working in the classroom, or going on a field trip, your participation is welcome.
     
     
    We have enhanced the state requirement and ask that all our volunteers complete, sign and date the forms and return to your child's teacher, the school office, or Carrie Reipma at the District Office. Once the forms have been received and processed, usually in about three weeks, I will send your volunteer name tag, a copy of the results of the Washington State Patrol Background Check and a copy of your signed Policy 3120 and 4410.
     
    For more information email or call Carrie Riepma at 360.279.5020