• Volunteering in Our Schools


    Within our schools, we have volunteers and visitors. A visitor is a person that is allowed to attend campus functions and/or lunch with their child. You would not need to complete a volunteer form for these functions, just check-in with your driver’s license in the front office of your child’s school.

    Volunteers are given an assignment or task dealing directly with children other than their own while on campus or school-sponsored trips. Volunteers must complete this form and have an annual background check completed by the District on file. Please proceed with this application if you wish to volunteer at your child’s school.

    Our students benefit from the many volunteer hours that our parents and community members invest in our schools. For the safety of our students, we require all volunteers to complete a volunteer application and we run a name-based, state-wide criminal history record check on all applicants. The background check must be completed and approved before volunteering. Parent/guardian volunteers will be also be processed through the district’s Raptor visitor system, which scans your driver's license each time you come to campus. All volunteers are required to reapply each year.

    To become a volunteer at your child's school, follow these simple steps:

    1. Complete Volunteer Application by clicking here. Spanish version here.

    2. The background check should take less than a week. Once applicants are approved an email confirmation will be sent and they are cleared to volunteer in our schools. 

    Please note, only one application is necessary per school year regardless of how many campuses you wish to volunteer at.


    If you have questions about the volunteer process, please contact Mollie Osteen at 817-232-0880 ext. 2760, or contact the front office of your child's school.