How to Become a Volunteer
The Board of Education adopted Board Policy 1240 Volunteer Assistance, to ensure our students have the right to learn in a safe environment and remain protected from any form of misconduct by adults on our schools’ campuses. The Board is cognizant of the critical role parents, guardians and community members play in the education of our students. Parents, guardians and community members are encouraged to share their special knowledge and abilities with our students. At the same time, schools must be able to operate with full confidence that our students are working with adults who are there to serve their needs. The new policy is a means to ensure student safety and not a deterrent for parent/guardian and community involvement in our schools. If you have any questions, please contact the Community Engagement Office at (510) 307-4526.
Where do I start?
Parent volunteers (Parents/legal guardians) and community members (non-parents) who wish to volunteer at any WCCUSD schools:
1) Apply online on the link below or if you don’t have computer access call 510-342-7176 to have a paper application mailed to you. You will receive a welcome e-mail once you complete the volunteer application and the health questionnaire.2) A second e-mail will be sent to you with your log-in information and instructions to do the following:*Download and complete the Live-Scan form*
*Schedule your FREE fingerprinting appointment online*
Fingerprinting appointments are scheduled on:
*Tuesdays 9:00am-11am and Thursdays 1:00pm-3pm*
Fingerprint appointments are held at:
NEW LOCATIONCommunity Engagement Department1108 Bissell AveRichmond, CA 94801
3) Please bring the following documents to your fingerprint appointment:
*Live Scan form completed*
*Valid US Government Issue picture I.D. or consulate I.D./Passport*
4) A WCCUSD volunteer badge will be mailed to you after all documentation is received and verified.
(This process may take up to 30 days)
Sub-contractors CBO's, non-profits and organizations/businesses providing a service at one of our PK-12th grade school sites. Please contact the Community Engagement Department at (510) 307-4526.