Board of Education Member, Don Christopher West, and Board of
Thank you for your interest in becoming a School Volunteer! Each year, countless volunteers from the community give of their time and talents to assist in our schools. Volunteers can serve in many capacities, including answering phones, making copies for teachers, serving as tutors, serving as testing proctors, and much more!
There are two steps to becoming a school volunteer. The first is to complete the online Volunteer Application
form. Upon completion of the application, you will be directed to the Secure Volunteer
link to authorize WCPS to conduct a background check.About School Volunteers:
A School Volunteer is any person who offers to perform a service or carry out an activity during the school day or during extended-day, school-related programs without pay.
WCPS has three classifications of volunteers:General Volunteer
— Assist with general office duties; assist with bulletin boards; make general copies; office greeter, answer office phones; assist with school events; chaperone school dances, serve as exam proctor; etc. Classroom Volunteer
— Assist students; assist with small projects in the classrooms; help teacher prepare materials for class; tutoring; review homework assignments; etc.Field Trip Volunteer
— Assist with school sponsored fieldtrips as a chaperone.
Education Chair, Patricia Burden, recognize Dianne Uzzell as
the 2018 WCPS Volunteer of the Year