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  • Sanderson Volunteers
    Reactivation for Continuing WCPSS Volunteers - Deadline Oct 31st

    • All continuing volunteers must reactivate for the 2016-17 school year no later than 4pm on October 31, 2016. Volunteers may go to any WCPSS site/school and register through the WCPSS Intranet.  Current volunteers, who provide a valid email address will receive an email 15-30 days prior to the expiration of their volunteer status reminding them to reactivate.
    • After October 31, 2016, individuals previously approved may not volunteer without a new criminal record check. To avoid unnecessary costs to the school system, all continuing volunteers are encouraged to reactivate early in the school year - and no later than October 31, 2016.
    • The Volunteer system will be open daily for reactivation/registration
    • Parents may register to volunteer at any school from any computer connected to the WCPSS Intranet.  You must be in a WCPSS school for this link to work.  Register here.

    New Volunteers to WCPSS for 2016-2017

    • Any new volunteer applicants must register and have an approved criminal record check prior to engaging in volunteer work. Applicants may register at any WCPSS site/school through the WCPSS Intranet.
    • Applicants will be notified by email once their application has been approved or approved to drive. Applicants not approved will receive notice from Employee Relations.
    • The volunteer system will be open daily for registration.
    • Parents may register to volunteer at any school from any computer connected to the WCPSS Intranet.  You must be in a WCPSS school for this link to work.  Register here.

    Are you a volunteer or a guest?
    Guests: Visitors who are never left alone with students are considered guests. They do not need background checks. Typical examples would include speakers, presenters and community members/parents attending a school event.

    Volunteers:
    Visitors who may be alone with students at any point do require background checks. There are no "levels" of volunteer status. You are either a volunteer who may be alone with students or you aren't. Typical examples range from a community volunteer who reads with a child to an overnight chaperone, as well as field day workers, testing proctors, and volunteer coaches. The same background check is done for every type of volunteer.

    Thank you for Volunteering!

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