Visting and Volunteering
We welcome visitors and volunteers on our campus!
All visitors and volunteers must sign in at the front office and receive a visitor's badge. We ask that visitors do not enter classrooms during the school day unless they are a volunteer or have an appointment scheduled with a teacher. Volunteer opportunities include going on a field trip or tutoring students.
We look forward to serving with you!
WCPSS School Volunteer PolicyVolunteers play an important role in our school district. We are grateful to parents and community members who contribute their time and talents to supporting our students.
Per WCPSS Board Policy 5015: School Volunteers, the school board encourages principals to develop and implement plans and procedures for utilizing school volunteers, including those who wish to volunteer in a virtual capacity. Principals continue to have discretion to determine whether volunteers are needed and are encouraged to use volunteers when needed.
All volunteers must pass criminal history and sexual offender registry checks and comply with WCPSS Board policy 5020: Visitors to the School.
Questions about volunteering in our schools? Contact your school’s volunteer coordinator or contact the District Volunteer Coordinator Milton Battle at email@example.com or 919-694-8233.
Briarcliff Elementary is very fortunate to partner with our community to support our students. If your organization would like to collaborate with our school, please contact our principal, Ms. Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Cary Rotary- Read A Book Program
- Cary Family YMCA- Y-Learning
- Greenwood Forest Baptist Church- Backpack Buddies
- Kirk of Kildaire- Koala after school tutoring
- Partners Read- Reading Program associated with the NC Bar Association & Wake Education Partnership
- Summit Church- Mentoring