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Volunteer Clearance and Fingerprinting

Dear Parents,

We have heard very good questions and concerns about who should be fingerprinted and why. Most importantly, we want to be sure we know who is working directly with our students and around staff to ensure a safe working and learning environment at every school.

• Why Fingerprinting?

>The Department of Justice (DOJ) and FBI provide information to school   districts on each adult that has been fingerprinted in the district. The CBO and Superintendent are the two identified employees to read this confidential information only. This confidential information from the DOJ and FBI include any misdemeanors, felonies and DUIs of our fingerprinted adults.

> This information is important to help us when we choose adults to drive on field trips and volunteers to directly instruct and supervise our students in the classroom and at school.

>Fingerprinting is a one-time expense and activity during the time served in the school district.

• Who needs to be fingerprinted?

Fingerprinting Required NO Fingerprinting Required
•   Drivers  on Field Trips

•  Office helpers

  •   Those who  volunteer in the office  on aconsistent basis willbe checked throughthe Megan's Lawdatabase.
•   Chaperones on Field Trips (supervisinga group  of students) •  PTA and MEF Work
•   Supervision of Children (playground and cafeteria) •  Book Faire Volunteers
•   When  an adult  will be alone with astudent (taking to the bathroom) •   Room Parents

•   Instructional Setting

  • Reading with/Teaching children or small groups  of children.
  • Helping children on a consistentbasis (individual or smallgroups) with their work  in theclassroom.
  • Art in Action docents only if the parent is teaching multiple classes on a consistent basis

•  Guest Speakers/Visitors not on a consistent

basis.

 

•  Materials assistance in theclassroom

(cutting, pasting, making copies)

 

•   Parents visiting classroomsto participate/observe aspecial activity/project inthe classroom 
(HeritageDays, International Days,Science Fairs)

  •  Parents  dropping offsomething to their child

 





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