Volunteering

  • Lexington Four Volunteer Program 19-20

    Lexington Four offers a variety of opportunities for volunteer work throughout the school year. We appreciate community interest in sharing time and talents in our schools!  Volunteers are a vital part of the educational system and make a difference for students.

    Volunteer opportunities are divided into two levels.

    A Level 1 Volunteer is an individual whose contact with students is supervised by school personnel at all times, typically in public settings and classrooms.

    Examples include but are not limited to:

    • Classroom tutor
    • Test monitor
    • Homeroom parent or class assistant
    • Lunch buddy, playground, computer or media assistant
    • Volunteer assistant in after-school programs
    • School office volunteer
    • Room Parent

    A Level 2 Volunteer is an individual who works with students in settings that might not always be supervised by school personnel.

    Level 2 volunteers will likely have direct and unsupervised interactions with students however, the district states that no volunteer should ever place themselves in a situation where they are alone with an individual student.  

    Examples include but are not limited to:

    • On-site tutoring outside of the classroom
    • Chaperones for school field trips, sporting events
    • Athletic coaching assistants
    • Mentors

    Background checks are required for all volunteers prior to service at any of our schools. A National Sex Offender Registry Check as well as a criminal background screening is required.

    Background checks are available at no cost to volunteers. 

     

    Click here to start the process by completing our Volunteer Interest Form.