Community Relations





The Board of Education encourages the contributions made to the instructional program by community volunteer aides. Guidelines designed to protect the interests of children, staff, volunteers, and the district shall be followed in initiating and maintaining programs involving such volunteer aides.

The wealth of experience available in the community is a resource that should be used in appropriate ways to enrich the educational program and strengthen our schools' relationships with home, businesses, public agencies and private institutions. The governing board encourages parents/guardians and other members of the community to share their time, knowledge and abilities with our students.

The superintendent or designee may authorize the use of volunteers.  Employees and students, volunteers shall act in accordance with district policies and the law.





Education Code

Section 35021  

Volunteer Aides


Sections 44227.5  

Classroom participation by college level teaching methodology faculty


Section 44010

Sex Offense, definition


Section 45125  

Fingerprinting requirements


Section 45344.5

Instructional Aide: proficiency in basic skills


Section 45347  

Instructional aides as classified employees


Section 45349  



Section 49406  

Examination for tuberculosis

Government Code

Sections 3100-3109  

Oath or affirmation of allegiance

Health and Safety Code

Section 1596.871  

 Fingerprints of individuals in contact with child day care facility clients


Section 3454    

Volunteers; certificates on file

Labor Code

Section 3352(i)  

Persons performing voluntary services for school districts

Code of Regulations, Title 22

Section 101170  

Criminal record clearance



Policy adopted:


Policy revised:


Policy revised:

2/16/96 (Labor Code change only)

Policy revised: