Come be a volunteer in the San Leandro Unified School District (SLUSD)! As parents, grandparents, neighbors, and community members, you have valuable ideas, talents, and time to share with our students and our schools.
It is our belief that our volunteer programs are beneficial to everyone involved. Volunteers help foster stronger school/community relationships by creating a common ownership in the success of our schools, as well as, demonstrating the importance of community service to our students.
The SLUSD volunteers provide support and guidance to schools to help them facilitate their parent and community engagement programs. Currently, volunteers work in a variety of capacities: doing work from home; acting as tutors/mentors; providing assistance in the classroom; participating on business/community partnership advisory boards; assisting in a school’s main office or library/media centers and organizing fundraising efforts for school foundations, scholarships, field trips, etc.
Types of Volunteers
What is a Level 1 Volunteer?
Level 1 Volunteers are volunteers who have minimal interaction with students. Minimal interaction is defined as those volunteers who have direct student contact for less than one hour per month and/or no one-on-one student contact (e.g. assisting with day field trips, one-time classroom presentations, fundraising, and special events would still constitute minimal interaction).
These volunteers will not be subject to tuberculosis testing or fingerprinting; however, an automated records check to comply with Megan’s law reporting will be required to complete an application.