Volunteer is defined as a person who voluntarily offers a service to the school district without compensation over a period of time (see categories
Long-Term Volunteer - one who voluntarily provides a service to the school district, without compensation, from time to time throughout the
entire school year. Said service does not necessarily have to be performed on consecutive days; the intent, however, is to use a long-term volunteer over an extended
period of time throughout the school year. A volunteer that provides a one time service for ten (10) or more hours within a week is also considered to be long term.
Overnight/Off Campus Chaperone/Volunteer - one who voluntarily provides a service to the school district, without compensation, as a chaperone on
a trip where the students leave the campus or stay overnight at a hotel, motel, school, or other arrangements approved by the school district. This includes
volunteers/chaperones who offer their home to students who are visiting our community through such events as district band, state band or foreign exchange.
Visitor is defined as a person who enters the school for a specific purpose such as a conference with a teacher or administrator or to provide a one-time
service (such as an assembly or presentation to a class or classes). A visitor does not provide ongoing service to the school district or interact one on one with the
children. A visitor does not act in a caretaking role with the children and is not left in the company of the children without approved supervision. In addition, a visitor may
or may not be compensated for their services to the district as with an assembly or presentation. A visitor is not considered to be a volunteer with the District.