The District has hundreds of volunteers that play a key role in the daily operation of schools, sports, special projects, events, and a myriad of other opportunities. We consider this an invaluable contribution and asset. One of our most notable efforts includes the District’s newly launched “Let’s Read” initiative in which volunteers directly support children learning to read and becoming more proficient. Volunteering is easy, simply download the 2018-2019 Volunteer Application (on the right) and follow the instructions for completing the application and screening process. You may also pick up an application at your nearest DPSCD school/department. Prior to the start of service, all volunteers will receive an orientation that will provide information on the vision and direction of our District; as well as volunteer specific information. Please direct volunteer inquiries to email@example.com.
Opportunities to Get Involved
Alumni Association Literacy Volunteer
5,000 Male Role Models School-based needs
Parent Academy Mentoring
Parent Action Leader Safe Routes to School
Parent-Teacher Association School Advisory Council
Parent Workshop Coordination Tutoring
Level 1 Volunteer
A Level 1 volunteer is one who has contact with students, within the presence of a District employee or is assigned duties that may not directly involve students. This level volunteer requires an Internet Criminal History Tool (ICHAT) and the Michigan State Police Sex Offender Registry check.
Level 2 Volunteer
A Level 2 volunteer is one who has direct contact with students outside of the presence of a District employee or who is assigned duties such as: tutoring, overnight and out-of-state trip chaperone, coaching, or a long-term mentoring assignment. This level volunteer requires a Criminal Convictions/Background check and Fingerprinting.