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Volunteer Orientation. Forest Creek Elementary. Code for Volunteers continued . Be honest in approach and attitude Work within the rules as set out by the district and administration Refer all potential disciplinary problems to the classroom teacher or appropriate staff member

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Volunteer orientation

Volunteer Orientation

Forest Creek Elementary


Code for volunteers continued
Code for Volunteers continued

  • Be honest in approach and attitude

  • Work within the rules as set out by the district and administration

  • Refer all potential disciplinary problems to the classroom teacher or appropriate staff member

  • Abide by RRISD’s dress code policy

  • Only use faculty restrooms


Code for volunteers
Code for Volunteers

  • Safety – online application

  • Keep all student and teacher information confidential

  • Communication

  • Sign in and out of RAPTOR every time you are on campus

  • ALWAYS wear your volunteer badge or sticker


Code for volunteers continued1
Code for Volunteers continued

  • Supervision of Children of Volunteers

    We are pleased to have volunteers support our Forest Creek students and staff. The school is a professional learning and working environment. When possible volunteers should not bring children when volunteering at school.

    If there is no alternative,

    • Children must be under the direct supervision of their parent at all times.

    • Children are expected to follow school expectations for behavior.

    • Children are not permitted in the teacher’s workroom or teacher’s lounge.

    • Children are not permitted in classroom during the school day, including parties.

    • Children below school-age may not use school computers at any time.

    • School-aged children may not use computers after school hours.


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