Successful completion of this Volunteer Training form along with a satisfactory WA State Patrol check will qualify you to volunteer at Conway School for two years. You will hear from Tim Dickinson if you are NOT approved as a volunteer. Thank you for Volunteering at Conway School.
My last name is
My first name is
My child or children's names are
My child or children are in the following grade(s) levels:
I acknowledge that to become a volunteer, I must complete the following requirements every two years: (two correct answers)
Complete and submit a WA State Patrol Check form to Kelli Hutchens in the School Office
Complete the Volunteer Training including the assessment
Meet with the principal and/or superintendent
I understand that when I come onto campus during the school day, I am required to: (Select all that apply)
Sign in on the volunteer clip board in the school office
Go right to my assigned volunteer position without signing in
Wear a name badge/identification
Put my phone on "silent" or turn it off while volunteering at school
Confidentiality: Who is required to be confidential at school? (Select all that apply)
Confidentiality: What if a student tells me something that is possibly abuse or neglect? (Select the best answer)
I ignore the comments
I tell the students to keep their thoughts to themselves
I report my concern to the teacher, principal, or school counselor immediately
Confidentiality: Why do I need to be confidential when working as a Conway School Volunteer? (Select all that apply)
I am under the same rules as Conway staff when I volunteer
The law requires all employees and volunteers to respect the privacy of students
Neutralitiy: What does Neutrality mean at Conway School?
Students are NOT allowed to discuss controversial topics
At Conway School we teach children to think and not what to think. This is especially important when it comes to Religion, politics, and other potentially controversial topics.
Students are allowed to talk about controversial topics as long as they are respectful and not interrupting class
Questions and Concerns: If I have a concern about a student or about something I have seen happen at school, I should... (Select the best answer)
Ask about my concern on Facebook
Talk to the teacher I am volunteering for or talk with Mr. Dickinson
Keep my concern to myself
Taking pictures at school: I am allowed to take picture with my phone or camera at school if I have done the following: (Select all that apply)
Filled out a Parent Pledge for Picture Taking at School
Agree to avoid posting any photos taken at school events with other people's children on social media.
Agree to work out any issues with other adults posting pictures of my child on social media with that person
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