LCDC Volunteers

Becoming a Volunteer:

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer and need additional information, please call the school at 303-363-0484 and speak to the Family Liaison. 

Step 1: Interested volunteer completes interest form at the school office.

Step 2: Security office receives volunteer approval form from school liaison.

Step 3: Volunteer is given an application to complete and return to the Security Office within 30 days of signing up.

Step 4: Volunteer needs a valid CO or government issued I.D. when completing the application process with Security.

Step 5: Volunteer will receive an email confirmation with approval (could take up to 5) days after the application is submitted.

Step 6: School receives volunteer badge/ID at the site. 

Volunteer Opportunities:
Laredo Child Development Center has opportunities for volunteers to stay Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (no school on Friday). Volunteers help with a variety of duties; preparing classroom materials for all teachers, milk and snack prep, delivering milk/snack to classrooms during snack time, playground helpers with clean-up and set-up of equipment, attend committee meetings, and help with special events throughout the year; parent coffee, parent day, book fair, picture day, fire safety, enrichment assemblies, etc. In some cases, volunteers are interested in helping in classrooms to assist with one on one activities, small group activities, play with students during centers or choice time, or read to a group of students. 

For additional district information on becoming an active volunteer for our schools, please click on the links below:

http://security.aurorak12.org/volunteers/

Visiting School:
Parents are encouraged to visit their child's classroom throughout the year. Please make arrangements in advance with the child's teacher. Short, well-planned visits provide a better understanding of the child's school experience rather than long, unscheduled visits. Since small children, particularly infants, tend to distract the pupils, we ask that parents not bring young children when visiting their child's classroom. Children not enrolled at the school must be accompanied y an adult when visiting school. All visitors must check in with our main office and present a valid photo I.D. and sign out at the main office after their visit.

Raptor Screening
at School Sites

Part of keeping students and staff safe is controlling visitor and staff access in our buildings at all times. APS recently implemented the Raptor Visitor Management System as a way to better monitor visitor access. The Raptor system will allow us to better monitor visitors, contractors and volunteers who visit our schools. aurorak12.org/apsnet

Page last updated on September 26, 2017

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