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Laredo Child Development Center
1420 Laredo St.
Aurora, CO 80011 [map]
303-363-0484
303-326-1215 fax
Interim Coordinator
Anna Sommerhauser
Secretary
Shandra Tucciarone

Child Find Coordinator
Jayne Dougherty
Derline Gaucin, Secretary
ext. 28431
15751 E. 1st Ave.
303-326-3631
Fax: 303-326-1285


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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. 

Effective the 2021-2022 school year, the Security office is now processing Volunteers and Partners online only.

After the school confirms the need for the volunteer, the applicant will need to complete an online request and will submit their own personal information to Sterling Volunteers for the background check process to get started. School staff will receive necessary documentation from the applicant directly and will attach it to an online approval form.

COVID Vaccine Requirement: APS has a mandatory vaccination requirement that applies to Volunteers and Partners working in all APS sites. Proof of vaccination must be presented to school staff at the time the Volunteer/Partner is confirmed to perform work.

To register, the Volunteer/Partner is to do the following:

  1. Complete the online Volunteer/Partner Screening and Badge Request Form to start the process.
  2. After completing that form, the confirmation screen will show you a link to the Sterling Volunteers website along with a “good deed code” to use in order for APS to pay the background check fee. This also ensures we receive the results.

In addition, the school/site where the Volunteer/Partner will work will do the following:

  1. At the time the school designee (office staff, family liaison, etc.) confirms the need for a volunteer, they will need to obtain a copy of the volunteer’s ID and a current picture of the applicant.
  1. The APS staff member will also need to complete the Volunteer/Partner Approval Form electronically, and that form will prompt them to attach the ID and picture files of the volunteer/partner they are approving. You will be asked about vaccine requirement verification on this form.

The security office needs to receive and confirm that all steps above have been completed before approving and printing a Volunteer/Partner badge. Once printed, the badge will be sent via interschool mail to the APS site where the Volunteer or Partner will be helping (no exceptions).

 

CLICK HERE for a printable version of the instructions above.

CLICK HERE to access the Volunteer & Partner Screening and Badge Request Form.

CLICK HERE for access to the APS Volunteer Approval Form. (An aurorak12.org account is required to access this form.)

 

The Security office is open to the public Monday – Friday, 8:00-4:00, but most of your questions can be addressed by calling or emailing Mitzi Torres (303-365-7816, ext. 28410, mtorres@aurorak12.org).

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. 

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:
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.  Children not enrolled at the school must be accompanied by an adult when visiting school. 

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 22, 2021

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