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Volunteering in the Classroom

Renton School District has many opportunities for volunteering in schools. For instance, you may opt to:

  • Mentor a child through Communities In Schools of Renton (CISR)
  • Serve in a classroom
  • Assist in the library
  • Help with field trips or PTSA sponsored events

If you are a community member interested in volunteering, please follow the steps below to become a volunteer.

Please note, beginning October 18, 2021, all volunteers must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Additionally, there are no religious or medical accommodations that will be provided for volunteers.

Become A Volunteer

Visitors

  • Visitors desiring to visit a classroom must inform the principal or designee not less than one day prior to the date on which visitation is requested, unless mutually agreeable to the classroom teacher and principal or designee.
  • All visitors must register at the office upon their arrival at school.
  • Classroom visitation must not detract from planned classroom activities.
  • Visitors will not use equipment to record classroom activities unless the teacher has given specific permission.

For a complete list of the visitor guidelines please review Renton School Board Policy 4200 and Procedure 4200P "Safe and Orderly Learning Environment".

Visitor and Volunteer Check-in & OUt PRocess

Welcome to Renton School District, we are so glad you are interested in volunteering in our schools.    As you enter our district properties, we want to share our new Visitor & Volunteer Check-in and out process.  As you enter into our buildings, it is required for you to check-in with the corresponding Office Manager.   This process is performed by possible manually signing in to a roster or using out volunteer and visitor management tool.   We use both tracking systems to:

  • Tracks daily volunteers and/or visitors coming onto and exiting any building within the districts. This information is very helpful to help identify occupancy headcount during an emergency as well as identify any person that should not be on property and notify pre-identified contacts.
  • We use a tracking system to monitor who is within the school to help in efforts where contact tracing is needed.