Volunteer Programs

Submit your Volunteer Application today!

Please contact (813) 794-2207 or email lrossman@pasco.k12.fl.us with any questions concerning your volunteer application.

The 2014-2015 District Outstanding School Volunteer Award Winners are:

 

  • Youth – Sydney Payne, nominated by Gulfside Elementary  School
  • Adult – Hiral Patel, nominated by Odessa Elementary School
  • Senior – Leslie Thiel, nominated by Gulf Middle School

Create a Legacy - Register to be a School Volunteer

Haga clic aquí para la versión española Please note: School volunteers must complete a new application and undergo a background check every year. Volunteer approvals are valid from July 1st to June 30th.


    Fill out our new volunteer application online. You must be 18 or older (and not attending a Pasco County School) to apply to be a volunteer. DSBPC Students (peer volunteers) must download and complete MIS form #661, before sending it to the District Volunteer Program Office.
    Visit your local school and tell them you want to volunteer. They will help you get started. If you are unsure of which schools are close to where you live use our search resources.

Learn more about the opportunities to volunteer with the Pasco Education Foundation including Take Stock in Children on their website. Or apply here to be a Pasco Education Foundation volunteer.

Additional volunteer opportunities include:

  • Mentoring/tutoring,
  • Assisting classroom teachers,
  • Assisting in the media center,
  • Office assistant,
  • Lunchroom assistant,
  • Other areas as determined by the school administration

Great American Teach In

Please contact individual school volunteer coordinators to find out how you can participate in the Great American Teach In. The event is held annually on the third Wednesday in November.

 

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