Parent involvement options are numerous. Volunteers are vital to Seaside and drive our program. Seaside School has a Room Parent/Volunteer Handbook that outlines the responsibilities and guidelines of a Volunteer. A Volunteer orientation is held each Spring for volunteers returning in the Fall and each Fall, shortly after school begins, to welcome new volunteers and outline volunteer opportunities. For more information please contact the Volunteer Coordinator.

Volunteer Services Agreement
Volunteer Services Agreement Volunteers must complete and submit https://apps.raptortech.com/Apply/Mjg5Njplbi1VUw==. In addition, the volunteer agrees to:

  1. Comply with all Federal, State, Municipal and District laws, rules and regulations, in addition to the Volunteer Code of Conduct, that are now, or may in the future become applicable to volunteer, including compliance with Education Code 35021 - Requirements for Voluntary Service in Schools. 
  2. Provide their name, address, and phone number yearly. 
  3. Have a photo taken for an I.D. Badge. 
  4. Provide proof of negative tuberculosis test prior to service-TB test good for 4 years. 
  5. Names will be submitted to have a Megan’s Law/ Federal/California Law background check prior to their volunteering.  
  6. Either party notifying the other, in writing, at any time, may terminate the agreement. 

The Volunteer Code of Conduct
As a volunteer you are subject to a code of ethics similar to that which binds the professional in the field in which you volunteer. The Volunteer Code of Conduct can be found on the Seaside website.

Volunteers — Ways You Can Help

  1. Provide clerical assistance for teachers, make copies, correct papers, workbooks and assist in classroom.
  2. Library volunteer.
  3. Translate for bilingual children
  4. Serve as a Room Parent
  5. Volunteer to assist PTA programs such as Career Day, Bike Rodeo, Family Picnic, Jog-a-thon, Adventures in Art, Musical Moments, Super Saturday, Multicultural Day, Reflections, Family Fun Night, Carnival, Casino Night, Math Festival, Fundraising, Movie Night, Variety Show, Yearbook, Monster Mash.
  6. Stay informed. Read all materials that come home with your children via teachers and the online Splash.