Do you have a superpower you'd like to share with our Design39Campus community? Volunteering is a great place to start! Whether it's once a year, or on a regular basis, everything helps. To get connected with volunteering opportunities, click on the link below. We can't wait to see you on campus!
Our Volunteers in Action!
Become a Volunteer:
There are 2 Levels of Volunteers:
LEVEL I: Serve under the supervision of LEDs (Learning Experience Designers), assisting in the classroom, with students, or a place where the teacher is supervising. Please click on the links below to access forms, and bring completed forms and valid ID to Mary Heald in the Welcome Center. If you have already been cleared as a Level I Volunteer at another Poway school, email Mary Heald, firstname.lastname@example.org to see if we have your current Level I information. If we do, you'll just need to complete the Volunteer Site Transfer Form below.
- Megan's Law Form
- TB Test
- Volunteer Code of Conduct Form
- Volunteer Site Transfer Form (only if transferring from another site)
LEVEL II: Level II clearance allows volunteers to work with students out of sight of an LED. If you have a superpower, and an LED would like you to share it with students at D39C without direct LED supervision, you'll need Level II clearance. Level II clearance is also required for coaches of programs like Science Olympiad and Math Olympiad. You must have completed Level I clearance on file, including a valid TB clearance, before you can be considered for Level II. Please contact Mary Heald, in the Welcome Center, for further information.
Governor Brown recently signed legislation, Assembly Bill (AB) 1667, affecting how school districts facilitate Tuberculosis (TB) testing. Effective January 1, 2015, school districts have been directed to replace universal TB testing (traditional ‘stick’ method) with a risk assessment questionnaire. The following protocol for TB Clearance will now be used:
- Initial TB risk assessment questionnaire completed along with a PUSD Resource Nurse.
- If no risk factors identified, the employee or volunteer is given a Clearance Certificate.
- If risk factors are identified, the Resource Nurse will administer and read the TB skin test.
- If skin test is negative, Resource Nurse will sign the Clearance Certificate.
- If skin test is positive, the individual will be directed to see their physician for TB clearance. This new procedure is based on an assessment of risk strategy.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Volunteering at Design39Campus is a great way to share your superpowers and help kids in your community. Hours can count towards community service requirements. If you are interested in volunteering and need help connecting with an LED, please email principal Joe Erpelding at email@example.com with your superpower and availability and place "DNHS Volunteer" in the subject. We look forward to working with you!
High School Students interested in becoming a paid High School BRIDGE/ESS Aide can email Donnie Kirchmeier, D39C BRIDGE Supervisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.