Volunteer with Madison School District
Important Information Regarding Volunteers for 2021-2022
The District continues to value our volunteers and appreciate their time and energy to assist in the classroom and at school. Beginning January 3, 2022, volunteers will be permitted on Madison campuses with approval from the Site Administration. Volunteers are required to complete the volunteer process by visiting the Madison Website and filing out the volunteer application, linked below. Visitors will continue to be limited during the school day. The Madison Traditional Academy volunteer policy will be modified as needed, depending on local transmission rates. Those who are contracted to assist with the operation and supervision during the school day, (i.e., those contracted to supervise during recess), including volunteers, must follow all protocols, verifying that they have not been exposed to COVID-19, attest to not having any of the defined symptoms, and sign a waiver form approved by the Governing Board on September 22, 2020. Any essential volunteer or visitor who refuses to sign the waiver will not be permitted on campus.
April 25, 2022
As part of Madison’s safety and security initiatives, we are implementing a new visitor management system.
Visitors will need to complete a registration process one time at a Madison school.
Visitors will be encouraged to provide a valid government photo ID at every visit as it allows visitors to check in instantly. Other forms of identification will be accepted but will take a longer time to process.
Madison will begin using the new visitor management system starting Monday, May 2. From May 2 until the end of the 21-22 school year, the District will continue its current visitor check-in practices, while piloting the new system. During this time, visitors will be encouraged to use the new system, but not required. However, if visitors register with the new system this school year, they will be able to check in quickly next school year. The system will be mandatory for all visitors beginning August 9, 2022.
Thank you for your patience during this transition.
At Madison, we understand how important it is to provide meaningful opportunities for parent and community involvement. Volunteering at your child’s school, whether in the classroom or on a field trip, is a great way to stay connected to your child’s education. Madison also has opportunities for members of our community to get involved with their local schools as well.
A complete list of available volunteer opportunities for each school is available in the volunteer application.
Parent/Guardian Classroom Volunteers
Parent/guardian volunteers are required to complete a volunteer application. The volunteer application can be completed online here.
Non-Parents/Guardians and Overnight Volunteers
Non-parents and non-guardians will be required to obtain background and fingerprint clearance to volunteer. Anyone volunteering on an overnight field trip will also be required to obtain background and fingerprint clearance. Madison will cover all associated costs. To set up an appointment to be fingerprinted please contact Cotton Fabiano at 602-664-7921.
Non-parent/guardian and overnight volunteers will also need to complete the volunteer application. The volunteer application can be completed online here.
Safety of our students, staff, and volunteers is a matter we take seriously and we appreciate your cooperation as we ensure we are employing best practices for student safety at the Madison School District.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Literacy Tutoring Program / OASIS
The OASIS tutoring program is seeking community members who are interested in sharing the love of reading with a student once a week for an hour in the skills of reading and writing. The program serves Madison’s elementary children, targeting those who need help in literacy. If you are interested in joining this rewarding tutoring program, please contact Kim Gullo at Madison Camelview (602) 664-7285. Volunteer or Mentor at a Madison school. Contact any of our schools for more information.
There are a number of opportunities for families to be involved in their child’s educational experience and school community:
- Attend school sponsored family nights (such as Math Night, etc.)
- Join the school’s parent teacher organization (PTO)
- Attend PTO sponsored events
- Participate in the school’s Site-Based Committee
- Register to volunteer at your child’s school site
For more information about opportunities to get involved with your child’s school, please visit the “Get Involved” page for the school site or contact your child’s school.