Volunteer Information

Doyle Elementary welcomes and encourages involvement from parents, community members, businesses, community organizations, higher education institutions and other family members. In order to provide students with a safe environment all volunteers will be processed annually. To volunteer in a classroom or chaperone a field trip, please return a complete volunteer application along with a negative tuberculosis test.  Please allow up to 48 hours to process your volunteer application.

Volunteers will need to sign-in the front office and take a Volunteer Badge before entering the campus.

Volunteers will need to have documents on file and CLEARED prior to any activity:

  1. An application for this school year. Click HERE for an application, or pick one up in the front office. 
  2. TB proof or a signed/completed TB risk assessment form.
    **The only occasion a volunteer does not need to meet this requirement is if only volunteering for one event and will not be in contact with students.
    • Prior to getting a test, the school nurse can fill out the TB screening form which will determine if you need to get a TB test.  To get a TB screening from the school nurse, just check in with the front office on Mondays or Tuesdays from 1:30p-2:00p. No appointment necessary. 
  3. Clearance on Megan's law database.

All these requirements must be met and cleared before we can allow volunteers to have contact with students.

For more information on volunteering for Doyle Elementary, contact Ashley Morris at [email protected]


Volunteers can:

  • enrich children’s learning experiences
  • increase children’s motivation for learning and self-esteem
  • assist teachers to provide more individual attention for children
  • provide a variety of positive role models for students
  • strengthen school-community relations
  • serve as community ambassadors to advocate for the school
  • provide access to the volunteer’s community/business relationships for needed resources


Volunteers work under the supervision of a school employee. They can:

  • provide one-to-one or small group basic skills assistance to students
  • give aid to students with special needs
  • enrich the curriculum with their special skills and unique experiences
  • prepare materials for use in the school program
  • relieve school personnel of non-teaching duties
  • assist with school/classroom activities


Volunteers will work more consistently and over a longer period of time when they are able to meet some of their own needs through volunteering. Some of the reasons people get involved in school volunteering and stay involved are:

  • the opportunity to be involved with people
  • the opportunity to make a contribution to the community
  • a chance to use personal skills and abilities
  • a chance to develop new skills and abilities
  • need for recognition


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