Volunteer opportunities abound. You may ...

  • be an Art Docent
  • help with art projects
  • be a reading partner
  • assist in a health room
  • be a coach of Math Olympiad, sports, or other teams
  • take volunteer tasks home
  • assist by planning for or being at special events
Please review the Volunteer Handbook and learn about the possibilities and procedures.
 
If you are interested...
  1. Print and complete a Volunteer Application.
  2. Submit a photocopy of your driver's license, stapled to and on top of your Volunteer Application.
  3. Follow these directions if a fingerprint record check is requested.
  4. If you will be driving students as a volunteer, follow these directions to complete the Volunteer Driver Checklist.
  5. For some volunteer opportunities, such as helping to weed school properties, you will need to complete a Hold Harmless Agreement.
Return these to...
BISD Community Relations Office
8489 Madison Avenue NE.
Bainbridge Island, WA. 98110
Questions? Call 206-780-1398
...for processing and to match your interests and skills with the interests and needs of students and teachers.
 
Thousands of volunteer tasks, thousands of volunteer hours - read some Volunteer Program Reports: