All parents who serve as volunteers with access to students are required to comply with the following Diocesan Requirements. Please drop off all materials to the Main Office, email them to Renee Gistand firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them with Attn: Renee Gistand.
While you are volunteering at Carondelet, you are responsible for your own safety. Workers compensation benefits are not provided to volunteers.
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All parents who serve as volunteers with access to students are required to comply with the following Diocesan Requirements. Please drop off all materials to the Main Office, email them to Renee Gistand email@example.com or put them in the mail attn: Renee Gistand.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Carondelet High School. We appreciate your assistance and hope you will find your role satisfying. The following items are required in order to volunteer:
1. The Safe Environment Program requires that any volunteer having contact with CHS students get a fingerprint clearance – this serves as a protection for both you and the students. Fill out the LiveScan form (found here) and take it to a nearby location listed here for clearance. You will be responsible for the cost of the fingerprinting. Clearance will be submitted electronically to Carondelet.
NOTE: If you have done fingerprinting through the Oakland Diocese, you still have to complete this for Carondelet.
|2. The California Health and Safety Code (§121545) requires all school district volunteers to be examined and found free of communicable tuberculosis once every 4 years. Carondelet is required to keep an up-to-date certificate on file for each volunteer. Please have the Adult Tuberculosis (TB) Risk Assessment Questionnaire (found here) certified by your health care provider or provide us with a copy of a current negative TB test. TB test results are good for four years from the test date.
Note: If your risk factors change after the initial TB Risk Assessment Questionnaire was submitted, please have your health care provider complete another TB Risk Assessment Questionnaire and provide an updated copy to Renee Gistand: firstname.lastname@example.org.
| 3. Volunteers are required to take a child abuse awareness training course in compliance with the Safe Environment Program at the Diocese of Oakland. If you have taken this training within the last three years, you can use that certificate for volunteering at Carondelet. If not, you can access the online training by going to https://www.virtusonline.org then click “First-Time Registrant” then “Begin the registration process,” and select “Oakland Diocese.” Once you have created a user ID you will be asked to select a school or parish. Please select “Carondelet High School” from the dropdown menu. When asked to the session you wish to attend, scroll down and select “Protecting God’s Children for Adults online training session.”You can self-register; take the training, which takes about 90 minutes. Remember to print the certificate at the end of the training. You can scan and send it to email@example.com.
| 4. If you are driving students on behalf of Carondelet, please make sure to attach a copy of your valid Driver’s License and a copy of your Automobile Insurance Declaration page showing you have a
minimum of $100,000/$300,000 liability coverage. These copies will need to be resubmitted upon expiration.
Parent Involvement Hours (PIP)
Although we ask each family to contribute at least 20 hours of service, we hope you will consider this a minimum commitment and not a target. We have several exciting volunteer opportunities for you so that you can be involved in your daughter's education here at Carondelet - just don't forget to sign up early when the opportunities become available! All PIP hours must be completed by April 30. The PIP year runs from May 1 - April 30 for each year.
Submit Paperwork to
1133 Winton Drive
Concord, CA 94518