We care for our students safety, and for this reason all volunteers at Redwood Adventist Academy must be fingerprinted, background checked. This gives our parents the peace of mind to know every each child is as safe as possible.
Definition: Volunteers who assist with one-time events, whose only interaction with the students is in the presence of an administrator or teacher.
Requirements: Sign the Guidelines for Volunteers and return it to the school.
Definition: Volunteers who accompany students while on off-site or overnight trips
Requirements: Complete the background check process through Verified Volunteers
Definition: Volunteers who have frequent or prolonged contact with students (e.g. coaches or parents who assist with students on a regular basis), and may not be under the direct supervision of a school administrator or teacher.
Volunteers are an essential element of a successful school; schools cannot buy what volunteers give to a school. Schools are committed at all times to providing a safe environment in which students can grow mentally, spiritually, physically, and emotionally. Volunteers must be encouraged to respect the confidential nature of anything they see or hear. Concerns should be shared only with the classroom teacher or principal at school. As far as volunteers go, what happens in the classroom, stays in the classroom.
The professional staff of the school is responsible for everything that goes on at school including student instruction, safety and discipline. Volunteers work under the direction and guidance of paid staff, supplementing and supporting the program.
Unless acting as an approved volunteer teacher, volunteers should NOT:
Because students are the priority, the right to be a volunteer can be rescinded at any time due to behavior that is in conflict with Guidelines for Volunteers.