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Why do I have to become a BPS approved volunteer?

To ensure the safety of our students and security of our school campuses, all Brevard Public Schools volunteers are subjected to a criminal background check prior to approval.

How can I find out if my volunteer status is still valid? 

You can check your volunteer status through your schools volunteer coordinator.  Each school has a volunteer coordinator who has the ability to check the District's visitor/volunteer management system and determine if your volunteer status is still valid.  If your volunteer status has expired please visit the District's website for renewal instructions. 

What types of volunteers are there? 

Volunteer – Level A 

Any person who has officially completed the online volunteer application to become a BPS volunteer, successfully completed a Raptor background check, and been approved by District Security to serve as a BPS volunteer. 

Volunteer – Level A PLUS 

Any person who has officially completed the online volunteer application to become a BPS volunteer, been fingerprinted, successfully completed a VECHS Level II background check, and been approved by District Security to serve as a BPS volunteer. 

What is the difference between a Level A and a Level A PLUS Volunteer? 

A Level A volunteer may assist with the supervision of students or a school related activity.

While in contact with students, Level A volunteers must be within line of sight of a District employee.

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