Volunteers are an important part of the WE in the District’s goal of WE empower all students to achieve post-high school success. Thank you very much for sharing your valuable time and talents with students and staff!
Thank you very much for your interest in being a volunteer in the Beaverton School District!
With nearly 41,000 students in 53 schools, there are many ways a volunteer can help. Volunteers can help tutor or mentor a student, assist in the library or cafeteria, help with school beautification projects, judge a science fair, help coach a team and much more.
In the District-wide Volunteer Management System (myimpactpage.com), all volunteers need to first complete an application and background check to create a profile in the system. Once a profile is created, volunteers will be able to update personal information, view and sign-up for open volunteer needs, and communicate directly with the school Volunteer Coordinator. Volunteers will be able to use this profile from their first volunteer activity to their last.
When you submit your application, you are also creating an online myimpactpage.com profile.
Note: During Comprehensive Distance Learning, no volunteers will be allowed in schools. However, people can volunteer online in virtual classrooms. Volunteers must be registered in the district volunteer-management system and have passed a background check. Any volunteer asked to facilitate learning in a Zoom breakout room must do so in the presence of a second adult. Contact your teacher to learn about volunteer needs.
Los voluntarios son un elemento importante en NOSOTROS (WE) de la meta del Distrito Escolar donde NOSOTROS preparamos a todos los estudiantes para alcanzar el éxito de post-bachillerato. Les agradecemos por compartir su valioso tiempo y talentos con los estudiantes y el personal.
Myvolunteerpage.com is not linked to student information and will not follow your student to a new school. Please send an email to email@example.com if you would like to add or remove a school location.
For more information, please contact Johanna Shrout at 503-356-4443.