We Love Our Volunteers!
This is the first step towards making a positive and significant impact on students through the excellent education programs offered in Pinellas County Schools. Volunteers provide opportunities to enhance the educational experience for students, while supporting teachers and staff. They also help build a strong foundation for students as they choose a career path and/or post-secondary education.
Through your support we can help students get excited about school and the future, while having a positive attitude that will help throughout life. By modeling the kind of expectations students need to succeed, you help them become productive citizens of the community. We urge you to become an advocate and share your positive volunteer experience with others, encouraging them to get involved! There has never been a more exciting time to be part of the education experience at Perkins Elementary School.
We look forward to you joining us!
Perkins Elementary and the Pinellas County School Board welcomes and encourages visits to school by parents, other adult residents of the community, interested educators, and representatives of the news media. But in order for the educational program to continue undisturbed when visitors are present and to prevent the intrusion of disruptive persons into the schools, it is necessary to institute procedures regarding visitors.
All visitors must sign in at the main administration building of the school and present a photo I.D. before being granted access. Each time you visit our campus, you will be asked to present a photo ID to be scanned into our Badge Pass system. Badge Pass is a system that has been implemented by Pinellas County Schools to ensure the safety of our students and staff.
Please be sure to read and understand Pinellas County School Board Level II Policy as it pertains to Volunteers on our campus.Level II Procedures: Pinellas County Schools Fingerprinting / Background Screening: 1/26/2015
Pinellas County School Volunteers
Level II Fingerprint Procedures. New volunteers download the volunteer registration form, must be signed and completed front and back. Attach a copy of a government issued photo ID. Bring the form to the school you’re volunteering at.
Returning volunteers must reactivate their volunteer status in Focus prior to the Level II screening https://portal.pcsb.org/focus/
Using the v.account and password to reactivate
Prior to obtaining a Level II background check, volunteers must be registered, background checked approved to volunteer according to Pinellas County School Guidelines. Pinellas County Schools’ background check process will take approximately10 days. If you have any questions regarding the level II screening procedure for volunteers please contact the Volunteer Coordinator Michelle Roberge at 727-588-5050 or email at email@example.com.
EZ Fingerprints system is the service provider. Walk-in No appointment needed. Fee is $45.00
a. Go to the EZ Fingerprints website to set an appointment for your fingerprints. http://www.ezfingerprints.com, walk-ins are welcome if an appointment cannot be made on-line.
b. EZ Fingerprints office location 1715 East Bay Dr., Suite B., Largo 727-479-0805
2. School On-Site Session – Fee is $45.00. A minimum of 10 volunteers needed for Level II screening must be signed up prior to scheduling a school site fingerprint session.
The UPS Store
13799 Park Blvd., Seminole, FL 33776 - PH 727-512-4477
M-F 9am - 6:30pm - Sat 10am - 1pm
$45 - Debit/Credit, Money Order, or cash (exact change please) Volunteers must call the number above to schedule an appointment.
2520 N. McMullen Booth Rd. Ste. B., Clearwater, FL 33761-4181 - Tel: 727-400-6801
Please contact the Family & Community Liaison at the school for your Level 2 status. Please see the Family & Community Liaison at the school for the Level 2 photo ID authorization form.
If you currently have a Level II clearance please provide a copy of the Level II badge/card or VECHS/FDLE /FBI paperwork to:
The Office of Strategic Partnerships, 301 Fourth Street, Largo, FL 33770
Attn: Michelle Roberge, District Volunteer Coordinator 727-588-5050