Volunteer Information

    We are so glad you want to volunteer!
    There are exciting opportunities each day in Pinellas County Schools for volunteers and community partners to make a difference in the lives of our students.  Please consider becoming involved in one or more of the following ways:
    • Mentor
    • Tutor
    • Classroom/Front Office Assistant
    • Booster
    • Field Trip Chaperone
    • College and Career Center Support 
    • School Advisory Council (SAC) Member
    • PTA/PTSA Member
    • Community or Business Partner
    • Speaker
    • Coach
    • Media Center Support
    • 21st Century After-School Program
    • so much more.....


    Volunteer Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)


     Volunteer Guidelines

    • Prior to volunteering, all volunteers must complete an online registration and be background-approved Level 1.
    • Volunteers are required to present their Driver's License or gov't issued photo ID to be scanned in the front office upon entering campus.
    • All Level 1 volunteers are to be supervised at all times.
    • All Level 2 volunteers are permitted to be unsupervised with students. Level 2 volunteers must wear their Level 2 badges when on the school campus.  See more about Level 2 volunteering below.
    • Volunteers will park in designated areas of the school campus.
    • Volunteers should be consistently logging their volunteer hours in our Volunteer System.  See the section below on steps to access the system and log your hours!


    Level 1 (National Background Screening) Completed at no cost to the volunteer and processed by the District Office of Strategic Partnerships. To initiate a Level 1 screening, please complete the online volunteer application. For questions about your eligibility please see our Volunteer Eligibility Policy. When the Level 1 background check has been approved, you will receive an email with your user ID and password to log your volunteer hours into the volunteer system. If you have questions concerning the status of your level 1 background check, please contact the school's Family and Community Liaison or School Coordinator, College and Career Readiness. Please note that due to the volume of applications, processing times for a level 1 volunteer application to be cleared once submitted is between 10-15 business days. 

    For more information, please see School Board Policy 9180- Volunteers

    New Volunteers

    To become a Pinellas County Schools volunteer, you must first fill out an online volunteer application. 
    New Volunteer Registration 
    PLEASE NOTE:  The PCS Volunteer Application is not applicable for Charter Schools. If you are interested in volunteering at a Charter School, please contact the school directly. Do not complete this Volunteer Application.  Additionally, Pinellas County Public Schools does not allow court-ordered community service hours to be served as volunteer time. Individuals who are required to complete court-ordered community service are directed to contact other non-school agencies.  Thank you. 

    Current or Former Volunteers

    Volunteers are required to reactivate their profiles each school year prior to volunteering.  If you are a current or former volunteer, you do not need to complete another volunteer application. To reactivate your profile for the current school year, please click on the link below to access the volunteer system and answer the 6 screening questions.  Please DO NOT use a mobile device when reactivating.  You may also use the link below to update any of your profile information- email address, phone number, etc.

    Why is it important to log your volunteer hours?

    It's so important for our volunteers to log their hours!  Logging and tracking volunteer hours allows for a truer picture of what district and school programs actually cost.  Business partners and donors want to know the real value of our programs, and underestimating the impact of volunteers undervalues the program.  Thorough volunteer tracking systems also allow us to gain a better understanding of how much volunteers COST and CONTRIBUTE to the organization.  This allows us to define clear current needs and requirements.  Lastly, the community, potential families choosing our schools, and other volunteers take note of the strength of volunteer programs (number of hours) as an indicator of credibility and belief in the school.  Please help us by logging your hours!  Please refer to the Volunteer Quick Guide for instructions.    
    Log Your Volunteer Hours


    Volunteer Login Information

    For questions regarding your Username and Password, volunteer status or entering hours, please contact the Family & Community Liaison/Coordinator at the school where you volunteer.


    Interested in becoming a Level 2 Volunteer?

    Please confirm with the Family & Community Liaison/Coordinator at the school if additional Level 2 screening is a requirement for volunteering. In order to move on with the Level 2 process, the Level 1 background check must have already been completed.  

    View the Level 2 Information


    For all questions regarding volunteering in our schools, please contact the School Family & Community Liaison/Coordinator   


    Pinellas County Schools
    Office of Strategic Partnerships
    301 4th St. SW, Largo, FL 33770