Parent/Caretaker and Community Involvement
Want to be involved in your student's education and our community? Browse the opportunities and organizations below to see how you can get involved this school year.
Our schools enjoy strong home/school partnerships that enhance our students' educational journeys. Parents, caretakers, and community members willing to volunteer at our schools are needed at every grade level.
How to Become a Volunteer
If you would like to become a volunteer on a regular basis, contact your school site's main office. You will be required to do the following:
- Complete parent volunteer training.
- Submit proof of a clear TB test within 4 years, completed by a physician.
- Complete online pesticide training and bring a copy of your certificate of completion to the front office.
All parents, volunteers, and visitors are required to check in with the front office staff and receive a badge through the Raptor System. A valid government-issued ID is needed for clearance in the system. Once cleared, a sticker ID badge will be issued and is required to be worn visibly at all times. Please check out with the front office and return the sticker ID. Identification will be saved in the system for future visits.
Due to safety rules, children are not permitted to come with you during the time you are volunteering. Thank you for understanding and arranging for childcare. All regular volunteers must follow the Wiseburn Unified School District guidelines.
WEF and the PTA/PTSA organizations in Wiseburn collaborate closely with the district to provide a well-rounded, high-quality education for all students. WEF focuses on supporting educators and programs for all students districtwide, and the PTA/PTSA pays for material resources and specialized projects at each school site.
Both organizations have our unique specialties and welcome involvement from our community. Together, we all invest in the future of our children and community!
Wiseburn Unified School District is proud of our strong parent-teacher association (PTA) at each of our TK-5 campuses, and our parent-teacher-student association at our middle school.
The PTA/PTSA serves as a collaborative body that brings together parents, teachers, and administrators to enhance the educational experience of students. The PTA at each school site organizes various events throughout the year, such as fundraisers, book fairs, and family fun nights. These events not only serve as a means to raise funds for the schools but also foster a sense of community among the families and staff. To learn more, contact your school site.
Wiseburn Education Foundation (WEF) is a community-based, volunteer organization focused on raising funds to support critical arts education, teacher grants, healthy lifestyles, and STEM education in Wiseburn.
WEF is an all-volunteer organization devoted to enhancing the educational experience in our top-ranked schools, and they depend on our highly-engaged community to bring their ambitious vision to life. To learn more about working with WEF or volunteering at their events, visit their website.