Do you like to make friends?  How about help other people, even if it is for 15 minutes?  Are you interested in engaging with your child and their fellow schoolmates more?  We hope so!  By getting involved with PTA and volunteering you become a solution for the school!  

Without parent volunteers, programs and events could be cancelled.  Please fill out the form below to get notified of volunteer opportunities or to tell us how / where you would like to help. We're flexible - help in any capacity that suits your schedule is welcome.  You can do it from home at your leisure or visit during school hours, volunteering is flexible and rewarding! 

Be a positive role model to the students!   

Check out the various roles that the PTA does have and let us know if any of them interest you.  

Find out more about volunteer requirements from the district here.  Some volunteer opportunities do not have those requirements so if you are interested in helping in any capacity, please complete the form below.

Volunteering at Collins (and for Class Field Trips)

Live Scan FAQs

Live  Scan Fingerprinting

Who: To all Volunteers (on-campus or field trips)

When: Tuesday, September 5, 2023, 1:30pm-3:30pm

Where: Collins school - GLC alcove

   Enter through the GLC/library door facing the school parking lot

Cost:  $32 credit card or Apple pay (cash and check not accepted)

What to bring: Government-issued identification document such as:

You may fill out the Request for Live Scan Service form in advance.  This form has pre-printed CUSD information and can be found HERE.  

In addition to a fingerprint clearance, a TB clearance is also required.  The TB Risk Assessment form can be found on the same CUSD volunteer webpage.

To volunteer or work in CUSD as a non-CUSD employee, you must:

Note: If you have been fingerprinted by or for CUSD in the past, please notify Principal Johnson.  You will not need to be fingerprinted again.  However, TB clearance may still be required - each volunteer needs to have a risk assessment every four (4) years to determine whether a TB test is required.