The new state law also requires volunteers to notify the District within 72 hours if they are arrested or convicted of a Disqualifying Offense. To ensure that all volunteers are aware of this requirement, you will be required to sign and submit a copy of the Acknowledgment of Volunteer Obligations when you submit your clearances at the District offices.
What should I do with the paperwork once it arrives?
Only after you get all three clearances back (or two plus the signed waiver), take the originals to the school building in which you will volunteer during normal office hours along with a signed copy of the Acknowledgement of Volunteer Obligations . The administrative staff will review your clearances and will make a copy to keep in the District files. The originals will be returned to you. Thereafter, your name will be added to a central database of volunteers who have submitted clearances.