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Volunteer

Volunteer logo: "Leading to Bright Future"
For the safety of our students, Leander Independent School District requires all potential volunteers who plan to work at any campus to receive a background check by the Department of Public Safety (DPS). This check will be completed using the Raptor Volunteer Management System.

How to become an LISD Volunteer:

  1. Complete and submit the *NEW* Raptor Volunteer Application:
    English | Español
  2. The background check should be complete in 2-3 business days.
  3. Once approved, an email will be sent to the volunteer containing their login credentials and account information for their virtual volunteer profile.

What if the volunteer did not ever receive or has misplaced the email containing their password?
Visit www.v-volunteer.com, enter the volunteer’s email address and click “forgot password” to receive new login credentials. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

Volunteer Application Tips, Errors and FAQ’s

LISD’s volunteer program is the envy of other districts across the state. Last year, more than 14,000 LISD volunteers donated countless hours, contributing time and energy and demonstrating the importance of education to a generation of impressionable students.

A volunteer’s tasks are limitless, including such things as tutoring and mentoring students, chaperoning school dances and field trips, serving as room parents, helping with field day and book fairs, serving Thanksgiving lunches, stuffing of weekly take-home folders, helping with class projects, laminating, being a literacy partner and helping in the campus office. The list is endless, and we know that each of our volunteers/mentors contributes to making this a great place to learn.

Each campus’ volunteer coordinator organizes and implements the program on their campus, helping each individual person maximize her or his volunteer time.

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Questions or interested in getting involved? Please contact your campus coordinator or the district volunteer coordinator Shannon Lombardo.

 Additional Resources
*UPDATE to Volunteer Handbook
(9/27/17 on pg. 7-8)

Parent Information and Confidentiality
As an LISD volunteer it is important to ensure that any parent and/or student information (including email addresses) you may be given access to, will be treated respectfully and confidentially. Therefore, please keep in mind that parent’s personal email addresses may only be used to communicate on approved topics such as: notification of classroom events, upcoming school functions, school volunteer opportunities, etc. Volunteers should not send unauthorized or non-school related emails to parents’ personal email addresses. This includes emails of a personal nature, emails that advertise or market non-school related items or activities, and emails discussing confidential information about another student, parent, or staff member. 

Please note that LISD must comply with privacy laws by ensuring that all staff members and volunteers who have access to confidential information ONLY use that information as authorized. Unauthorized use of confidential information, including parents’ personal email addresses, can result in removal from the volunteer program.