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Volunteer Information

Thank you for your decision to become a volunteer in the Lammersville Unified School District. Below are the steps to take to complete this process.

STEP 1: You may download a volunteer application from website or pick up your volunteer form from school site office.
STEP 2: Return the completed form to your student’s school office, along with proof of a negative TB test.
• TB test within 60 days, per Ed Code 49406.
• OR you may submit TB Risk Assessment Questionnaire (You can obtain this from your physician).
  •  TB Risk Assessment Forms can be submitted only if you are a current volunteer that submitted proof of NEGATIVE TB Skin Test and/or Blood Test done in the past 4 years.  The California Department of Public Health requires a TB Risk Assessment must be conducted face to face by a Licensed Medial Professional i.e.; MD, PA, or NP.  Please refer to the California Department of Public Health's FAQ portion for further questions.  In addition, in order for LUSD to properly validate the TB Risk Assessment Form submitted to us, it must be signed by the Licensed Medical Professional and stamped by the clinic or hospital organization in which they are employed.​
STEP 3: Human Resources will contact you to arrange a time to come in and have your driver’s license scanned into the system.
• If you are a Type B you will need to be fingerprinted and HR will provide you with the paperwork to be fingerprinted at the most convenient live scan facility. There is a fee associated with this.

STEP 4: You will be notified via email by Human Resources when you volunteer application has been approved. School sites will also be notified as well. 

New Sign In Process for Volunteers and Visitors:
Lammersville Unified School District implemented a new volunteer/visitor management system, Raptor, as of January 22, 2018. Raptor is a volunteer/visitor management system that enhances school security by reading a visitor's drivers’ license (or other approved state issued ID) and comparing it to information in a sex offender database. If a match is found school administration will be alerted.

Raptor helps our schools track visitors and keep unwanted visitors out. By proactively alerting personnel to certain potential threats, Raptor allows school administrators and law enforcement personnel to take appropriate steps to keep the students, employees, and visitors safe. For verified visitors, the system prints badges that include the visitor’s name, photo, date, and destination. Badges enable personnel within the building to quickly determine if visitors are in areas where they should or should not be.

The scanner is able to scan all state licenses, state identification cards, concealed handgun licenses, consular ID cards, green cards, active military cards, and passport cards (not the full passport). It does not officially scan other countries’ IDs. Visitors without a government issued ID can be verified and allowed entry to campuses by providing their last name, first name, and date of birth through the main office. We request that all visitors and volunteers bring in a form of identification each time you check-in to campus.

Raptor is only scanning the visitor’s name, date of birth, and photo for comparison with a national database of registered sex offenders and any confidential alerts at the school. Additional visitor data will not be gathered and no data will be shared with any outside company or organization.

By employing the Raptor volunteer/visitor management system, it is our goal to increase the safety of our schools and provide an enhanced customer service experience that increases accuracy and is user friendly. Should you have questions regarding the new system, please contact your school administration or Human Resources.

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