Forest Hills School District volunteers provide meaningful support that helps make an array of learning opportunities available to students. Parents, community members, alumni and others are able to engage and empower students directly through their talents, time and abilities.
Schools regularly accept volunteer assistance for student and school programs and events such as carnivals, reading buddies, staff appreciation days, theater and band performances, 5K runs, After-Prom and homecoming. Individuals who are interested in volunteering should contact the main office or the PTA/PTO of the school where they wish to volunteer.
The procedures and guidelines for visitors and volunteers at Forest Hills School District can be found below.
If you have volunteered in the past, please contact your school building to confirm your status and check whether your documentation is up to date. Remember, background checks are good for up to five years.
VOLUNTEER / CHAPERONE / COACH (BACKGROUND CHECKS REQUIRED):
Volunteer/Chaperone (Online Process via Raptor System)
Any adult who will interact with any students other than their own child while assisting with school activities or working independently in a Forest Hills School District building. Example: room helper, reading to classes, making copies for teachers, organizing activities, assisting with productions, etc.
Any adult who will escort students on day field trips within or out of the Forest Hills School District.
Volunteers and Chaperones must complete their background check using the Raptor System.
- Attention: If you have been fingerprinted by the Forest Hills School District in the past five (5) years, you do not need to complete a Raptor Background Check. If you are unsure when you completed your last background check, please contact the school in which you wish to volunteer.
Overnight Field Trips (Fingerprinting)
Any adult who will escort students on overnight field trips.
Adults who wish to be a volunteer chaperone for an overnight field trip should schedule an appointment with Debbie Conover by calling (513) 231-3600 ext. 2960 or by email at email@example.com.
Coach (Fingerprinting - School Sponsored)
Any adult who will be volunteering their time working with a program that involves physical activity and requires a pupil activity permit must make an appointment with Patty Dold by phone at (513) 231-3600 ext. 2951 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you need a background check for employment, please review the Human Resources Department page of our website.
VISITOR (DRIVERS LICENSE REQUIRED UPON ENTERING THE BUILDING)
A person entering the building who will leave the office area to meet with a school official or attend an activity. This person will not work in a supervisory or instructional manner with students.
All visitors are reminded that upon entering a district building, they will be asked to present a government-issued ID such as a Driver’s License, which will be scanned into the system to produce your visitor badge.
More information is also available in the Board of Education volunteer policy
Schools and Direct Support Organizations
Anderson High School
Turpin High School
Nagel Middle School
Forest Hills Foundation for Education