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Volunteer

Volunteer checks in on computer

Thank you very much for your interest in being a volunteer in the Beaverton School District!

With nearly 41,000 students in 53 schools, there are many ways a volunteer can help. Volunteers can help tutor or mentor a student, assist in the library or cafeteria, help with school beautification projects, judge a science fair, help coach a team and much more.

In the District-wide Volunteer Management System (myimpactpage.com), all volunteers need to first complete an application and background check to create a profile in the system. Once a profile is created, volunteers will be able to update personal information, view and sign-up for open volunteer needs, and communicate directly with the school Volunteer Coordinator.  Volunteers will be able to use this profile from their first volunteer activity to their last.

When you submit your application, you are also creating an online myimpactpage.com profile.

Volunteer and Background Check Application

To apply, please follow these steps:

  1. You will create a unique username and password as part of the application process.  Please write down and retain your username and password for entry into the site.
  2. Please fill in all flagged (required) fields
  3. Click the "Submit Application" button - You'll know your application was successfully submitted if you are taken to confirmation screen, if you remain on the same page, you have missed a required field. On the application page, click on the information icon for more information or specific questions
  4. You will receive an approval and "next steps" email from the Beaverton School District. Once you receive that confirmation email, please visit myimpactpage.com to sign-up for volunteer opportunities. Each time a volunteer volunteers at a school they must sign in AND out through the volunteer computer in the school's front office. 

Volunteer Updates

Create an Online Volunteer Profile

By completing either the Parent/Guardian or Community Volunteer application, you will create a profile that will help you update and manage your volunteer activities and information. You will be able to use this profile from your first volunteer activity through your last!

All volunteers, including new and returning, will need to complete a profile to volunteer with the Beaverton School District.

  1. Select an Application. Please click on the link for the appropriate application. Either the Parent/Guardian or Community Volunteer application. Select "I am new to myvolunteerpage.com."

  2. User Name and Password. This section will include the Background Check and information about your interests as a volunteer. You will be asked to read and agree to follow District Confidentiality and Volunteer Guidelines.

  3. Create Your Profile. This section will include the Background Check and information about your interests as a volunteer. Please click on the "i" in the circle for more information on specific questions or required agreements.
  4. Activation Pending Background Check. As soon as your Background Check is complete, your profile will be activated!
  5. Sign Up. You can click into any activity or field that is underlined for more details or description. Activities will be different for each school you have selected. After signing up for an activity,  you may need to log back into your profile to see if you have been assigned and to confirm your availability.
  6. Editing Your Profile. After you've completed your profile, you can add schools, sign up for activities, make edits to your profile information, track volunteer time, see updated information from your selected schools, etc.

If you forget your username or password, click on the link "Forgot my password" on the login screen.

  • If you have forgotten your password, you can enter your username and click on "reset password" button to have that emailed to you.
  • If you have forgotten your username, you can enter the address associated with your profile and click on the "send username" button to have that emailed to you.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  1. Why does the Beaverton School District require a Volunteer and Background Check Application to volunteer?  We believe the safety of our students is of the utmost importance. Our parents and community expect us to ensure anyone who comes in contact with their children is appropriate.
  2. Why is the District using a system wide Volunteer and Background Check Management System? A comprehensive Volunteer and Background Check Management System will create a streamlined common application, integrated Background Checks with subsequent checks every two years, and more flexible coordination of volunteers at multiple locations. The District is using Better Impact and the volunteer access portal is myvolunteerpage.com.
  3. What if I have already completed a Background Check somewhere else? You must still complete a Beaverton School District Background Check.
  4. How will Background Checks be run? The information needed to conduct the Background Check is part of the common application. By submitting the application, you are authorizing the District to conduct the Background Check.
  5. What if I decline to give the information needed for the Background Check? We require Background Checks for volunteers. If you choose to not complete this section of the application, your volunteer request with BSD will be denied.
  6. What should I do if my name changes? Please email johanna_shrout@beaverton.k12.or.us to request a Background Check under your new name. Approval process must be completed with your new name before volunteering.
  7. Will I be notified when my application and Background Check are cleared? Yes, you will receive an email when your application is received and another when your profile has been activated. Your profile on myvolunteerpage.com will be active as soon as you receive a Welcome email from the school(s) Volunteer Coordinator. After that, you will be able to view and sign up for open volunteer opportunities.
  8. When will I need to resubmit the Background Check? As part of the application process you will be asked to authorize the District to conduct a criminal history Background Check every two years during your birthday month. Authorization for subsequent checks can be revoked.
  9. What happens if I do not give permission for subsequent Background Checks? If permission is not given, your profile will be archived two years after the initial Background Check. If authorization for a subsequent check is given at a later date, the profile can be reactivated.
  10. What happens if I am NOT approved to volunteer in the Beaverton School District? A letter will be sent to the address that you provided. Your name will not appear on any Better Impact page and you will not be allowed to volunteer for the BSD.
  11. What happens if I disagree or believe a mistake has been made by the Beaverton School District? You will be asked to bring a confidential criminal background check from the Oregon State Police, at your own expense, to the Beaverton School District’s Public Safety Office. The information will be reviewed by the Public Safety Office for accuracy. The Beaverton School District is responsible for the safety and security of all its students and staff and therefore reserves the right of final decision.
  12. Can I be denied volunteer status even if I have not been convicted of a crime listed on the District website? Yes. BSD reserves the right to exclude any volunteer that it determines would be a potential disturbance to the educational process. Volunteer status can be denied and revoked at anytime by the Beaverton School District.
  13. With a common application how will I sign-­‐up for the volunteer positions I am interested in? Through myvolunteerpage.com you will be able to see all open needs at the school(s) you have selected.  From this page, you will be able to sign-­‐up and communicate directly with the school Volunteer Coordinator.
  14. How do I create a profile on myvolunteerpage.com? A profile will automatically be created for you after you clear the Background Check. You will be able to use this profile from your first volunteer activity through your last.
  15. How can I change my volunteer locations? Please send an email to update_volunteer_locations@beaverton.k12.or.us to add or remove a school location. If you are no longer volunteering with the District, please send an email notification to this address to archive your profile.
  16. Who may I contact if I have any questions about the Background Check Process? You may contact the Public Safety Office at 503.3564444.
  17. Who may I contact if I have any questions about the volunteer application process? You may either email Volunteer Services at johanna_shrout@beaverton.k12.or.us or call 503-­‐356-­‐4443.

Updated: 8/17/16

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  1. ¿Por qué esta el distrito cambiando a un Sistema de Administración de Voluntarios? Un sistema amplio de administración de voluntarios (VMS) creará una aplicación simplificada, verificaciones de antecedentes criminales integrado con una renovación bianual, y una coordinación más flexible de los voluntarios en varios lugares. El Distrito esta usando el programa de Better Impact y myvolunteerpage.com, que se introducirá gradualmente en el transcurso del año escolar 2015-­‐2016.
  2. Yo ya llene la verificación de antecedentes criminales y actualmente soy voluntario. ¿Tendré que llenar otra solicitud? Si. Todos los voluntarios incluyendo los nuevos y los que estan de regreso, tendrán que llenar otra solicitud para crear un perfil en myvolunteerpage.com.
  3. Usando una solicitud común ¿Cómo me registro para ser voluntario en una escuela que me interesa? A través de myvolunteerpage.com usted podrá ver donde se necesitan voluntarios en las escuelas que ha seleccionado. En esa página, usted podrá registrarse y comunicarse directamente con el coordinador de voluntarios de la escuela.
  4. ¿Cómo puedo crear mi perfil en myvolunteerpage.com? Se creará un perfil automáticamente después de que sea aprobada su verificación de antecedentes criminales. Usted podrá utilizar este perfil, desde su primera actividad como voluntario hasta la última.
  5. ¿Cómo se lleva a cabo la verificación de antecedentes criminales? La información necesaria para llevar a cabo la verificación de antecedentes es parte de la aplicación común. Al enviar la solicitud, usted autoriza al distrito para llevar a cabo la verificación de antecedentes.
  6. ¿Qué sucede si me niego a dar la información necesaria para la verificación de antecedentes criminales? El Distrito Escolar de Beaverton requiere que los voluntarios realicen una verificación de antecedentes criminales. Si usted decide no llenar esta parte de la solicitud, se negará su solicitud para ser voluntario en el BSD.
  7. ¿Me notificarán cuando sea aprobada mi verificación de antecedentes criminales? Si, recibirá un correo electrónico cuando sea aprobada su solicitud y otro cuando activemos su perfil.
  8. ¿Cómo puedo cambiar los lugares para ser voluntario o actualizar mi información personal? Usted podrá actualizar toda su información personal (por ejemplo, domicilio, dirección de correo electrónico) y los lugares para ser voluntario en myvolunteerpage.com.
  9. ¿Cuándo necesito completar la verificación de antecedentes criminales? Se le pedirá que autorice al distrito para que lleve a cabo una verificación de antecedentes criminales cada dos años durante el mes que cumpleaños. La autorización para verificación posterior se puede revocar.
  10. ¿Qué sucede si no vuelvo a autorizar la verificación de antecedentes criminales? Dos años después de su verificación de antecedentes inicial, se guardará su perfil en el mes que cumpleaños y no se le permitirá ser voluntario. Si autoriza una verificación de antecedentes posterior después de este tiempo, el perfil se puede reactivar.
  11. ¿Con quien me puedo poner en contacto si tengo preguntas? Puede enviarle un correo electrónico a la coordinadora de servicios de voluntariado a johanna_shrout@beaverton.k12.or.us o llame al 503.356.4443.

Updated: 11/10/15

Convictions Rendering Ineligibility

Subject individuals who have been convicted of any of the crimes listed in ORS 342.143, (listed below under crimes relating to question 1), or the substantial equivalent of any of those crimes if the conviction occurred in another jurisdiction or in Oregon under a different statutory name or number, shall be refused continued employment or have employment terminated upon notification from the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

CRIMES RELATING TO QUESTION 1

OREGON LAWS

163.095 Aggravated Murder
163.115 Murder
163.185 Assault 1 in the First Degree
163.235 Kidnapping in the First Degree
163.355 Rape in the Third Degree
163.365 Rape in the Second Degree
163.375 Rape in the First Degree
163.385 Sodomy in the Third Degree
163.395 Sodomy in the Second Degree
163.405 Sodomy in the First Degree
163.408 Unlawful Sex Penetration in the Second Degree
163.411 Unlawful Sex Penetration in the First Degree
163.415 Sexual Abuse in the Third Degree
163.425 Sexual Abuse in the Second Degree
163.427 Sexual Abuse in the First Degree
163.432 Online Sexual Corruption of a Child in the Second Degree
163.433 Online Sexual Corruption of a Child in the First Degree
163.435 Contributing to the Sexual Delinquency of a Minor
163.445 Sexual Misconduct
163.465 Public Indecency
163.515 Bigamy
163.525 Incest
163.547 Child Neglect in the First Degree
163.575 Endangering the Welfare of a Minor
163.670 Using Child in Display of Sexually Explicit Conduct
163.675 Sale of Exhibition of Visual Reproduction of Sexual Conduct by Child
163.680 Paying for Viewing Sexual Conduct Involving a Child
163.684 Encouraging Child Sex Abuse in the First Degree
163.686 Encouraging Child Sex Abuse in the Second Degree
163.687 Encouraging Child Sex Abuse in the Third Degree
163.688 Possession of Materials Depicting Sexually Explicit Conduct of a Child in the First Degree
163.689 Possession of Materials Depicting Sexually Explicit Conduct of a Child in the Second Degree
164.325 Arson in the First Degree
164.415 Robbery in the First Degree
166.005 Treason
166.087 Abuse of Corpse in the First Degree
167.007 Prostitution
167.008 Patronizing a Prostitute
167.012 Promoting Prostitution
167.017 Compelling Prostitution
167.057 Luring a Minor 
167.062 Sadomasochistic Abuse or Sexual Conduct in Live Show
167.075 Exhibiting an Obscene Performance to a Minor
167.080 Displaying Obscene Materials to Minors
167.090 Publicly Displaying Nudity or Sex for Advertising Purposes
475.808 Unlawful manufacture of hydrocodone within 1,000 feet of school
475.810 Unlawful delivery of hydrocodone
475.812 Unlawful delivery of hydrocodone within 1,000 feet of school
475.818 Unlawful manufacture of methadone within 1,000 feet of school
475.820 Unlawful delivery of methadone
475.822 Unlawful delivery of methadone within 1,000 feet of school
475.828 Unlawful manufacture of oxycodone within 1,000 feet of school
475.830 Unlawful delivery of oxycodone
475.832 Unlawful delivery of oxycodone within 1,000 feet of school
475.848 Unlawful Manufacture of Heroin within 1,000 Feet of School
475.852 Unlawful Delivery of Heroin within 1,000 Feet of School
475.868 Unlawful Manufacture of 3, 4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine within 1,000 Feet of School
475.872 Unlawful Delivery of 3, 4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine within 1,000 Feet of School
475.878 Unlawful Manufacture of Cocaine within 1,000 Feet of School
475.880 Unlawful Delivery of Cocaine
475.882 Unlawful Delivery of Cocaine within 1,000 Feet of School
475.888 Unlawful Manufacture of Methamphetamine within 1,000 Feet of School
475.890 Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine
475.892 Unlawful Delivery of Methamphetamine within 1,000 Feet of School
475.904 Unlawful Manufacture or Delivery of Controlled Substance within 1,000 Feet of School
475.906 Penalties for Distribution to Minors
161.405 Attempt to Commit Any of the Above-Listed Crimes

Myvolunteerpage.com is not linked to student information and will not follow your student to a new school. Please send an email to update_volunteer_locations@beaverton.k12.or.us if you would like to add or remove a school location.

For more information, please contact Johanna Shrout at 503-356-4443.