BES Online Volunteer Orientation Step 1 of 10 - Personal Information 10% Welcome to the BES online orientation. Please complete all of the personal information, review the orientation content, and take the short quiz to complete the orientation. Personal InformationFull Name (as it appears on license or state issued ID)* First Last Please enter your full name as shown on your driver's license or official identification card and as it would be shown on your emergency card.Nickname or Name You Use if Different from LicenseChild's Last Name (only if different than your own)Address* Street Address Address Line 2 City AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingArmed Forces AmericasArmed Forces EuropeArmed Forces Pacific State ZIP Code Email* Phone* Volunteer Code of Ethics As a volunteer, I am a member of an educational team. As a volunteer member of that team: I understand that all information concerning children, teachers and the school is confidential and should remain in the school setting; I shall maintain the dignity necessary to gain the respect of pupils and set a good example at all times; I will show high regard for each child by being courteous, impartial and fair; I will respect those with whom I work; I will not impose my own religious or political views upon students; I understand that I will work under the supervision of one or more staff members./ BES Organization Info Position Representative Principal John Noon Assistant Principal Thomas Cordts School Counselor/Volunteer Liaison Kim Baicar Parent Volunteer Coordinator Susan Schofield Reading Teachers Alisa BoobergKelly Kiriakidis Secretarial Staff Tammy SanfordCheryl MessineseSue Leatherwood BES School Policies Emergency Drills/Procedures During the course of the school year, you may be volunteering during an emergency drill or actual emergency. For either event, please report to a staff member for directions. In the event of an emergency, we may ask for your assistance. DO NOT LEAVE WITHOUT CHECKING IN WITH A STAFF MEMBER even if it just a drill. You are logged into the school system and Staff/Emergency Personal will be looking for you in the building, if you do not check out. Restrooms Please use designated adult restrooms in the building. One is located near the Media Center/Gym Doors. Telephone Use Please restrict all cell phone use to outside our Main Entrance (by the Main Office.) Cell phones should not be used to phone calls in instructional areas, or in the school house. Pictures of staff/students should never be taken using a cell phone. Dress Code Please follow the student dress code when volunteering. Headwear…only for health/religious reasons. Shoes…no bare feet. Clothing…cannot show profanity/obscenity/violence, or symbols of hate; cannot promote alcohol, tobacco, or drugs; cannot promote gang colors or gang related signs; cannot show underwear or bare skin between upper chest and mid thigh. BES School Policies (continued) Absence Procedure We know events arise which may prevent you from volunteering during your assigned time. If this occurs, please let the teacher/coordinator you are volunteering know as soon as possible if you are able to do so. Chain of Command Should you see/experience something you are not comfortable with, please report it to an administrator or Mrs. Baicar asap. Record Keeping & Name Tags Always sign in with a Secretary in the Main Office. They will issue you a name tag that must be worn in a visible place at all times while you are in the building/on a field trip. You may need to present a photo id the first time you volunteer. First Aid Unless you are certified in first aid/CPR, please do not assist someone in need. Call for the Nurse/Nursing Asst immediately in the event of an emergency involving a staff member/volunteer/student. Siblings We cannot accommodate siblings/non student children in the school house during school hours. Use of Social Media & Cell Phones Social media can be a convenient, fun and rewarding way to share your life and opinions with family and friends. However, using social media involves certain risks and responsibilities. These guidelines apply to all forms of social media: Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), parents have the right to prevent photographs of their children from being taken in instructional settings. Given that volunteers have no knowledge of which parents have allowed their children to be photographed and which have not, volunteers should not take or post online any photographs or movies of students in any instructional setting during the instructional day. This includes recess, lunch, and events such as Halloween parades. Volunteers should not make or receive phone calls or text messages while they are volunteering. Sexual Harassment & Child Abuse/Neglect VideoIf you are a new volunteer at Broadneck Elementary or have not seen the video on Sexual Harassment & Child Abuse, please watch the video then download and sign the verification form to confirm that you have watched this mandatory video. You cannot be a volunteer at BES without watching this important video. Verification Form (English)Verification Form (Spanish) Please provide a signed copy of your verification form to the main office. If you have any questions please contact the volunteer coordinator via email at email@example.com. Miscellaneous Information Tax Deductions Volunteers may deduct some expenditures not reimbursed as part of giving to a school. For more information, contact the local branch of the Internal Revenue Service. Work Experience Volunteer service can be listed on a resume, job application, or work record. Record Keeping Record keeping is essential for tracking volunteer individual hours of service, total school hours of volunteer service, location of a volunteer in case of emergency and for liability verification. Liability InsuranceThe AACPS Board of Education’s general liability policy will pay all sums which the volunteer may become legally obligated to pay as damages because of bodily injury or property arising out of his/her activities while on school property. Volunteers are also protected against the cost of medical bills in accordance with the Maryland Worker’s Compensation Law. Other information regarding coverage or related details can be obtained by calling the Volunteer Office at 410-222-5457. 1. During the course of the school day an announcement is made stating, “We are to secure the building.” What do you do?*Find a poster to see what “secure the building” means.Report to the nearest staff member for directions.Call 9-1-1 from your cell phone to report an emergency.2. Photographs taken of staff and students who are not your children may be posted on FaceBook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.*TrueFalse3. When volunteering at school you should first:*Go directly to the area/teacher you are volunteering for/with.Check in with your child in their classroom, on the playground, in the cafeteria, etc.Report directly to the office where you will present current photo ID to a secretary who will issue you a badge to display while in the school.4. You have a specific appointment to volunteer in the school. You are permitted to move around the building to find your child in another part of the school or have an unscheduled conference with a teacher at that time.*TrueFalse5. You notice two students acting inappropriately. You should:*Address the students and their behavior.Ignore the situation.Inform the closest staff member of what you observed.6. Have you watched the video on sexual harassment and child abuse/neglect?* Yes No It is required that you watch the video on sexual harassment and child abuse/neglect at least once. If you have not, please contact the office for more information. PTO Committee VolunteerThanks for completing the orientation. While we have your attention, on which of the following committees would you be willing to help out? The commitments are small but your contributions are huge to our great school. Please choose one or more of the following: Beautification Book Fair Career Night Chess Club Cultural Arts Enrichment Activities After School Environmental Club Fall Festival Flu Mist Fundraising (Race for Education/Restaurant Nights) Grandparents Day Holiday Shop Hospitality Learning Garden Membership Movie Night Party Greeter Picture Day Promotions PTO Directory Race for Education Recognition School Supplies Spirit Wear Talent Show Volunteer Website Yearbook NameThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.