How to Volunteer On Campus

  • Parents & Adults

    PUSD requires that all volunteers working in a classroom more than 8 hours a week have a current  TB test on file in the main office or PUSD Family Resource Center (dated within 12 months for new volunteers, good for 4 years).  The PUSD Clinic offers free TB screenings on Mon., Wed., Fri. 8am - 9am & 2pm-4pm.  Located at 351 S. Hudson Ave., Rm 130, Pasadena, CA 91109.

    There is a fingerprint/background check requirement for certain volunteer positions.  Volunteer paperwork must be filled out and submitted to Jessica Nava (Office Manager). See below for required documents. 

    How to be a Volunteer: 

    1. Contact Jessica Nava and ensure that there is a volunteer assignment available.
    2. Complete the volunteer application and meet child health & safety requirements
    3. Complete volunteer orientation. 

    Please Note:  Starting Sept. 1, 2016 New Immunization Requirements from the State of CA for parents/community members who want to volunteer for Early Ed (Pre-K, TK) -  These volunteers are now required to have not only a current TB test but also an immunization record showing a Measles, Pertussis and Flu vaccine (does not include K-12 volunteers).  All Early Ed volunteers, including current Level 2 volunteers, need to be cleared by the Early Childhood Education Office: 2046 N. Allen Ave., Altadena, CA 91001 Contact: Liliana Clemente - 626-396-5762 x10079,



    Volunteer Quick Tips Eng/Sp

    Volunteer Application / (en Español)

    Volunteer Handbook/ (en Español)

    Confidentiality & Child Abuse Reporting Form/ (en Español)


    for more information, visit