At Governor Mifflin School District, we encourage our students to get involved, offer a helping hand, and give back whenever possible.
One of the best ways we can foster these traits in our students is to lead by example.
Volunteering is an incredibly rewarding experience, but for some parents volunteering in their child's class makes it even better.
Experience the big moments in your child's life like classroom parties and field trips or just lend a helping hand around the classroom when their teacher needs it.
You don't need to work directly with students to make a difference in their lives! We have a variety of volunteer opportunities that include little or no time in the classroom. Examples include:
- Clerical tasks (such as making copies for teachers or restocking shelves in the library)
- Volunteering at events
- Speaking to a class on your area of expertise
- Maintaining outdoor spaces on school property
We accept volunteers at all of our buildings. To learn about specific opportunities available at each building, please contact your building principal.
Before volunteering at any of our buildings, individuals must first complete the required clearances. More details on clearances are listed under each tab. Clearances should be submitted to the Governor Mifflin Education Center for approval prior to volunteering in any building or role.
All Governor Mifflin employees, volunteers, and vendors* entering campus buildings during the school day must complete the following background checks & clearances at the beginning of their employment & periodically throughout. Click the buttons down below to complete:
FEDERAL BACKGROUND CHECK - FINGERPRINTING****Service Code: 1Kg6XN**
*NOTE: Any vendors not in possession of these clearances must be escorted by GMSD personnel during their visit.