BSV SCREENING POLICIES

 

FOR COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS

General Screening Requirements 

Requirement Details
Be 16 years of age (by first day of volunteering) Complete a Minor Permission Form, signed by Parent or Guardian
Present a government-issued photo ID  Typically done at new volunteer orientation
Have no record of sexual offenses BSV checks your name against a National Online Registry of Sex Offenders
Attend BSV’s new Volunteer Orientation and Equity Training (3 hours) For New Volunteers: Complete both before finalizing placement

For Returning Volunteers: Complete equity training within first 2 months of the school year

 

Additional Screening Requirements for Specific Placements ONLY

Condition Additional Screening Requirements
…for those volunteering outside the supervision of a certificated teacher (exs: afterschool programs, elementary libraries)
  1. Live Scan Fingerprinting with DOJ/FBI background check, using BSV’s Live Scan Form
…for those volunteering in a BUSD pre-school/CDC
  1. Live Scan Fingerprinting with DOJ/FBI background check, using BSV’s Live Scan Form
  2. Negative Tuberculosis Test (or Risk Assessment) – from past 60 days; valid for 4 years
  3. Documentation of Vaccinations for Influenza, dTap, and MMR
…for those volunteering more than 3 days a week (or more than 90 days in a year) 
  1. Negative Tuberculosis Test (or Risk Assessment) – from past 60 days; valid for 4 years