Volunteering at Chaparral

We are so thankful for our parent volunteers and we welcome you to join our fantastic volunteer team!

Before you volunteer on campus (in any capacity) or attend a field trip, you must complete a Megan's Law background check, submit a singed Code of Conduct, and give us the results from a current, negative TB test.  Please see below for more specific information regarding the required forms.

Megan's Law Form
Submit this form in person, with your Driver's License, to the main office at Chaparral.  Please note that it takes approximately two weeks to process this application; we encourage you to submit this well in advance of any field trips to ensure time to complete the background check.  

Code of Conduct
Please read, sign, and submit to the main office when you drop off your Megan's Law paperwork.  

Megan's Law Transfer Form
If you have been previously cleared with another PUSD school, please fill out this transfer form and submit it to the Chaparral office so that we can add you to our school.  

Seniors Helping Our Kids (SHOK) is an all-volunteer organization that trains and places nearly 200 retirees a year in PUSD schools. Most serve as one-on-one reading tutors for children in grade 1-3, following the OASIS Tutoring program. Others are classroom or library helpers. If you are a retiree and interested in this opportunity, check out http://www.SHOKprogram.org. They will help you get all the paperwork together to participate as a volunteer.


If you have any questions, please contact Cecelia Nickmeyer either by phone (858.485.0042 x4201) or email (cnickmeyer@powayusd.com).

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