Springfield School Volunteers has programs to help students reach their highest potential:
- Mentoring (grades 1-12): Help students achieve academic and social emotional goals that align with SPS’s Portrait of a Graduate through positive-youth adult relationships with volunteers.
- General Support: Schools can request volunteers to fulfill a variety of roles such as classroom support, academic support, or special event support.
- Read Aloud (grades Pre-K – 5): Promote literacy by having volunteers read aloud pre-selected books once a month from October – February and donate the books to your classroom libraries.
SSV also screens potential volunteers interested in serving in other capacities, including field trip chaperones, Science Fair judges, career speakers and PTO members. Schools should use the following forms to submit requests for volunteer mentor(s) and for general volunteer support. Please help us to expedite the processing of forms by ensuring that all forms are complete. Incomplete forms will be returned.
Volunteer Request: Use this form to request volunteers to work with students or to provide general support at your school.
Parent/Guardian Consent Form: Students participating in SSV programs must have a signed Parent/Guardian Consent form on file with SSV.
Formulario de consentimiento del padre/tutor: Los estudiantes que participan en programas SSV deben tener un formulario de consentimiento de padre/tutor firmado y archivado en SSV.
Anyone interested in volunteering in your classroom or school should visit our Forms page to complete a volunteer application and CORI/SORI form. For more information about how to submit paperwork and requesting volunteers please see our School Reference Guide.
Utilizing our nonprofit 501 (c) (3) status, SSV is able to serve as a Fiscal Agent to leverage funding and manage accounts that benefit our students and the district as a whole. To learn more, please contact Denise Cogman or Katherine Gasque.