While no one can do everything, everyone can do something.

Lincoln depends on parent volunteers to help deliver a quality student experience. And there are a variety of ways to volunteer from classroom volunteering to yard duty to special events to virtual volunteering (you can work on after hours such as grading papers).

Visit Lincoln’s volunteer overview page to find the kind of volunteer job that meets your schedule and interests.

There is no experience necessary. Just bring your willingness to help.

Frequently Asked Questions

Volunteer requirements?
All volunteers who participate at school on a regular basis must fill out a volunteer form, get fingerprinted, and have certification of recent TB-skin test on file in the school office. A TB form is available at the office and the test is good for 4 years. Information about fingerprinting is available here.

Volunteering with younger children?
Parents of younger children can bring them along to most volunteer jobs. The exceptions are Library Support and, for safety reasons, Yard Duty. Classroom volunteers are encouraged to check with their child’s teacher before bringing younger siblings.