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Interested in Becoming a Volunteer? Apply 

Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at the school site if you have any questions or need further assistance about becoming a volunteer.

Anyone wishing to become a volunteer for Lake County Schools (LCS) must have an application and background clearance on record before attending an event or working in the classroom. Criminal background screening is to be completed every 3 years.

How To Become a Lake County Schools Volunteer

  1. Review the Bullying & Harassment Information for Substitutes and Volunteers information.
  2. Click on the following link to complete an online Volunteer Application or to log back into an existing application. Note: If you have previously completed an employment application, you will need to create a separate/new User ID and Password.
    Lake County Schools - Online Volunteer Application Portal
  3. Contact the School Volunteer Coordinator at your school of choice and let the School Volunteer Coordinator know you have completed your online volunteer application. You may find the contact information for a specific school volunteer coordinator by clicking the link below.  Note: If you will be volunteering at one of the district's conversion charter schools, you may be required to pay the fingerprint fee. You must contact the school Volunteer Coordinator prior to being processed as a volunteer.

    School Volunteer Coordinator List

  4. You will receive an email from the district regarding your application and volunteer level. Note: If you have not received an email, log on to your online volunteer application and click the email history tab to obtain the email.
  5. Log in to your online volunteer application for status approval OR contact the Volunteer Coordinator at your school of choice.


You may e-mail if you have questions about the online volunteer application or with questions regarding the volunteer approval process.

Bullying and Harassment Law and Policy

On June 10, 2008, Governor Crist signed into law Florida Statute 1006.147 known as the Jeffrey Johnston Stand Up for All Students Act. School districts were required to develop, obtain board approval, and implement a policy for bullying and harassment. Lake County Schools developed and approved Policy 5517.01. In the 2013 Legislative Session, the Florida legislature passed, and Governor Scott signed into law, changes to Florida Statute 1006.147 - Bullying and harassment prohibited. The revised law became effective July 1, 2016. The Office of Safe Schools required the school districts to revise the current policy on bullying and harassment. To access the amended law and the revised School Board Policy, click on the following links.