Campus Visitors and Volunteers Protocols

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Health, Safety, & Security Protocols 


Visitors will be allowed on campus for purposes related to student instruction and support, mentoring, enrollment, tours, and orientation. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Registration
  • Scheduled conferences/meetings related to academic or social emotional needs of a student.
  • Grade-level orientation sessions; School tours
  • Partner services related to academic or social emotional needs of students



Parents and guardians may wait with their children in designated entrances or pick-up areas of the school, but will not be allowed to walk children to their classroom.


There is no during-the-day drop-off of items (i.e. water bottles, lunches, back packs, islands, etc.). There may be limited and one-time exceptions, but should a pattern develop, administration may address the issue.


Parents and guardians are welcomed to visit their children during lunch time.

  • Children must remain in the cafeteria with their class during lunch.
  • Due to space, bringing younger siblings is discouraged.
  • Parents may bring lunch for their child(ren) only.
  • Parents may not just drop off lunches – must be present.
  • Parents must check-out in the office immediately after lunch.


Volunteers are welcomed on campus for purposes related to student instruction and support.

These include:

  • Class Reading Volunteers
  • Copy Parent
  • Office Volunteer
  • Chaperoning Field Trips
  • Staff, PTA, and CAC meetings

+ All volunteers must complete the Austin Partners in Education (APIE) process for volunteer certification to be eligible to volunteer on campus and/or chaperone field trips.
+ Eligible volunteers in the building must follow all required safety and security protocols (i.e. visitor badges, drill participation, etc.).
+ While masks are optional, it is highly recommended that all eligible building volunteers and field trip chaperones be fully vaccinated.