Partnerships and Volunteers
Apply to be an SBISD Volunteer
Volunteer Registration for the 2016-17 school year is now open! Volunteers are encouraged to apply early so your application can process prior to the start of the new school year.
All volunteers must register and gain approval before starting volunteer service each year. If you were approved to volunteer during the 2015-16 school year, your status is valid until October 1, 2016. After that point, all returning volunteers need to be re-registered and approved for the 2016-17 school year.
Access the Volunteer Application: English / Spanish
All volunteers must register online at the SBISD website every year and pass a criminal background check. Volunteers in the 2015-2016 Volunteer Database may volunteer until September 30, 2016. At that time, the system will reset and all volunteers must re-register before being allowed on campus.
Please allow 8-10 days for the criminal background check process to occur. Volunteers who give a valid email address on their application will receive an automatic notification if approved to begin your service.
Volunteers must bring a valid, government issued ID the first time they volunteer on campus to have it scanned into the V-Soft system. Each time you are on campus thereafter, SBISD requires volunteers and visitors to wear a V-Soft issued name badge. Thank you for recognizing that the safety of our schools, our students and our volunteers is of the utmost importance!
The SBISD Volunteer Program serves to enhance the educational experience of both students and staff through the inclusion of well-trained volunteers that strive to support the district mission and make a difference in Spring Branch ISD.
Programs Our Volunteers Support:
Let our Partnership and Volunteer Office help align your interests and expertise to our district's needs!
Review our SBISD Volunteer Opportunities handout to address FAQ's.
SBISD Volunteer Stories in the News
Read the stories of recent Aggie Camp Volunteers/Mentees:
We thank you! The work our volunteers and mentors make a difference.
Our partnership model in SBISD is the Good Neighbor Program. The SBISD Good Neighbor Program encourages and recognizes the efforts of individuals, businesses, governmental entities and community groups who actively support our students and schools.
Each year, Good Neighbors complete three or more strategic activities that support SBISD's T-2-4 goal to ensure all of our students complete some form of higher education - a technicial certification or military training, or a 2- or 4-year degree. Activities may directly support the district, an individual campus or classroom, or the Spring Branch ISD Education Foundation. SBISD schools may earn the Good Neighbor designation by giving back to the community or another campus.
Be recognized for your support - let us help you become a Good Neighbor today!
Great supports. Great results. Great futures
View the ways we measured the Collective Greatness of 2016 Good Neighbors and Partners.
SBISD Community Relations:
Coordinator for Strategic Partnerships and Volunteer Programs
Each volunteer, or person intending to volunteer in SBISD, should know that SBISD is subject to the Texas Public Information Act.
That means that information about you, such as your home address, home telephone number and some other information available, may be obtained by a member of the public by making a request to the school district. However, the school district does not sell information about you.
If a request is made for information about you or all volunteers, SBISD will not release any (1) information that is not legally obtainable by the requester or (2) information confidential by law.