If you would like to be considered as a volunteer on the TPS campus or as a chaperone a field trip, you must complete the volunteer application process out lined below:
Step 1: Print, complete, and sign the Parent Handbook and Volunteer Application (One-time only). Please download to use as a “fillable” form.
Step 2: Print the Request for LiveScan Services form and take to an approved LiveScan Fingerprinting Agency (see below) – As a public school, TPS is required by law to participate in the Department of Justice LiveScan digital fingerprint submission program. For the protection of our student, we require both Department of Justice and FBI results. The current cost for both is approximately $56 plus the rolling fee. Rolling fees vary from location to location and cover only the operator’s cost for rolling the fingerprint images. Fees normally run between $18 and $22. (LiveScans are required one-time only) – PLEASE NOTE – TPS has no control over the amount of time it may take to receive LiveScan results from the Department of Justice. It has taken anywhere from a couple of days to several weeks.
Any fees accrued for LiveScan services are the responsibility of the volunteer and are not reimbursable by TPS.
In order to be fingerprinted, you must visit a state approved LiveScan Fingerprinting Agency. To complete the mandatory fingerprint requirement, please contact:
1. Any police station – call for appointment.
2. The UPS Store in the Tower Plaza on Ynez Road (951) 699-6901 – no appointment needed.
3. The Riverside County Office of Education Murrieta Site (951) 600-5623 – call for appointment.
Step 3: Attain a copy or original of a current TB clearance or a completed “Adult TB Assessment Questionnaire“ (please read more about this option by clicking on the link. Your TB clearance must be updated every four years.
Step 4: Make a copy of your valid driver’s license
Step 5: Submit your completed Parent Volunteer Application; a copy of your processed Request for LiveScan Services form; your TB clearance; and a copy of your driver’s license to the TPS School Office.
IMPORTANT: Once your paperwork has been received and TPS receives the LiveScan results from the California Department of Justice, you will receive an official “Volunteer Status” email acknowledging your cleared status. YOU ARE ONLY CONSIDERED A CLEARED VOLUNTEER ONCE YOU HAVE RECEIVED THE CLEARANCE EMAIL FROM TPS.