Information on How to Become a Volunteer

We enjoy having visitors and volunteers in our schools and classrooms and invite parents to be actively involved in the teaching and learning that happens in our schools. The Sultan School District’s schools depend on volunteers to help teachers in the classrooms, help in offices, and assist with sports. We value the contributions of our volunteers. We also care about the safety of staff and children, so all volunteers must review the Volunteer Application & Handbook; complete the Volunteer Application and the Volunteer Disclosure Statement as well as an NCSI background check at least ten business days prior to the start of their volunteer service. In addition, there are mandatory Safe Schools trainings that all volunteers need to complete prior to working with our students. Safety of our students is our top priority!

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer in the Sultan School District school, please:

Step 1: Read the Volunteer Application and Handbook   
Step 2: Complete the Volunteer Application and the Volunteer Disclosure Statement
Step 3: Send a copy of your WA State driver’s license, other federal or state ID OR a passport and the Volunteer Application and the Volunteer Disclosure Statement to a building administrative secretary (see below for emails) or Volunteer Coordinator June Berry at:

Sultan School District Office
514 4th Street, Sultan, WA 98294


Email June Berry


Gold Bar Elementary – Administrative Secretary Michelle Aide
Sultan Elementary – Administrative Secretary ChiQuanna Robinson
Sultan Middle School – Administrative Secretary Cindy Broughton
Sultan High School – Administrative Secretary Val Anderson-Norris

Step 4: You will be notified by your building secretary or the District Office when you have been cleared for Volunteer status.


Thank you for volunteering!