Academic Volunteer Program
The mission of the Academic Volunteer Program is to provide the best education possible for each student in our schools by involving parents and community members in meeting the varying and diverse needs of our students.
Academic volunteer opportunities are available during school hours in grades K-12 and also in one after-school program. Volunteers assist students -- some who may be struggling, others who need to reinforce skills and still others who need enrichment -- in various ways and in many subjects. We try to match volunteer interests and talents with a variety of positions.
Note: To volunteer for classroom parties and other events at your child's school, please contact your school's PTO officers.
How to Become an Academic Volunteer
- Parent/Guardian Academic Volunteer Form
- Returning Community Academic Volunteer Form
- New Community Academic Volunteer Application/Form
If you are the parent/guardian of a student attending Centerville Schools, you may fill out the Parent/Guardian Academic Volunteer Form to indicate your interest in volunteering for the current school year.
If you are NOT the parent/guardian of a current student in Centerville Schools and you have been an academic volunteer within the past three years, you may submit the Returning Community Academic Volunteer Form.
If you are NOT the parent/guardian of a current student in Centerville Schools and you have never completed the process to become an academic volunteer or you have not volunteered within the past three years, you may submit the New Community Academic Volunteer Application/Form.
Required Background Screening
All applicants who would like to be considered as a potential academic volunteer are required by Centerville City Schools to submit to a criminal background screening.
- Any person who has a current screening through Centerville City Schools (substitutes, coaches, part-time or full-time employees) and has met the requirement does not need to submit a request through through SecureVolunteer-Background Investigation Bureau (BIB).
- SecureVolunteer-BIB criminal background screenings must be re-submitted every two years in order to continue volunteering. The SecureVolunteer background screening is provided by the district at no cost to the applicant.
- All other background screenings through outside organizations will not be considered.
- Please follow the link to enter a request for a background screening through SecureVolunteer-BIB.
Academic Volunteer Program
111 Virginia Ave.
Centerville, OH 45458
Phone: (937) 433-8841, Ext. 2059
- Primary Village North
- Primary Village South
- Cline Elementary
- Driscoll Elementary
- John Hole Elementary
- Normandy Elementary
- Stingley Elementary
- Weller Elementary
- Magsig Middle School
- Tower Heights Middle School
- Watts Middle School
- Centerville High School