• Volunteering in WS/FCS


    Learn how to become a volunteer!

    The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education encourages parents and other members of the community wishing to contribute to the intellectual, physical, and emotional development of students and the well-being of schools to serve as school volunteers. School volunteers contribute services to an educational program without compensation and serve at the will and pleasure and under the supervision of school administrators and staff members. 

    Would you like to help at your child's school? Or are you interested in giving time to the school in your neighborhood? All schools welcome the help you can provide. Parents and community members are always needed to help with a variety of tasks, such as lunchroom monitors, office work, planning for special events, and many other jobs.

    For more information about how to volunteer in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools' volunteer programs, contact:

    Jenny Scholl

    Volunteer Coordinator
    Phone: 336.748.4000 ext. 70413
    Cell: 336.917.8099

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who must register to volunteer and where can they register?

  • Where do I go to view cleared volunteers for my school?

  • Are criminal background checks done for all volunteers?

  • How do I find out if my school’s volunteer applicants pass the background checks?

  • If a volunteer breaks the law after passing the background check, how will I know?

  • How do I add an administrator for my school’s account?

  • How will I see who is registered to volunteer at my school?

  • Will the system allow me to communicate with volunteers?

Last Modified on December 10, 2020