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Family Support & Volunteers (BPSVOLUNTEERS.ORG)

We need volunteers! Can you help out?

We encourage volunteering, and we would love to have you join our team in whatever capacity is feasible during the pandemic.

A BPS Volunteer could be a:
  • Crossing guard at an elementary school
  • Mentor
  • Tutor
  • State test proctor

A BPS Volunteer must:

  • Complete safety training and agree to abide by the district's COVID-19 safety protocols
  • Be of good moral character and pass a background investigation
  • Be of legal age
  • Complete a Volunteer Inquiry Record - see link below
  • Complete and sign the Authorization for Background Checks - see link below
  • Complete and sign the Consumer Disclosure - see link below
  • Be under the supervision of a staff member
  • Receive orientation to the school and/or assigned duties
  • Be available to volunteer during school hours when school is in session
If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the forms shown below or attached at the bottom of this webpage and return them to Amy Lawrence at the Education Service Center. 

Please call Amy Lawrence at (918) 336-8600 ext. 3506 for more information.

Family Support, Volunteers, and

International/Bilingual Family Support

First NameLast NamePositionEmailPhone Number
Monica Reynolds Bilingual Family Support Coordinator for Title I Schools ReynoldsMQ@bps-ok.org 918-336-3311 ext. 1189 
Amy Lawrence Volunteer Contact LawrenceAE@bps-ok.org 918-336-8600 ext. 3506 
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Mailing Address:
Bartlesville Public School District
ATTN: Family Support
P.O. Box 1357
Bartlesville, OK 74005

Family support and community involvement are the keys to school success.

Education is collaboration among students, parents, school, and community. Family Support enables all students, regardless of individual differences, to acquire the academic, personal/social, and workforce readiness competencies necessary to become successful adults.

Family Support works to:

  • help increase student attendance
  • resolve truancy issues
  • coordinate educational parental involvement activities
  • help build community partners
  • recruit volunteers
  • assist families with resources

Ways to give family support:

  • packs of size 4-6 girl and boy underwear
  • packs of boy and girl socks
  • head lice shampoo
  • notebook paper
  • crayons
  • glue sticks
  • pencils
  • notebooks

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