Dividends Volunteer Programs

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Thank you for your interest in becoming a Dividends School Volunteer! The Dividends School Volunteer Program is a district-wide effort that encourages and promotes community involvement in the Seminole County Public Schools (SCPS).

2022-2023 School Year Registration

Dividends Volunteer application for the 2022-2023 school year will be available July 17, 2022.

Do you want to learn more about becoming a Dividend volunteer and opportunities available? Attend one of our Dividend Orientation Coffees coming soon!

2021-2022 School Year Registration

Dividends Volunteer Application

All Dividend volunteers are required to re-activate their applications each year.

Dividends volunteer application for the 2021-2022 school year is available here:

Apply Online

The SCPS Dividends Volunteer application may be completed from your home or school site. Please bring your government issued I.D. for every SCPS visit. For your FIRST visit, please check-in at the front desk in order to complete your Volunteer profile. For all following visits, we have dedicated stand-alone computers at each location that allow you to check yourself into the building by scanning the 2D barcode on the back of your license.

Once you have completed your Dividends application, you may receive an approval email from Raptor Technologies. This email may go to your clutter file. If you still have questions about the approval of your completed application, you can call your selected district school. The Community Involvement/Dividends office can assist if needed, 407.320.0185.

If you cannot register online, paper applications are available at any district school or at the Educational Support Center. You can also email misa_mills@scps.k12.fl.us and request an electronic copy of the application. If you are applying and need to register with a paper application, you will also need to furnish written documentation: written explanation (include year of incident), arrest record, and final disposition. This paperwork will be submitted to the District Professional Standards Committee. We will inform you of their decision. Please contact the Community Involvement/Dividends office at 407.320.0185 for further questions.

Recently Retired Teachers

For all recently retired from State Administered Retirement Plans, including SCPS, you must meet the definition of your termination completely, up to 12 months, prior to providing any service, paid or unpaid such as volunteering, to any FRS participating employer including SCPS, or risk voiding your retirement. Please contact SCPS Retirement/Payroll for additional information or clarification, 407.320.0498.

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