Thank you for your interest in volunteering for Klein ISD. At this time our volunteer application is closed. We will be posting the new application on August 1, 2019. If you need to be cleared to volunteer during the summer please contact Ms. Johanna Arredondo, HR Information Specialist, at 832.249.4224 or at jarredondo1@kleinisd.net.

Volunteers are valuable assets of the Klein Independent School District.

Volunteers are parents, grandparents, representatives from the business community, and other concerned and dedicated people who give generously of their time in the Klein schools to support teachers and enrich the educational experiences of more than 53,400 students.

Join the team of committed KISD volunteers to make a difference for students.

Julie Stevens


I would like to welcome all our KISD Volunteers. We all know behind every successful school district and community are the best volunteers. We appreciate everything that you do every day to help the students and staff at Klein ISD. 

Welcome and thank you,

Julie Stevens
District Volunteer Coordinator


Klein ISD Criminal History Standards for Volunteers

Please read this document prior to completing the background check.

Volunteer General Information 

Who are the volunteers?

Volunteers are parents, grandparents, representatives from the Sciencebusiness community, and other concerned and dedicated people who give generously of their time in the Klein schools to support the professional staff and enrich the educational experiences of more than 45,000 students. Since 1970 when the KISD Volunteer Program was created, volunteers have enhanced the schools by sharing their talents and resources.

What do volunteers do?

In the classrooms, volunteers serve as tutors, make special presentations, and read to students. In the school clinics, libraries, and office areas, volunteers provide clerical assistance. At the Wunderlich Farm complex, volunteers serve as docents who share our community’s history with students.

When do volunteers help?

Schools work with volunteers to match volunteers’ skills, interests, and time to school projects. Most volunteers serve during the school day. Some take-home projects to complete at their leisure. Members of booster clubs often show their commitment after school hours and on the weekends at performances and competitions.

Where do volunteers help?

Volunteers serve in all KISD schools and at the Wunderlich Farm complex. Typically, parents and grandparents serve where their children and grandchildren attend school. Business and community members are matched with schools that need their support.

Volunteer Guidelines

  • A good volunteer is consistent, dependable, interested in making a difference, respectful and appreciative of teachers and students, and faithful to commitments.
  • Volunteers are role models for students in behavior, speech, and dress.
  • When persons are on duty as volunteers, the district requests that they dress in conformity with the teachers’ dress code.
  • Volunteers will sign a roster upon arrival at the school. This written record allows the school to know who is in the building and keep a record of volunteer hours.
  • Volunteers wear name badges provided by the school as a security measure and as recognition of the value the school places on its volunteers.
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