Welcome Parents

  • How do I volunteer?

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    Registered Volunteer Process

    If you are interested in volunteering, please complete an online application. You will then proceed to the Office of District and School Security located in the School Board Building in Viera where you will complete your fingerprinting and payment. Fingerprinting hours are Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

    Registered Volunteer Cost - $35 initial payment with an annual renewal fee of $8.00. Registered Volunteers have replaced the former Level A Plus status, and Level A will no longer be offered.

    All active volunteers approved prior to 5/1/18 will remain at their current volunteer status until their original expiration date. 

    For more information, please contact:

    District Security

    Phone: 321-633-1000 ext. 233 
    Email: districtsecurity@brevardschools.org 

    To complete the online application please visit the

    Brevard Schools Volunteer Application Page 

    Reminders 

    • When filling out application, volunteers MUST print name as it appears on their driver's license or state id. 

    Questions or concerns, you may also contact Tara Westfield, Volunteer Coordinator, at: Westfield.Tara@brevardschools.org

Important Documents

  • Helping your Child with Math (Spanish)

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  • Helping your Child with Math (English)

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  • Family STEM Night Event

    It’s not too late to participate in Croton’s Family STEM Night Event!   (Original event date: March 3, 2021.) 

    Were you able to attend this special presentation by Orlando Science Center?  Whether you were there or not, you may be interested in trying out a creative bridge-building activity similar to the one that some of our Croton families enjoyed completing during the STEM program.  

    The materials list, building instructions utilizing the engineering design process, and more information is shared in the document below.  Have fun!  

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  • Grade K-2 Scavenger Hunt

    Our Family Math Night event on February 9, 2021 was awesome! This was an interactive math event with kids and their families engaged in hands-on math learning in a virtual setting.  Everyone visited stations, including estimation, origami, a scavenger hunt, and games galore!       

    Parents may check out www.FamilyMathNight.com for loads of FREE math activities, projects, videos, lessons, and handouts for parents.  Below are a few fun ways for parents to help their children learn and practice math skills. 

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  • Grade 3-6 Scavenger Hunt

    Our Family Math Night event on February 9, 2021 was awesome! This was an interactive math event with kids and their families engaged in hands-on math learning in a virtual setting.  Everyone visited stations, including estimation, origami, a scavenger hunt, and games galore!       

    Parents may check out www.FamilyMathNight.com for loads of FREE math activities, projects, videos, lessons, and handouts for parents.  Below are a few fun ways for parents to help their children learn and practice math skills. 

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