DB Event with Parent Volunteers

NOTE: Volunteer Applications are ONLY accepted twice per School Year:

1. School Registration - First Day of Fall Break (7/29-9/30)


2. February 1st - First Day of Spring (2/1 - 3/17)

Volunteer Information

Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the Byron Union School District. The information below will guide you through the process of getting cleared as a Volunteer within the Byron Union School District.  

Please contact the school site of your choice with any questions regarding the volunteer clearance process. 

How to become a volunteer with Byron Union School District.

  • Complete the Volunteer Application Packet

  • Obtain TB Clearance before submitting your completed Volunteer Application Packet.

  • Obtain background clearance by completing the Livescan Request Form and having your fingerprints processed through the Department of Justice (see Livescan processing location below).

  • Submit a completed Volunteer Application to your preferred school site. 

    • TB Clearance & completed Livescan Request Form receipt must be included with your application packet, otherwise, your application will not be accepted. 

Driver Requirements: (Required for Field Trips) 

  1. Completed Volunteer Application Packet or be A Cleared Volunteer

  2. TB Test results 

  3. Copy of Request for Livescan form with receipt 

  4. Completed and Signed Volunteer Driver Application

  5. Driver’s License 

  6. Individual Department of Motor Vehicle Driving Record 

  7. Insurance Policy Declaration Page  (Board Policy Regulation 3541.1)

    • At least $100,000/person Liability Coverage

    • $300,000/ person Property Damage

    • $100,000/$5,000 per person Medical

  8. Current vehicle registration 

Livescan Processing Location: No Appointment Necessary

UPS Store (Safeway Shopping Center)
14850 HWY 4 
Discovery Bay, CA 94505

TB Clearance Requirements:
California law requires that school staff working with children and community college students be free of infectious tuberculosis (TB). These updated laws reflect current federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations for targeted TB testing. 

AB 1667, effective January 1, 2015, SB 792 on September 1, 2016, and SB 1038 on January 1, 2017, require a TB risk assessment be administered and if risk factors are identified, a TB test and examination be performed by a healthcare provider to determine that the person is free of infectious tuberculosis. 

TB Risk Assessment and Examination forms must be updated every 4 years. 

Do I have to have a TB Test every 4 years or can I submit a completed TB Risk Assessment every 4 years?
Repeat risk assessments should occur every four years (unless otherwise required) to identify any additional risk factors, and TB testing based on the results of the TB risk assessment.  Re-testing should only be done in persons who previously tested negative and have new risk factors since the last assessment.  

TB Risk Assessment Form 

How do I go about submitting my updated TB Clearance?

Byron USD volunteers should submit their updated TB Clearance Online

Updated forms should not be submitted directly to the district office or school site.