OCPS ADDitions School Volunteers,

As OCPS follows the national COVID-19 health trends with local and state health departments, the safety of our employees and volunteers are our number one priority. Subsequently, OCPS will reopen schools and departments in planning stages.

Planning Phase 1
Includes focusing on staff returns and sanitizing the facilities.

Planning Phase 2
Includes reopening the schools - dates to be determined.

Planning Phase 3
When we receive new information regarding the school openings, we will email and post notifications as to when volunteers can resume their activities.

Please stay safe and healthy!

Community Outreach



Investing in our children today to
strengthen our community tomorrow

The strength of tomorrow's Central Florida community depends largely on the quality of education students receive today. Orange County educators believe that the school system and the community must work together to provide quality education.

This 2020-2021 school year the ADDitions School Volunteer program is celebrating it's 50th Anniversary, and the Partners in Education program marks it's 40th Anniversary! Join us today and make a difference in the lives of our youth.


The perfect avenue for individuals to become involved with education in Orange County Public Schools. School volunteers work at the schools of their choice and participate in activities that match their interests, such as assisting teachers in the classroom, designing bulletin boards, working with students, serving as computer tutors, working with art classes, or helping out in the office or media center. Volunteer Now

Volunteer Hours ADD up: The ADDitions School Volunteer program began with 200 volunteers in 1971. In the 2019-2020 school year more than 56,772 volunteers contributed more than 560,771 volunteer hours. This represents nearly $13.5 million worth of in-kind contributions donated to OCPS.

Partners in Education

Build relationships between businesses/ organizations and schools that enhance student learning and provide students with even more opportunities for success. Get Involved

Partners Make a Difference: Businesses and organizations can get involved in the school system in a number of volunteer programs such as Partners in Education. At the end of the 2020 school year, the district had 2,603 business partnerships.

Volunteers are subject to Florida's Sunshine Laws unless the individual notifies the district that they are exempt per s. 119.071, Fl. Stat.

Click Here for exempt information

My Brother's Keeper Photo

You Can Help Decrease the Achievement Gap!

President Obama launched the My Brother's Keeper (MBK) Initiative in February 2014 to address persistent opportunity gaps faced by boys and young men of color and to ensure that all young people realize their full potential. OCPS Superintendent, Dr. Barbara Jenkins, in conjunction with other members of the Council of Great City Schools, has accepted the challenge to support targeted students with the mentorship needed to become college and career ready.The OCPS Minority Achievement Office has developed best practices and expectations for the successful implementation of this initiative at the school level.

We are looking for Mentors . . .
Mentors are responsible adults who care, listen, and offer encouragement. Mentors are ordinary people, partners who have one thing in common - a commitment to making the world a better place for our children.

Click here to see the participating schools and to sign-up.

Call the Minority Achievement Office for assistance at 407.317.3470.

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