Parents On Positivity Patrol (PoPP)

This webpage contains the latest news about PLSD's Parents On Positivity Patrol (PoPP)(also called Claws On Patrol at PHSC and Paw Patrol at PHSN) as well as information about how you can sign up as a volunteer. Pickerington Schools is expanding the successful pilot program launched in our high schools during the 2021-22 school year to include our junior highs for the 2022-23 school year. But, we need your help! Find out how to sign up below.
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Pickerington Parents Making A Positive Difference!

PoPP Responsibilities & Requirements

We thank our active group of Parents On Positivity Patrol (PoPP) and we are seeking more eager volunteers for the 2022-23 school year!

Below are the key responsibilities for PoPP volunteers:

  • Build positive relationships with students and help redirect them if they are making poor decisions that go against building policies and procedures.
  • Check restrooms on a consistent basis to ensure that students are using the restrooms for proper reasons.
  • Actively support and participate in the enforcement of the Student Code of Conduct.
  • Volunteers will keep all communication with students and staff confidential unless it is a situation that needs counseling, administration or social worker attention (abuse, suicide, harming self or others, inappropriate behavior).
  • Volunteers will not entertain any questions from internal or external stakeholders that provide information regarding students, staff or events.
  • Volunteers will not post any information regarding events or situations that occur at the high school(s) on social media.

Members of PoPP are required to:

  • Have background checks.
  • Be approved as a Level 2 volunteer.
  • Be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
  • Be scheduled in the building according to availability.

Walkie Talkies and safety plan information are given to each volunteer and kept with them while on duty.

If you would like more information about becoming a PoPP volunteer, contact Juanita Lemke at Juanita_Lemke@plsd.us.