Report Service

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    Volunteers impact schools and reporting volunteer service supports the process.    Click to view the 2021-22 volunteer service report for the Little Rock School District.

    We are presently tracking reports of service completed between March 1, 2022 and February 28, 2023 to qualify for volunteer and school recognitions in April 2023.

    Did you know most virtual engagement in support of students and schools should be counted as volunteer service?  Donations and fundraising as well! 

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    Unable to sign on?  All volunteers, parents, and staff must register before using the online service options. Your password will not be activated until your request is processed. This requires downloading the information to the server during normal business hours. If you submitted a request after hours, during the weekend or during a school holiday your request will be delayed. Please allow 2 business days for your initial registration request to be processed. 


    Did your password fail? We're sorry, and we appreciate your patience with our new system. You may contact the ViPS staff with your questions or concerns. Someone will respond to your request as soon as possible.

    Reporting your service time will help you to qualify for the President's Volunteer Service Award! 

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    Why do I need to register in order to use the online services?
    When you register you will receive password access to report your service and utilize the ViPS message center. No personal or confidential information will ever be posted or accessible through the online service options. Your password will not be activated until your request is processed. 

    There are two types of  service options listed for each school I'm associated with? What do those listings mean and how do I know which one to pick?
    Every volunteer opportunity falls under one of two types of volunteer service: administrative and extracurricular support OR educational support.  It is up to you to determine which of these options the volunteer activity you are reporting falls under.  Simply ask yourself  "Does this volunteer activity have a direct impact on education?"
    If it does, count the time under educational support. If it does not, choose the other category.

    Examples may include, but are not limited to:

    Administrative: helping in the school office, campus beautification, school fundraisers, PTA meetings, playground monitoring, writing the school newsletter, etc.
    Extracurricular: Band booster, volunteer coach, chaperoning choir trip, sewing uniforms, building a stage, etc.


    Educational: mentoring, tutoring, reader, career or classroom speaker, teacher's helper, Book Fair assistant, helping with student achievement recognition, etc.

    You may type an explanation of your service in the memo box and we will be happy to adjust it for you if necessary.

    If I signed in at the school do I need to report my service hours through the ViPS online system?
    No, electronic reporting is not necessary if you signed in and out at the school - but remember, your service time is only itemized individually if YOU personally report it directly to the ViPS office.  All President's Volunteer Service Award qualifiers must register with ViPS and report electronically.