The Colts Neck Township Schools celebrates and welcomes its school volunteers who give their time to enhance our students' learning experiences and social events.  The district believes in providing information and training for its school volunteers on specific and required school related topics and Board of Education Policies.   

    For the 2015-2016 school year, the district has designed a flexible, yet comprehensive, volunteer online training through Global Compliance Network or G.C.N.  To access the online training module, please follow the steps contained in this training guide. The Global Compliance Network can be accessed by clicking on the following link.  

     ALL SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE ALL SECTIONS OF THE SCHOOL VOLUNTEER TRAINING MODULES. After each training module, you will be prompted to acknowledge that the information was read and understood.  Once all of the training modules are complete, please print your certificate of completion and retain it for your files.  The district will maintain the most current list of school volunteers.  

    Please note, the district reserves the right to prohibit individuals from volunteering who do not complete the required school volunteer training modules.  


    • Class Parents
    • Parents/Guardians Attending Class Parties or School/PTO-Sponsored Functions
    • PTO Members
    • Parents/Guardians Who Volunteer in School Libraries/Media Centers
    • Parents/Guardians Who Volunteer in School Computer or Science Classrooms
    • Parents/Guardians Who Serve As Guest Readers for Students in Classrooms
    • Chaperones for School and PTO Sponsored Trips and Activities  

    For technical assistance, please contact Terry Pilitzer, Monday-Friday, at pilitzer@coltsneckschools.org.  For all other questions or inquiries related to the Colts Neck Township Schools' online volunteer training, please contact MaryJane Garibay, Superintendent of Schools, at garibay@coltsneckschools.org.

     On behalf on the Colts Neck Township Schools, thank you for being a school volunteer.  

    Thank you, 

    MaryJane Garibay, Superintendent.