Bag Check Policy
Bag Check is defined as a location where bags should be secured in a reasonable manner. The Bag Check shall be located in a generally understood location.
Volunteers and visitors are required to leave their bags (including purses and small gizmo bags) at the bag check.
Volunteers who consistently need to bring their bag to their shift area may receive a bag pass - once approved by the staff collective. The bag pass idea/policy was discussed and approved at the staff collective meeting on May 14, 2010.
How it works
Bags are checked when a volunteer comes to the front desk to check in for their shift.
- volunteer hands the front desk personnel their bag.
- front desk personnel hands volunteer a playing card that matches the number and suit on the shelf where the volunteer's bag is.
- volunteer comes to log their hours and collect their bag after a shift.
- they give the front desk personnel their playing card in exchange for their safely guarded bag.
Obtaining a Bag Pass
- A volunteer must have a need to consistently bring a bag in the back while they are volunteering (personal tools and teaching supplies are some good examples)
- The volunteer must ask the area coordinator
- The area coordinator forwards to staff collective for approval
The passes will have the following information:
- volunteer's name and volunteer ID number
- the AREA (reason for the bag pass)
- expiration date
List of Volunteers Approved for a Bag Pass
|Name||Volunteer ID||Area||Expiration Date||notes|
|Dale Lockhart||31635||Laptop Build||03/15/2012|
|John Franko||50030||Laptop Build||03/15/2012|
|Teresa Frakes||54910||Laptop Build||03/15/2012|
|Jim Anderson||39183||Laptop Build||03/15/2012|
|Bob Griggs||4905||Laptop Build||03/15/2012|
|Dennis Jones||50971||Laptop Build||03/15/2012|
|Marie Buckner||39119||Laptop Build||03/15/2012|
|Charles McCarthy||21192||Laptop Build||03/15/2012|
|Ying Yee||68581||Laptop Build||03/15/2012|