Pam Anderson volunteers at sons' school

03/19/2008 at 08:09 PM ET

It probably isn’t uncommon to see the safety patrol signing autographs outside the school of 11 ½-year-old Brandon and 10-year-old Dylan Lee but then again, there’s nothing common about this safety patrol.  Brandon and Dylan’s mom Pamela Anderson volunteers at the school, donning a "neon vest and everything" as she helps children into and out of their cars.  Earlier today she joked with Ellen DeGeneres that the uniform "is hot," adding,

I get a lot of high fives.  [Other parents] think it’s funny that I’m there doing that. I’m a Mom -– you have to do it and I love it.

That’s not to say that Pamela doesn’t raise an eyebrow or two.  Her shift occurs on Mondays, the morning after she performs in Hans Klok:  The Beauty Of Magic in Las Vegas.  Says Pamela,   

The hard part [is] when you shut the door and you see the reflection of yourself and I see myself covered in glitter with black down [around my eyes].  People always look at me funny anyway.

Brandon and Dylan are Pamela’s children with ex-husband Tommy Lee.

Source:  US

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Nikka on

Nice to see a celeb live like the rest of us ! Way to go, Pam !!

Heather on

I remember a few years back seeing a picture of her doing that, neon vest and all! I think its so cool for her being a celebrity mom to do that; there’s a lot of non-famous moms who won’t even consider to do that!

brooke on

Pam has always seemed like a good mom to me. You see a lot of pictures of her with her boys on a regular basis, she seems very much hands on. Her boys are so handsome too

SMC on

This just made me love her even more!

mrspinkysocks on

I love Pam. She always seems to be a great mum. It’s like there are 2 Pams. 1 is the mum and the other is this sex symbol.

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