We appreciate the dedication and support of our community volunteers.  

To Become a Volunteer

If you are planning to volunteer for any school or parish ministries and activities that have regular contact with children, for example; PREP, Children’s Liturgy of the Word, Coaching, Scouts, Youth Ministry, or Classroom Committees, the following are required:

These requirements help ensure that all school volunteers have been properly screened prior to working with our children. Volunteers are also trained in recognizing and preventing situations that might place our children in danger. Thank you for your dedication to serving our youth!

Volunteer Guidelines

  • For safety and security reasons, all school visitors (volunteers, parents, etc.) must sign in at the front office. All visitors and/or volunteers are required to wear a designated badge that is given at sign in.
  • Visitors should have an appointment,
  • We offer speech and occupational therapy services with Associates in Pediatric Therapy as well as tutoring with the Wright Center. 
  • Visitors to the parish offices will not be allowed directly into the main school building or MPB.

The school relies on your volunteer support. We ask that you follow through on tasks by attending the scheduled times and giving notice of absence whenever possible.
A volunteer operates in a position of trust. Personal information pertaining to students must be kept confidential. Children’s actions, responses, progress, or problems at school are not for sharing in the community. Conversations between parents, teachers, and students in the school are confidential. Volunteers should not discuss these conversations outside of school. Refer any concerns to the Administration.
Volunteers are expected to adhere to school rules and procedures, perform assigned tasks to the best of their ability, work cooperatively with all staff, and seek clarification when necessary. Children’s restrooms are not to be used by volunteers. There are adult restrooms located in the building.
Please be proactive when supervising the children. Problems should be referred to the teacher(s) on duty or the office should be notified as soon as possible.