Opportunities needing volunteer or commitment hours include activities such as help with the REACH Auction, Scrip, book fairs, lunch, Grandparents’ Day, Spring Musical, Science Fair, Catholic Schools Week, or with Boy or Girl Scouts – to name a few.
Classroom Volunteers and Room Parents
Because a parent is a child’s first and best teacher, parents are welcome to volunteer in the classroom and take an active role in their child’s education. Volunteering as a Room Parent is a great way to help teachers accomplish classroom objectives. They work with teachers and other parents to organize special projects and help in a variety of ways. Their role is critical to creating a positive community within the classroom and boosting academic achievement through creative means.
St. Pat’s Parent Association
The St. Pat’s Parent Association is another great way to get involved and volunteer.
Benefits of Volunteering
Benefits to parents of volunteering at St. Pat’s include:
- Connections: Meet, connect, and work with teachers and other parents
- Leadership Development & Training: Develop leadership and other skills such as leading meetings, solving problems, fundraising and budgeting, effectively communicating and marketing, and public speaking
- Positive Impact: Positively impact children’s education and St. Patrick Catholic School
- Fun & Friendships: Have fun, socialize, develop new friends and work together toward common goals
To help assure a safe environment for all students, there are volunteer requirements for those wishing to volunteer and support the school.
Find Out More
To find out more about how you can volunteer at St. Pat’s, please Contact Us.