There are many opportunities for parents to contribute to the education of their children at St. Paul's Lutheran School.  Beyond simply donating financially, the volunteering of time is an integral part of the success at St. Paul's Lutheran School.  "But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord." Joshua 24:15.  Parents are encouraged to get involved and serve! 

The Parent Teacher League (PTL) and the Athletic Booster Club are two active parent groups at St. Paul's.  Other service opportunities include:Run Bears Run - School Photo 2013

Room Parents

Room parents assist with classroom activities including special learning activities, field trips, assisting the teacher with projects and planning seasonal parties.  In Kindergarten, there are special opportunities for parents to help with reading stations on designated mornings throughout the year.  A great way to see what your child does each morning at school and see first hand what they are learning!

Fine Arts

Parents often assist in the many different fine arts events at St. Paul's.  Watch for details in the St. Paul's Newsletter (on RenWeb).  In the past these opportunities have included: assisting with the production of the school musical, creation of the float for Three Rivers Festival, assisting with spring concert, etc..

Athletics - Coaching

Parents often assist with the coaching of athletic teams, athletic boosters, transportation of team members, as well as set up/clean up, score keeping and concession stand operations during home games.  Contact the Athletic Director for further details. 

Boards and Committees

At various times, special projects are undertaken that rely on parent volunteers, especially PTL projects. Watch St. Paul's newsletter (on RenWeb) and the PTL page for specific opportunities. In the past these have included the auction committee, planning committees, SCRIP, various recycling opportunities, fundraising, etc.

Field Trips

Watch for opportunities to assist with educational field trips.  Not only will you help your child's teacher but they are a lot of fun!  

 

Any parent volunteering for a role that involves the supervision of children MUST complete training and be approved through St. Paul's Child Protection Program. This process includes criminal background checks.