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Get Involved

Parents

Get Involved

We could not be where we are without the amazing support of our parents and volunteers. At St. John's, we encourage everyone to get involved in their child’s school programs. We offer a wide selection of volunteer opportunities and parent organizations.

 
Virtus

Virtus - Protecting God's Children

The Diocese of Lansing mandates all school employees and volunteers who come into contact with students to go through Protecting God’s Children training. The Diocese recognizes this program as the most up-to-date, comprehensive safe environments program available today. This can be done online or at a live training. To complete the training online visit http://www.virtusonline.org. Once your training is complete, please print your certificate and send in to the school office. All volunteers must also sign a contract known as the “Volunteer’s Code of Conduct”

 

Parent & Teacher Organization

The PTO is a group of parents committed to enhancing St. John's School. Through fundraising efforts, the PTO helps purchase some of the ‘extras’ for the school, provides networking for St. John's families and appreciation for students and staff. This group has monthly, evening meetings during the school year. To learn more about PTO click HERE.

 

Uniforms

While in school the students need to be focused on their job of learning. Uniforms help that focus by eliminating distractions and competition. 

 

Supply List

Forms

Senior Saints Grandparents Group

Senior Saints Grandparents Group – Our Senior Saints are grandparents and senior friends of St. John School. This group meets monthly during the school day for fellowship, to work on projects and to help in the classrooms. Members of this group also volunteer their time to help with school events and fundraisers. For more information, please contact Chris Olds at christina_olds49201@yahoo.com.

 

Parent Volunteers

Parents and adult family members are encouraged to be actively involved in our school family. Listed below are some of the many opportunities for parent involvement. 

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