Arts & Environment
Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA)
Loaves & Fishes
Religious Education Advisory Committee (REAC)
Knights of Columbus
Adult Faith Formation Committee
Loss of Spouse
Children's Shopping Spree
School Advisory Committee (SAC)
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Funeral Lunch Ministry
Home and School Association
Seasonal Item Collections
Senior Care Ministry
Parish Pastoral Council
St. John's Annual Super Sale
Pastoral Care Commission
Easter Egg Hunt
Early Childhood Faith Formation
St. John's School Jubilee 2017
Children's Liturgy of the Word
Sick and Homebound
We Care Weekend
Child Care for Events
Elementary Youth Faith Formation
Growing Through Loss
Holy Family Prayer Group
Vacation Bible School and SON Days
Depression Support Coalition
Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration
Sewing Baptism Gowns
Cultural Outreach Committee
Parish Resource Guide
Essential Piece Invitation
Get involved Today!
St. John’s welcomes the active participation and involvement of parents, grandparents, parish members and high school students in all its activities. We respect parents as the primary educators of their children and support parents in that role. We offer you and your child high academic standards, a faith and values centered curriculum, and a safe, secure environment conducive for learning. We are committed to teaching your child in a way that provides them with a life-long faith and academic foundation.
Classrooms have parent volunteers to coordinate special activities. Some parents read or practice basic skills with small groups of children, many supervise field trips and some volunteer to help with whole class projects and events. We encourage our parents and community leaders to share career and life experiences that correlate with class work throughout the school year.
We are very blessed to have an active group of parents at St. John’s. We hope that all new families help us continue this long tradition. Dedicated parents are one the cornerstones of our school’s success. There are several opportunities to get involved at St. John’s. Each parent is given a volunteer form to complete at the beginning of the year or upon registration. Here are some examples of how you can become involved at St. John’s:
Home & School Association
Art room Assistants
According to Archdiocesan risk management guidelines, ALL adults who have contact with children must pass a background check. Also, VIRTUS training is required for all volunteers. Please pick up the packet of background information and authorization forms from the School Office. Forms remain strictly confidential and are returned to the parish.
Dear St. John's School Volunteer:
We wish to welcome you to St. John's and thank you for donating your time, talent and efforts to our school. The involvement of our adult volunteers enhances our programs and strengthens the educational experience of our students.
We have confidence in our partnership with you. We will strive to develop and implement volunteer opportunities that ensure a welcome, safe, and healthy environment that meet the demands and the needs of our students. You are a part of making this happen - and we are grateful to you!
As a volunteer, you will work under the direction of the faculty to support the ultimate goal of meeting the educational needs of children. At St. John's, we are fortunate to have many outstanding staff members and volunteers who are dedicated to the education and welfare of our students.
Thank you for joining our team and for more information about volunteering at St. John's please download the Volunteer handbook.
St. John the Baptist Catholic School Staff