Volunteer hours for the 2020-2021 school year have been amended. Families are required to fulfill 20 hours of volunteer time and single family households 10 hours. Due to the ongoing situation with the pandemic, the administration will be revisiting this requirement at the end of each trimester to confirm the viability for families to safely volunteer.
Each family with a child/ren in full day PreK-3 through Grade 8 is required to provide service to the school. Families with a child in the ½ day PreK-3 or PreK-4 only (no other sibling attending full day) are required to provide fewer hours of service to the school. Single-parent families have a reduced service hour obligation. Single-family service hours fee status must be presented to and approved by Rosanna Rensberger, school principal, prior to October 1st of the current school year.
Families not fulfilling their service requirement will be charged for unmet hours at the rate of $15 per hour.
Service hours are due in the online log by May 15th. Outstanding service fees will be charged to the family’s FACTS account on June 20th. If a family knows that they will be performing service hours for the school after the May 1st deadline, they should log that service into the service hour log book, prior to May 15th, and indicate what their service will be and the hours and date it will be performed. An example of this would be service hours for graduation, end of the year class parties, etc. Parents may accrue hours for service with the Church of the Resurrection CYO basketball leagues and the Church of the Resurrection or St. Paul's sponsored Scout groups. Each hour of CYO or Scout volunteer time counts as a half hour of volunteer time. Up to 15 hours of CYO or Scout troop time may be logged towards volunteer service for a family or 7.5 hours for a single-family household. The remaining hours need to be performed for the direct benefit of the school.