Mission Partner Opportunities and Requirements
We would love to have you join us as a school Mission Partner!
That’s what we call our volunteers at All Saints, as we are all working together with the same goal:
Guiding children to Christ through Faith, Community, Learning, and Service.
Mission Partners are an integral part of our school and have many roles including morning drop-off, lunchroom/recess, office and classroom help, chaperoning field trips, fundraising activities and projects, and more.
"Many hands make light work!"
Our parents are encouraged to be involved in the day-to-day school activities at All Saints and are welcome in the school and in classrooms, whether visiting or volunteering. All Saints knows that parental involvement also empowers parents by providing each family with a greater stake in our school’s success.
All Mission Partners must have Virtus requirements completed prior to volunteering at school.
NEW IN 2023-2024:
This year, all families will help with lunch/recess and morning drop-off, if your family uses it. We are asking each family to help with three lunchroom/recess and three morning drop-off shifts. That’s it! That’s all it will take to cover most of the shifts for these two necessary events that happen every day!
In addition to these opportunities, many events open up during the school year, so watch for them in the newsletter or your email! Complete the requirements early so you will be ready to jump in when opportunities arise!
Mission Partner Requirements/Virtus: New and Returning
The Archdiocese of St. Paul/Minneapolis requires all Mission Partners to complete the “Essential 3”. The “Essential 3” or E3 include an online training course, a completed background check, and a signed code of conduct. The E3 needs to be renewed every three years.