Parent Organizations & Volunteering
PTO (Parent and Teacher Organization) - The PTO is a group of parents committed to enhancing St. John’s School. Through our fund-raising efforts we help purchase some of the “extras” for our school, provide fellowship and networking for St. John families, and appreciation for the staff. The group has monthly, evening meetings during the school year.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Cafeteria/Recess Sub – Volunteer is available to assist the lunch supervisors with recess and lunchroom from 11:00 to 12:15 when needed.
Basketball Coaches – The basketball program for boys and girls in grades 4 through 6 is conducted through the City of Jackson Recreation Department. Coaches are selected by the Recreation Department.
Field Day Assistant – Volunteers are needed to help with our June Field Day event.
Girl Quest - Attend training session, and coordinate after-school twice weekly program for girls in grades 3 through 6. Runs March through May.
Library Volunteer - Assist Mrs. Staudacher in school library on weekly or monthly basis.
Mileage Club Volunteer – Must be available during both lunch hours to stamp student cards for each lap that is completed around the designated course. This activity is held in the spring.
New Family Open House Volunteer – Assist with greeting interested families and in giving them a brief tour of the school. Follow-up contact to make the family feel welcomed as a part of our school family is encouraged.
Room Parents – Assist teacher as needed. May include planning classroom holiday parties and helping with other special classroom projects.
School Improvement Committee Member – Join with other parents and teachers to set and achieve goals for school improvement.
Accelerated Math Volunteer – Help primary grade students within the classroom as directed by teacher.