Parent Volunteer Program – (MVP)
MyVolunteerPage (MVP) is the parent volunteer and service program of St. Francis Catholic High School.
Why we have parent service hours.
Parent volunteers are an essential part of the St. Francis Catholic High School community. Volunteers are needed throughout the year for many events, including Admissions, Advancement, Academics, Arts, and Athletic events, as well as administrative tasks. St. Francis offers parents a multitude of opportunities to participate in the life of the school, working alongside faculty, staff, and other committed parents for the good of our students and school.
We are blessed to have many opportunities for parents to volunteer on campus! While family service hours are required, we know that many families contribute more than the basic requirement. Because of such dedication and support, St. Francis is able to provide our Troubies a holistic and enriching education grounded in our pillars of faith, excellence, leadership, and service. Thank you in advance for your service to our Troubies and the St. Francis community.
2020-21 Parent Service Requirements
With the resurgence of COVID-19 cases in our county and the impact on how we are beginning the school year and the types of gatherings we can have, we will not be requiring mandatory parent service hours for the 2020-2021 school year. The environment is very fluid and our desire is to be in community together as much as possible; we know that this will take effort and the support of our entire community when the time comes that we can safely gather.
While we will not have mandatory parent service requirements, we will still have need for volunteer help (done in adherence to all safety standards) and material donations throughout the entire year. We will be reaching out to you, our families, with those needs through postings on MVP and in the Principal’s Newsletter. We know that our SFHS community will always rise up to help as needs arise!
Also, our parent and grandparent groups will still be active and involved in fostering community so consider joining one of these clubs: Parents’ Guild, Dad’s Club, Booster Club, Patrons’ of the Arts or the Grandparents Club.
We hope this clarification of the 2020-2021 service requirements helps alleviate any concerns you may have.
All volunteers must comply with Diocese Volunteer Regulations - See Forms & Requirements to Volunteer Here
How do I find out about volunteer opportunities?
- Service hour opportunities (both active service and donated items) occur throughout the entire year; these opportunities will be posted on the MVP system. Sign-Up on MVP (My Volunteer Portal). Learn More about MVP and how to set-up your account here. Excess hours do not carry over to the next school year.
Who may perform the volunteer hours?
- Parents, guardians and grandparents only may perform service hours.
- Siblings, students and other relatives may not earn parent hours.
- Extra hours may not be donated to other families.