Volunteering models an attitude of Christian service and stewardship to our students.  This commitment of service helps build a stronger community among families, school and parish staff, and the greater parish.

Volunteering reduces operating costs of the school, which in turn impacts tuition rates.  School security and safety are enhanced.  Teachers can focus more of their time on educating students.  The number of volunteer hours donated by parents can influence accreditation and grant money for the school.

Every school family commits to volunteering a minimum of 20 hours to the school or parish.  Families can volunteer more than the minimum if they wish.


  • Cafeteria (serving lunch)
  • Classroom Parent Volunteer
  • Parent/Teacher Organization
  • Coaching (Athletics and Academic Clubs)
  • Annual Gala fundraiser
  • Halloween Carnival
  • Christmas Shoppe
  • Christmas Ornament Sales
  • Catholic Schools Week
  • Box Tops & Labels for Education
  • Golf Tournament
  • Spring Event (Walk-a-Thon)
  • Library
  • Eagle Eye (adult campus monitor)
  • Scrip sales after weekend Masses
  • Athletic Booster Club
  • School Clean-up Day
  • Book Fair
  • Yearbook
  • Mentor for New School Family
  • Parent Ambassadors
  • Theatre and Music

There are many other opportunities throughout the year to help in the school.  Examples are chaperoning field trips, preparing materials for the classroom (especially in the lower grades), or assisting in the classroom.  Requests for volunteers will be posted on Sycamore, in the weekly Announcements, or in teacher communications. 

Volunteer opportunities in the parish also count towards the required commitment; anything from ushering at Mass or answering phones, to vacuuming the church or landscaping.


Volunteers for the school are required by the Archdiocese of Denver to complete Safe Environment Training.  For a complete list of upcoming SET class dates, please click the link below.