St. Anthony School

VOLUNTEER PROCESS

 


Parent Volunteering

     Volunteers are an important part of our school community. Volunteering is tangible proof of your commitment to the school, its mission, and the part it plays in your child’s life. It is a way to teach your children to work for what they truly believe in and value. Parent volunteers not only model Christian values and help our school function efficiently, it is also how we build a strong community and maintain the sense of family that has always characterized St. Anthony School. To our returning parents, we thank you for your past support and hope you can continue to give of your time and talents this school year.

    For those of you who are new to our school, please do not hesitate to volunteer! Your help is greatly appreciated and it’s a great way of getting involved in your child’s school life. A formidable team is created when school and the home work together for the best interests of the children!

Volunteer Application and Training
    Our school is committed to protecting God’s children by providing a safe and secure environment for all minors who participate in school activities.  As part of that effort, all adults who work regularly with minors in the Diocese of Manchester must fulfill the following requirements:

Before you can volunteer, you are required to complete the following:

1. Submit a Diocesan Volunteer Application

Download from Diocesan Website: Volunteer Application(pdf)
or
contact school and one will be sent home for you.

2.   Complete child abuse awareness online training Shield the Vulnerable as well as read and acknowledge our diocesan Code & Policy.

Go to:     DIOCESE OF MANCHESTER Online Child Safety Training Site













Select:


1. First Time Signup
 2.  Catholic Dioceses
 3. Manchester Diocese (NH)
(Note: Refresher training is required every three (3) years.)
4.  Complete Diocesan Criminal Records background checks for all states in which you have resided during the past 5 years. Your name will also be checked on the national sex offender website: www.nsopw.gov

This form will be provided to you once #1 and #2 above have been completed.

Upon receipt of the your application and notification of completed training, the appropriate background check release forms will be issued to you to be completed and notarized.




For further information, please contact
Mrs. Beebe,
Safe Environment Coordinator


Visit online:
Diocese of Manchester, Safe Environment
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