Volunteering

St. Joseph Regional Catholic School is fortunate to have many dedicated volunteers who give their time and talents each year to benefit the entire school community. Volunteers truly model Christian values as our students see firsthand the importance of giving back to their community.

Any individual who wishes to become a St. Joe’s volunteer must complete the Diocesan online course (approx. 1 hour) of “Safe Environment Training Programbefore beginning, as well a a criminal background check. Interested candidates should complete a Volunteer ApplicationClick here to access all Manchester Diocese volunteer information.

Any volunteer who provides student transportation is required to submit a copy of his or her driver’s license, proof of insurance, and a signed Diocese of Manchester Driver/Vehicle Registration form.  This correspondence must be submitted each school year.

Depending on the volunteer assignment, volunteers may be asked to attend an orientation meeting.  All volunteers in the school are required to wear name badges (provided and located at the front reception desk) and sign in when entering and leaving the school.

A volunteer training guide is available that can help answer general questions in regards to volunteering at St. Joe’s . In addition, feel free to contact the Safe Environment Coordinator for specific questions on how to become a volunteer.  To access the Volunteer Training Guide, click on the following link:  St. Joe’s Volunteer Training.

For questions about the St. Joe’s Parent Volunteer Association (PVA), contact Christine Latino at clatino@sjrcs.com.
To sign up for volunteering, click here.