Volunteering at St. Odilia School
Our school mission states that each child will develop "...an understanding of the Gospel's call to service, and an appreciation for the larger community." While we work as a school to teach this, children learn the value of serving their community best through the example set by the adults in their lives.
We value our parents and their desire to be involved in our school. Being “involved” can mean many things to many people. To us, it means participating in class, grade, or school-wide events meant to support our school and enhance the educational environment. When we are all-in and help when we can, our school gets better!
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis requires all volunteers who may have regular or unsupervised contact (including field trips, class parties, mystery reader, coaches, etc.) with minors and/or vulnerable adults must complete the “Essential Three” requirements, which must be renewed every three years.
If you have any questions, please contact Annie Hoffman (651-415-3300 or firstname.lastname@example.org) in our Parish Office.