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Volunteer Requirements

Each school family is required to volunteer at least 40 hours during the 24/25 school year. Volunteers for the family can be any eligible family member or even a family friend.  A big part of the close-knit school community is due to the presence on campus of our families’ parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, older siblings, etc. Without the help of our entire community, the cost of tuition would be much higher as we would have to hire more staff to do things that volunteers can do. In addition, by having volunteers, our students benefit from the interactions with more caring adults. We provide a wide range of volunteer opportunities including things that can be taken home and done in the evenings and on weekends to help those families whose working situations do not allow for volunteer time during school hours. All volunteers are cleared through background checks, Archdiocesan trainings, and requirements.

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Fundraising for ECE and K-8

In order to keep tuition rates affordable, there are three major fundraisers in which families are encouraged to participate in.  The first one is the Jog-a-Thon is generally held around the end of October. Families are asked to collect pledges. Many families find that they can go beyond this by getting creative. Some post videos on social media with a link to our Square store with their students talking about the annual jog-a-thon and asking for pledges. This allows families to reach out-of-state friends and family to help support this fundraiser. Students also have the opportunity to sign up for weekend Masses. They come in dress uniform with posters, signs and pledge cards and are often very successful in reaching or even exceeding the minimum amount in pledges. Our parishioners are very supportive of our students!

The second major fundraiser is our annual auction dinner. For this fundraiser, families are asked to sell at least fifteen Benefit Raffle Drawing Tickets at a cost of $10 per ticket. For every ticket sold, the family’s name is entered into a drawing for a chance to win $1,500 off the next year’s tuition or 20% of part-time ECE students tuition. Winners of the Benefit Raffle Drawing receive monetary gifts ranging from $100 to $1000.

The third being our school family bingos. We typically have 2-3 a year. We ask that each family bring in an item valued between $15-$20 the correlates with the theme.

Support the PTO with the Bottle Drop fundraiser! Bring a bag of recyclable cans and bottles to school every Tuesday. Students who bring a bag will get a free dress coupon!


If you are interested in helping with the jog-a-thon, please contact Shawna in the school office or email There are many different ways in which you can help including but not limited to putting together pledge envelopes, collecting and recording pledges, planning class and individual prizes, planning for the day of the jog-a-thon, helping run the jog-a-thon on the day, and many more. The jog-a-thon is the second most important fundraiser of the year and its success is dependent on an organized and well-run committee. Families are asked to raise jog-a-thon pledges.  Your account will be billed at the end of the event as indicated on the current year’s information for any outstanding amount.


Every school year, we are in need of a volunteers to help with the school auction. We anticipate that we will hold our annual auction dinner in April.  The auction dinner is the main fundraiser of the year. If you are interested, please contact the school office or email


Our Parent/Teacher Organization has grown into a wonderful group of parents, grandparents, and 1-2 staff representatives at each meeting. Meetings are typically held once a month in the evening beginning in September. The PTO has helped with many things such as room parents, holiday parties and programs, special assemblies, Health Week, Teacher Appreciation Week, field trips, Bingo and Dinner nights, and much more. It is an excellent way to get to know the staff and other parents and find fun ways to fulfill your volunteer requirements.

My favorite part of St. Anne’s is seeing all my friends and learning math & spelling.

~ Dezden, student