Volunteers are valued members of our community and we sincerely appreciate your hard work and dedication on behalf of our children.
Without volunteers, we would have a difficult time providing many of our extra programs. Giving of your time and talents adds so much to our school community. There is no job that is too small and no task that is too insignificant. May God bless you for all that you do for our children.
The Diocese of Las Vegas has the following requirements for all adults who are employed or who volunteer in our Catholic communities. Each volunteer must attend an Awareness Session entitled "Protecting God's Children," also known as VIRTUS Training. All employees and certain designated volunteers are also required to complete a monthly on-line training bulletin. In addition to this training, each person must be fingerprinted. All volunteers are required to read the Diocese of Las Vegas Volunteer Handbook, complete the Diocese of Las Vegas Volunteer application, and sign the acknowledgement form.
You are a valued member of our school community.
You have the right to be treated with the same respect as any adult staff member, whether paid or not.
You have the right to worship with us.
You have the right to the tools and information necessary to perform the tasks to which you are assigned.
You have the right to ask questions and receive assistance.
Volunteers are asked to arrive on time, sign in at the school office and perform the assigned task.
The volunteer respects and enforces the rules.
The volunteer remembers that the school exists for the students and treats students the way that Jesus would if He were a volunteer.
The volunteer asks for instruction and assistance when needed.
The volunteer will dress appropriately for the situation, remembering that moral values are part of our teaching.
The volunteer will be a positive role model at all times.
The volunteer will be supportive of St. Anne School.
Statement from Bishop Pepe
Bishop Pepe has specifically chosen the Virtus program to comply with the mandates of The Charter for the Protection of Children and Young Adults. Our Bishop outlines specifically his and the Diocese commitment to protecting vulnerable adults and children in our community. A copy of this letter can be found in the Resources box on the right, and it is also included on the Diocesan website.