Volunteer Your Time and Talent
At OLV, community is alive and well! Parents working with our administration and faculty ensures each student's success. Together, we can make OLV a better place to learn and grow! 

Volunteering at your child's school has been statistically proven (by the U.S. government's National Center for Educational Statistics) to encourage children to achieve higher grades and greater motivation to learn and to make long-lasting social connections. Having a parent who spends some time at school makes a child feel important, better connected, more secure and ultimately leads to more investment on the part of young learners. Many parenting books advising parents on how to help their children excel in school gives the best example to get involved in school activities. 

God has provided us with an abundance of gifts! Your time, talent and treasure has been given to you so that you might be a blessing to others. We need your Help! Think about YOUR special talents and abilities. How can you use them for God's work here at OLV? 
How Can I Participate in the OLV Community?

There are many opportunities for parents, grandparents and guardians to volunteer and get involved. Please consider the following:

  • Newsletter Writing
  • Open House Volunteers
  • Alumni Development
  • Coaching Sports Clinics
  • Coaching Team Sports
  • Destination Imagination Team Coaches
  • Parking Lot Attendants
  • Lunch/ Playground Monitors

Join any of the already established committees/ associations:

  • Marketing and Development Committee
  • Playground Committee
  • Beautification Committee
  • Functions Committee
  • Parent's Guild
  • Facility and Grounds Committee

For more ways to volunteer, please contact Principal Marilyn Willand or your child's classroom teacher.

 

Our Lady of the Valley Regional School | 75 Mendon Street - Uxbridge, MA 01569 | 508-278-5851

Fax: 508-278-0391 | Email: principal@ourladyofthevalleyregional.com

 

 

It is the policy of Our Lady of the Valley not to discriminate on the basis of age, race, gender, nation of origin, or religion in its admission decisions, educational programs, services, activities, or employment.