Family Service Program (FSP)
Christ the King School continues to develop as a vibrant Catholic community in part because of the high level of family involvement in school activities and events. By supporting the school through service hours, families are actively working to maintain this positive culture and ensure the continued success of Christ the King Catholic School. Thank you in advance for demonstrating the values of service, generosity and community for your child and others through the Family Service Program.
Q: How many service hours does my family need to complete?
A: All CTK families are contracted to support the school through the Family Service Program with:
10 hours supporting fundraising activities
15 hours supporting other activities (can also include more fundraising)
6 hours working during Festival (6 p.m. May 17, 2019 – 10 p.m. May 18, 2019)
Q: What types of work count for service hours?
A: Many types of work count for service hours. During the summer and into the fall, committee leads will be organizing teams of volunteers to help with classroom activities, special events, fundraising activities, and more. CLICK HERE to indicate the volunteer opportunities you are interested in supporting. Your contact information will be forwarded to the appropriate committee lead. Many activities have limited openings. Be sure to indicate multiple areas of interest in both the fundraising and personal choice categories for the best chance of being matched to an assignment. Do you have a special skill or talent that you would like to contribute? Enter your information in the “special talent” category.
Q: I’m interested in supporting a particular activity. Who do I contact?
Q: How do I log service hours to receive credit?
A: Please note that all hours must be completed and logged by June 1st.
Q: I forgot to log my hours throughout the year. What do I do?
Q: What happens if my family does not manage to complete all of the required service hours for the year?
A: Families are billed $30 per hour for all unworked hours. Money for hours not worked is due by June 1st.