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Parent's Role in Our School Community

Each parent, as a member of the St. Viator Parish School community, has four roles to perform.


  • To model Christian behavior for their child in the home and in social situations.
  • To take an active role in their child's religious education  and formation at school and in the parish by attending Mass on Sunday.
  • To participate regularly in religious celebrations sponsored by the school and the parish.
  • To involve themselves in the religious education and the formation of their children at home by supporting the religious instruction imparted at school.


  • Helping their child with his or her homework.
  • Reviewing their child's assignments, projects, etc. on a regular basis and providing appropriate encouragement and assistance.
  • Monitoring their child's academics progress and when necessary, look for ways to help their child improve his or her performance.
  • Familiarizing themselves with the rules and regulations of the school.


  • Paying their tuition, fees and using SCRIP.
  • Supporting school-parish sponsored fund-raising events.
  • Participating annually in the parish stewardship program.
  • Supporting special school and classroom projects.


  • Participating in the activities sponsored by the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO).
  • Volunteering their time and expertise to assist the school staff as library assistants, room parents, and office workers.