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The Divine Child Parent Guild is an organization dedicated to supporting Divine Child Elementary School. The Parent Guild promotes educational activities through parental and financial support of field trips and other programs, as well as providing funds to purchase supplies and equipment for Divine Child Elementary School.
Melissa Celani – Co-President
Dawn Hansen – Co-President
(Second from left)
Amy Moore – Treasurer
(Second from right)
Samantha Hunt-Kline – Secretary
Membership in the Parent Guild is open to all Divine Child Elementary School parents, teachers, staff or other interested individuals. All are welcomed to attend the monthly Parent Guild meetings. For further information, please email email@example.com or call the School Office.
Our Dedicated Official Volunteers Emanating Spirit
Divine Child Elementary School’s D.O.V.E.S. program was initiated to provide assistance to our Elementary School teachers, support staff, Parents Guild, and the organizers of the various school activities that occur during the school year.
We invite parents, grandparents, parishioners, and friends of Divine Child Elementary School to help at our school. Please note that each family is expected to volunteer at least 15 hours (10 for single-parent households) during the academic year.
Divine Child Elementary School is committed to keeping children safe by following the Archdiocese of Detroit guidelines. The Archdiocese of Detroit combines best practices with continuous improvement to increase awareness of safe programs and surroundings and to empower children, youth and adults to avoid and report unsafe or harmful situations.
At Divine Child Elementary School, every staff member, adult volunteer, and teen volunteer is required to attend training in the prevention, identification and reporting of abuse.
ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST REGISTER AND ATTEND A PROTECTING GOD'S CHILDREN SEMINAR WITHIN SIX MONTHS OF START DATE.
Teen Volunteers: All youth in Grades 9-12 who volunteer in a direct service role involving children, must attend a Called to Serve training workshop. Since teens are minors, the Archdiocese of Detroit recommends volunteers or employees under age 18 working with children be paired with an adult or another teen and be regularly supervised by an adult. Volunteers aged 15-18 are required to have parental permission to attend the Protecting God’s Children Seminar and to have a criminal background check.