'Participation' is the voluntary and generous engagement of a person in social interchange. It is necessary that all participate, each according to his position and role, in promoting the common good. This obligation is inherent in the dignity of the human person.
CCC 1913



During the year we undertake many service projects at all grade levels. At St. Michael School we consider it a blessing to be able to help less fortunate members of our community in various ways. Some of the projects in which we participate include:

  • Serving at Adoration
  • Assisting with supply and uniform sales
  • Assisting buddies with various activities
  • Babysitting during Mass
  • Baking for sales for the needy
  • Collecting hats and mittens for the Christ Child Society
  • Collecting items for the needy during Lent
  • Collecting pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House Foundation
  • Collecting soup labels
  • Creating cards for children in hospitals and in Easter Baskets for the elderly, sick parishioners, nursing home patients
  • Helping the Knights of Columbus as Fish Fry volunteers
  • Gathering trash around school
  • Collecting Halloween candy for the Homeless Families Foundation and St. Vincent DePaul Association
  • Helping with the parish festival
  • Giving up treats during Lent and donating saved money to Operation Rice Bowl
  • Donating shoeboxes filled with basic items for impoverished children throughout the world (Operation Christmas Child)
  • Thanksgiving and Christmas prayer services