There are many of way to get involved and support St. Matthew Lutheran School and Preschool. For the safety of our students, we require that ALL volunteers that work with students undergo a background check before their first volunteer opportunity. These are completed at no cost to the volunteer. If you would like to volunteer, email Principal Biebert at email@example.com to receive further instructions. Please include your full name and email address. Thank you!
- Classroom aid
- Correcting assignments
- Gathering and preparing project supplies
- Making copies of worksheets or files
- Making bulletin boards
- Field Trip chaperone
- Sports coach or referee
- Help at sports events
- Help in the school office
Speak to Mr. Biebert if you're interested in serving in one of these ways, or if you have another idea.
Box Tops for Education
Many of the items you purchase every day include Box Tops for Education on their packaging. Simply clip any symbol marked Box Tops for Education (example shown below), turn them in to your child's teacher, and St. Matthew earns money for each label. For a list of participating products for Box Tops for Education, click here.
Shop with Scrip
Shopping with Scrip is easy. Simply use scrip gift cards for everyday purchases, and St. Matthew earns a percentage of the value of each gift card at no additional cost to you. For example, you could purchase a $50 Applebee's gift card and St. Matthew would earn 8%, or $4, of the value of the gift card! Please speak to Mrs. Biebert in the office for submitting orders. There are hundreds of nationwide retailers to choose from. See a full list of available retailers here.
Target's Take Charge of Education
Designate St. Matthew as your school of choice on your Target REDcard debit or credit card and Target will donate 1% of all your REDcard purchases to our school. Sign up here.
Planet Green Recycling
This program allows us to raise money for our school while being faithful stewards of the earth God has given us. Planet Green offers two ways to give back to St. Matthew: