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Establishing an environment that welcomes giving of ourselves, sets the example for our youth by exemplifying the very Beatitudes Pier Giorgio Frassati did throughout his lifetime.  When you volunteer your time, you make the school a richer place for your children and their classmates. You also get to see your children spend their day. When you volunteer, you also build relationships with the other parents. This is important for creating a vibrant, supportive community while having fun and making friends!

Please keep an eye out for communication in regards to volunteer opportunities from our Frassati Family Association (FFA) and our school offices via email or click this button for current opportunities. 

Requirements for Volunteering at Frassati Catholic Academy


Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Frassati Catholic Academy! The Archdiocese of Chicago requires all volunteers to complete the following items before they begin their service with children.  

  1. Virtus Registration Online Training (recertify every 3 years)
  2. Mandated Reporter Online Training (recertify every 3 years)
  3. Complete CANTS 22 (required annually)
  4. Complete CANTS 689 (required annually)

  5. AOC Standards of Behavior (required annually)

VIRTUS Training is a 3 hour session all school volunteers are required to attend. This training is conducted for the purpose of protecting children from sexual abuse.  The training educates volunteers on the signs of sexual abuse, methods and means by which offenders commit abuse, and how to prevent abuse.  Virtus sessions, also referred to as “Protecting God’s Children” is an informational meeting to create a level of awareness regarding child safety.            - Required every three years.

MANDATED REPORTER online training takes approximately one hour to complete. Provides training for adult volunteers about how to recognize and report child abuse and neglect.  Please forward a paper or electronic copy of the completion certificate to the school office.  - Required every three years.

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