Service Hour Forms – Middle School
The School-Parent Handbook includes information about policies and procedures at Our Lady of the Lake School for all students and families. Parents and students are required to read the handbook, print and sign the first page, indicating they have read it and agree to abide by it, and turn it into the school office within the first two weeks of school.
Playground Volunteers (K-8th Grade)
If you are unable to attend your scheduled playground duty, it is your responsibility to find a replacement. Remember the safety of the children depend on our playground volunteers. Playground sign-up can be found under School in your SchoolSpeak account online.
Hot Lunch Info
PK-12 students will be eligible to eat 1 free breakfast meal and 1 free lunch meal each school day.
The federal government will cover the cost of the meal for students that qualify for educational benefits (known as free/reduced price meals). The State of Minnesota will cover the cost of students that do not qualify for educational benefits (previously known as paid students).
For information on paying online, please contact Deb Bailey at the Westonka Food Service, 952-491-8088. Families, if your household income is equal to or less than the maximum total income chart below, be sure to complete and submit the Educational Benefits Application to help OLL capture critical state & federal educational funding.
|Maximum Total Income (SY23-24)|
|Household size||$ Per Year||$ Per Month||$ Twice Per Month||$ Per 2 Weeks||$ Per Week|
|For each add’l person||9,509||793||397||366||183|
Meal prices are:
- Our Lady of the Lake Student Lunch (includes milk): No Cost
- Reduced Price/Student: No Cost
- Adult or Second Lunch: $4.95
- Extra entrees such as pizza: $4.00
- Extra Milk: $0.60 Kids that bring a bagged lunch from home or students wishing to purchase a 2nd milk will be charged $0.60. Milk is not free without the selection of a meal.
Essential 3 Training
To Volunteer and interact with children in the school, you need to be E3 certified. Everything is online. If you have never gone through the training, you can follow the steps below to setup up your account. If you already have an account, please make sure that you are up to date on everything.
Dear OLL Parents,
All employees, and volunteers who interact with minors, are required to complete and maintain safe environment credentials through the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis.
To ensure successful completion of the requirements, follow the information below before creating your VIRTUS account. If you have an existing VIRTUS account, contact Carol Franck at [email protected] or 952-472-8251 for assistance so your account can be updated prior to login.
Total Time Commitment: Approximately 95 minutes
1. Set aside sufficient time to complete all items without logging out.
Incomplete accounts may result in lost data, requiring you to repeat your setup.
2. Read and follow the directions on the website in the order presented.
Skipping items, fast-forwarding or backing up may corrupt your account and require you to repeat your assignments.
a. Complete each registration field as presented on the screen
b. Complete the Code of Conduct
c. Complete the Background Check application (SSN is required)
d. Complete Safe Environment Training (1 module, approximately 75 minutes)
VIRTUS website: virtusonline.org
How to Report Abuse and Victim Assistance
“The first obligation of the Church with regard to the victims is for healing and reconciliation.” USCCB
If you or someone you know has been abused, exploited or harassed by a clergy member, religious brother or sister or lay employee or volunteer of a parish, or Catholic school, your first call should be to law enforcement.
Your are also encouraged to contact the archdiocese’s Victim Assistance Program at 651-291-4475.
For confidential, compassionate assistance from an independent and professional local care provider, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, contact Canvas Health at 612-379-6363.