• Get Involved in District 622

  • There are many ways in which parents, families, and other stakeholders can get involved with District 622. The level of involvement can vary from volunteering to chaperone a field trip to serving on a district advisory committee or a school’s parent group, to responding to surveys, and more.

    Volunteer
    School District 622 values volunteers in our district. There is no stronger statement of parent and community support than the valuable time you invest in our students. From helping our young people learn to read, to working endless hours for a school activity, and everything in between, you send a powerful message that you are invested in our community’s children and their education.

    To help us match you with a meaningful opportunity, please visit the Volunteer Opportunities website at www.isd622.org/volunteer and complete the volunteer application. If you would prefer to complete a paper volunteer application form, please pick one up at the District Education Center, Community Education office (2nd floor), 2520 East 12th Avenue, North St. Paul, MN. If you would like a volunteer application form mailed to you, please call the Partnership Specialist at 651-748-7437.

    Every school has a designated volunteer coordinator. Their email addresses can be found at www.isd622.org/parentvolunteers.

    Parent Organizations
    Each school has a parent group that meets regularly. These parents provide fundamental support to that building supporting students, staff, and administration through events and other activities. Check your school’s website or newsletter for more information.

    Q & A Sessions and Forums
    District 622 occasionally holds public information sessions to share information and updates about district programs and activities. These gatherings also provide an opportunity for parents and other interested community members to provide input and have a dialog with district leadership.

    Online Surveys
    Periodically, District 622 conducts surveys of its stakeholders to collect information about district programs and services. For example, a parent survey is sent out each spring. Parents are encouraged to respond to this opportunity to provide feedback to the superintendent, school board, and district administration.