Service Learning facilitates student learning in and out of the classroom by encouraging and allowing our children to address real needs in the community. Students connect their educational experiences to life beyond the school environment by using their developing skills to undertake activities that include raising money and awareness, championing causes, and volunteering. They learn first-hand the value of social responsibility and citizenship.
Service learning is fully realized when both the providers and the recipients of the service benefit from the activities. Each grade level has adopted a meaningful project to which they can apply their problem-solving skills. Throughout the year, opportunities are provided for the students to reflect on their work and share their experiences with the community at large.