Beginning with the Class of 2024, students must complete 40 hours of service in their local community
as part of their graduation requirements. All projects must be completed during non-instructional time.
- Be pre-approved by an administrator or designee
- Contribute to the completion of a task which will benefit the community, needy individuals, or groups within the community
- Be free of risk to students’ health and safety
- Be appropriate for students’ age, background, and level of maturity
- Be free of political party, campaigning, lobbying, special interest group, or family member
- Not involve direct solicitation of funds nor generate profits for any company. Students may not handle monetary transactions nor collect pledges.
- Not be in the form of worship, but can be with a religiously affiliated organization
- Not involve driving or riding in a car to complete the task
How to Get Started:
- A list of service learning opportunities will be made available to students via Schoology and district website.
- Students will sign-up for opportunities with their administrator or designee.
- The organization’s contact person will verify the student’s completion through Transeo, a digital monitoring platform.
- All service learning projects/events must be pre-approved in order to receive credit for completion.