Community service is a requirement for graduation and means giving back service to your community. This is strictly voluntary (not paid) and is completed after school hours. It is not babysitting your little brother or helping your relatives move. It is typically completed at local hospitals, churches, day cares, elementary schools, park and recreation areas, and through local organizations.
We are here to help you plan and implement your required community service project. On the right are links providing some of the community service projects available. Below you will find both instructions detailing how to receive community service credit, and the actual community service packet. If you have additional questions, see your counselor . Seniors may also receive additional help from their government or economics teacher.