Service Learning

What is Service Learning?
Youth service learning is a form of experiential learning where students apply knowledge, skills, critical thinking, and wise judgment to address community needs.  It is a method by which young people learn and develop through active participation in approved service experience.
Service learning enriches student learning through partnerships with the community.  These real-world experiences provide helpful services to the community and encourages student to become good citizens.  More than anything else reach out and become part of your community.

A great place to find volunteer opportunities are the Career Center and The Volunteer Center of Brown County. Stop by the Career Center to get more information. 

 
Service Learning Awards:

Civic Engagement Awards

This is a Green Bay School District award.  Students who earn 25-49 (white ribbon), 50-74 (red ribbon), or 75-99 (blue ribbon) hours will receive recognition for their efforts. CEA can be earned each year for hours completed between May 1 and April 30.

President’s Volunteer Award

This is a national award for any student who has completed 100 or more qualified hours between May 1 and April 30.  This award can be earned each year.
Bronze – 100-174
Silver – 175-249
Gold – 250 or more

Graduation Service Learning Cords 

This is a Green Bay School District award for any student who has earned at least 100 hours during their high school career.  Cords will be worn at graduation and the honor will be noted in the program. Hours must be turned in by May 1.
 
Students working toward an award MUST have their hours turned in by May 1 of the year they are receiving an award.  The names of qualifying students will be verified and awards ordered.
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