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Service Learning

7th graders helping out at Parents As Teachers for NPDC 2018

 

Community service is a key component of the Topeka Collegiate Middle School experience. Service Learning supports the overall mission of our school by showing a commitment to humanitarian ideals. They are an excellent opportunity for students to explore their roles as active and productive citizens of their school, city, country, and world. 

All students are able to serve the local community during the school-day three times a year. In addition, we encourage students to initiate their own personal community service involvement. Although any such involvement is voluntary, we would like to acknowledge those who do volunteer. Students with a least 5 hours of community service, outside of the school, during the school year, will be recognized at the awards ceremony at the end of the year. Students with 50-100 hours during the school year will receive a Service Learning Silver Award, and students with over 100 hours during the school year will receive a Service Learning Gold Award.

Please complete this form and return to the office no later than April 18, 2019.

Volunteer hours are defined as un-paid service, outside of the student's family, for the betterment of a person, organization, church, or community.