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Service learning experiences provide students with opportunities to develop community engagement; ‘real world’ learning and enhance civic responsibility. The students are required to complete a total of 40 hours to fulfill the graduation requirement. To assist in obtaining service hours, the School to Career Transition Coordinator posts volunteer opportunities on the service bulletin board as well as weekly school-wide emails. The suggestions offered to students are options, students can volunteer in many other ways as well. Students have been involved in a wide variety of opportunities ranging from blood drives, soup kitchens, sports and Big Brother Big Sister mentors, academic and language tutoring, farmers markets, and many local community activities and events. For freshman or new students, service hours matriculate at the start of the school year and can continue into the following summer.

In order to receive a parking pass, seniors must have a minimum of 30 hours completed, Juniors 20 hours, and Sophomores 10 hours.

For further information please contact the
School to Career/Transition Coordinator, 

Katie Napierkoski
(603) 845-1558 x 5200

Service Program Hour Log (PDF)
Volunteer Opportunity Form


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