Community Service Opportunities – UPDATE Nov. 27, 2018

Updated Nov. 27, 2018 …  Open this post for a current list of 2018-19 opportunities, including helping at Kilby Shores Elementary’s Holiday Gift Shop.

  • Suffolk Public Schools is sharing these community service opportunities as a public service.  Organizations outside of Suffolk Public Schools are not sponsored, endorsed, or in any way connected to Suffolk Public Schools or the Suffolk City School Board.
  • Kilby Shores Elementary PTA is looking for middle and high schools students who can help set up the school’s Holiday Gift Shop.  They need helpers on Wednesday, Nov. 28 and Thursday, Nov. 29 — both days from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.  The job will involve unpacking, taking inventory, and displaying. Even if you can only work part of that time, please contact Jacqulyn Lane by email at kilbyshoreses@gmail.com or by calling (757) 536-9272.
  • Kilby Shores Elementary PTA is looking for middle and high schools students who assist elementary students shopping for their friends and family at the annual Holiday Gift Shop.  The dates are Monday, Dec. 3, Tuesday, Dec. 4, Wednesday, Dec. 5, Thursday, Dec. 6, and Friday, Dec. 7 — from 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.    Even if you can only work part of that time, please contact Jacqulyn Lane by email at kilbyshoreses@gmail.com or by calling (757) 536-9272.
  • Library of Virginia is looking for volunteers to do online computer work to transcribe documents from Virginia’s history.   They are currently seeking volunteers to help with “Virginia Untold: African American Narrative” and with “Profiles of Honor: Virginia’s Commemoration of the World Wars.”  Items and collections updated weekly.  Want an account?  Need more info?  Send an email to makinghistory@virginiamemory.com
  • Nursing Careers and Pathways Inc. is looking for peer tutors for middle and high school students in the program, particularly in math and science.  Program participants meet the first and third Saturdays of each month through June 1 at Sentara Obici Hospital.  Contact Regina McKinney for details (rmckinneycrna@gmail.com / (757) 218-6871)  — posted 10-24-18

Suffolk Public Schools is committed to preparing our students with the skills they will need to adapt to a rapidly changing world. New local and state graduation requirements will be implemented for rising ninth grade students, beginning September 2013 and beyond.  The new requirements will contribute to and enhance our students’ ability to accomplish their educational, personal, and career goals.

Community Service
The community service requirement is designed to promote civic responsibility through active participation in service experiences, to enhance the students’ ability and desire to impact the community, to foster a sense of caring for others, and to develop a habit of volunteer service to those in need as a part of the College and Career Readiness initiative. Students must earn 50 hours of community service before graduation.

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