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Our New Staff Volunteer Committee Gives Back

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Being part of and giving back to our community is important. That’s why students, staff and families all get involved in our various community service activities. With our new Staff Volunteer Committee, we’re excited to coordinate even more events this school year.

For the committee’s inaugural event, approximately 20 representatives of our school community swapped pencils for trash pickers. Staff and students, including members of National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society, set out around school to collect and bag debris.

Later this term, we’ll be putting on tea and bingo at an assisted living center, serving food at a homeless shelter, and also organizing a drive to collect essential items for community members in need. Stay tuned!

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