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Brief Description of SL Project: These students collect recyclables and redeemable trash from sorting receptacles they have placed throughout the school. Students maintain a dumpster that is emptied on a routine basis by a recycling center.
Funds from redeemables are given to Phantom Fund gathering donations for a prosthetic limb for a student. Eleventh graders cross-age mentor a group of pre-vocational eighth grade students and Pre — K daycare students, teaching them about the recycling project, and passing on information they have learned.
All students increase organizational, communication, and leadership skills.
They gain understanding of the necessity for recycling and how the process occurs. All gain a sense of civic participation and awareness of the needs of others. The Community Need the Project is Meeting: Students are addressing the issue of the large amount of recyclable trash that the school produces that would normally be sent by train to the transfer station for disposal.
Students have viewed the paper and cardboard waste from each classroom determining the need for receptacles in each room as well as common areas in the building. Students are aware of the redeemable containers utilized by people in the building and determined that recycling those products would also serve to raise funds for the fund collecting for a prosthetic limb needed by a student.
Students act as cross-aged mentors educating middle school and pre — K students about recycling. Students help the school conduct itself in an ecologically friendly manner and save the school district disposal fees.
Students become aware of the physical limitations of another student and band together to raise money to help obtain a prosthetic limb. Due to the ongoing nature of the project students determine collection frequency required and scheduling.
Students work approximately two hours weekly on actual collection although the practice of sorting disposed trash happens continuously.
There is a tremendous impact on the student waiting for the prosthetic and the entire school and school district has benefitted for the recycling. Connections with Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks: Students peer-promote the idea of recycling of plastic bottles to the students at Cape Tech.
Bottles and cans are generated from water and soda machines located in the cafeteria. Bottles and cares are sorted and distributed to proper recycling centers. Profits from the collected redeemable products go to a senior graduation project that is raising money for an alumnus who lost his arm in an accident.
Science, Technology and Engineering: Recycling is related to the Unit on resources, including ESS standards: With the ongoing nature of the project the students guide how the redeemable funds will be utilized.
They arrange the frequency and schedule of collection. Students able to translate the amount collected into a monetary savings for the school.Discusses the concept of "Reflection" as a vital component to Academic Service-Learning.
As a result of reflection, students form conscious links between self, school and community and explore the value that comes from civic engagement. My main concern, at the start of my service learning, was the lack of resources available to immigrants in our community, but as I hugged the women who walked through the door I realized one of the most crucial resources they lacked was friendship.
A community-service project refers to a service that a person or group performs for the benefit of his or her local community. The team which I was part of decided to sponsor a Mother’s Day spaghetti dinner for the athletic department at a local Christian school.
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Daycare Community Service Reflection Paper. Service Learning for a Requirement to Graduate School and education is something that most everyone has an opinion on. Opinions are okay to have. Education is the method in how people gain a larger sense of knowledge with the help of curriculum, teachers, administration and peers.
A Convoy of Hope Community Event is a united act of compassion that helps families in need. Local churches, businesses, community service and health organizations partner with us to provide guests with groceries, medical and dental screenings, prayer, haircuts, lunch, veteran services, music, a kids’ carnival, children’s shoes, job and career services, community services, family portraits.