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Service-Learning May Digest 2019

Posted By Administration, Thursday, May 30, 2019

Summer’s almost here, and students were busy this spring with service-learning in classrooms and afterschool programs. Check out some of the great happenings from the past month. Got a program you want to share? Send us an email at nylcweb@nylc.org!

Ridgefield Academy's Grade 7 and Prospector Theater: The Importance of Making a Difference
Service Learning is an integral part of the curriculum at Ridgefield Academy and builds character development. It teaches students to be thankful for what they have, to empathize with others and to develop a sense of civic responsibility. This results in students being able to see different perspectives. Additionally, they develop confidence and a sense of empowerment, as they discover they can have a lasting impact on others.
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Better World Day: Grass Valley Charter School Students ‘get smart, do good’
Grass Valley Charter School celebrated Better World Day in early May, with the other EL Education schools in their network nationwide.
EL Education (formerly known as Expeditionary Learning) is a network of schools committed to service learning and character education. Grass Valley Charter showcases service learning projects on Better World Day, and throughout the year. Here are a sampling of teaching kids to “get smart, do good,” as EL Education likes to say….
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Turner Elementary to Host Learning Fair
Each year Turner Elementary School has a year-long, whole-school Service Learning project. This year the students focused on Heifer International, an organization that works to end world hunger and poverty. They kicked off the year by reading “Give A Goat” by Jan West Schrock, a picture book which features a grade five class that raises money to purchase a goat to help a family in need through Heifer International.
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Around Town: St. Paul Seventh-Graders Work Hard, Learn in Park Visit
The seventh-graders of St. Paul Catholic Church in North Canton have a long standing partnership with the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. For more than 15 years, they travel to the Cuyahoga Valley Environmental Education Camp for hands-on, multi-day learning experiences.
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