5 ways to bring your school’s community together for the greater good

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It might not be obvious to those working through mountains of homework each night, but the years spent throughout the K-12 school system are some of the most important years in life. 

Not only are kids accruing skills necessary for adulthood, but they’re forging the kinds of friendships that will turn into the type of meaningful relationships that last forever. 

School is also the perfect way for kids to participate in the types of extracurricular activities everyone looks forward to after that last bell rings: Sports, theatre, book clubs, crew, and community service. Yep, that’s right — community service. Whether they’re the first grade or a senior in high school, helping the community is a perfect way for kids to flex those newly-accrued adult skills while giving back. Here’s how parents and students alike can bring their school community together.  Read more...

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5 ways to bring your school’s community together for the greater good

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It might not be obvious to those working through mountains of homework each night, but the years spent throughout the K-12 school system are some of the most important years in life. 

Not only are kids accruing skills necessary for adulthood, but they’re forging the kinds of friendships that will turn into the type of meaningful relationships that last forever. 

School is also the perfect way for kids to participate in the types of extracurricular activities everyone looks forward to after that last bell rings: Sports, theatre, book clubs, crew, and community service. Yep, that’s right — community service. Whether they’re the first grade or a senior in high school, helping the community is a perfect way for kids to flex those newly-accrued adult skills while giving back. Here’s how parents and students alike can bring their school community together.  Read more...

More about Supported, Community, Afi 2017, Social Good, and Work Life
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