Community Service - North
Community Service Learning
Community Service Learning provides students with experiences which may provide application of classroom learning, awareness of career opportunities, and understanding of his/her role in society.
For more information, please phone or e-mail our Community Service Coordinator:
Carolyn A. Hosler, (586) 493-5270 ext 1230
Ms. Hosler is located in the Library at L'Anse Creuse High School - North. Students may stop in to receive information about accumulated hours and volunteer opportunities.
*note- Community Service-Learning is a service without pay to a Non-Profit organization, an individual or group in need. (no babysitting counts unless for a non-profit organization)
Please keep checking on line and in the community service office for new opportunities
All donations are due in the CSL office (in library). Be sure your donations are in a bag/and with a log sheet with students name
Community Service Graduation Requirements
Community service is service without pay to a non-profit agency/organization, an individual, or a group in need.
- Students must complete 40 hours of service and a reflection questionnaire, before May 1st of their senior year. Service may begin the summer prior to a student’s freshmen year.
- For students enrolled after the first semester of their freshmen year, the requirement will be prorated to equal five hours times the number of semesters enrolled in L’Anse Creuse Public Schools.
- Service must be performed outside of school hours unless under the supervision of the classroom teacher and directly tied to the curriculum. (Service-Learning)
- All community service must be pre-approved by the community service-learning coordinator.
- Childcare/babysitting count only when done for a non-profit organization.
- Helping family members is done out of love and is not considered community service.
As of June 10, 2016 Community Service hours will be limited to crediting 8 hours a day per activity
This will include:
- stat keeping/assistant coaching/equipment managers/event set up and tear downs
- play productions/dramas/musical or talent show
- co-teaching or co-coaching cheerleaders/sporting activities/dance and recitals/gymnastics
To be eligible for a Presidential Award Seniors must have 100 hours of Community Service on file and a Reflection turned in by March 1, 2019
To be eligible for an Honor Cord Seniors must have 80 hours of Community Service on file and Reflection turned in by March 28, 2019
Graduation requirement of 40 hours and a Reflection of file by May 1, 2019
Application of Lessons
“I kept stats for the team, so that helped me with my math skills." Nicole
“ I felt academic service-learning was an effective learning tool, because it gave me hands on experience with what I had to do for that class. I learn easier if I have a visual aid in front of me." Alexis
“ Community Service Learning provided me with increased social skills which may prove very valuable in future career experiences." Dan
“ Working at the Salvation Army made me consider social work as a profession." Emily
“ In my Community Service, I learned that political people do a lot more than you might think to win a seat in state office. It takes more than money and a lot of signs." Justin
“ I think that it’s important for teenagers to be part of a community. We are the future and the more we know, the better it is." Anna