Important Notes Concerning Community Service Opportunities:
Students must be a member of the WA Serves club to participate in and earn service hours for community service projects.
Members of the WA Serves club are eligible to earn up to the 20 required service hours by actively participating in supervised activities. The service leadership board sponsors can award hours for participation in all major projects. No student receives hours for attendance at club meetings.
The WA Serves club is the Upper School's new all-encompassing service club*. All students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to join. Club members, through the guidance and direction of the Service Leadership Board, will organize, coordinate, and promote all of the Upper School's community service projects throughout the school year.
Sponsors: Jon Merrill, Linda Wyatt, Ronda Zents, Lori Wiseman, Jenny Green, Beth Schild, Doug Fleming & Bill Nicholson
More about service learning in the Upper School.
Note: In the fall of 2012 WA Serves replaced the following US community service clubs: Excel, Key, Jr. Civitan and Interact.