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Discuss the 10 hr per year service requirement. What is he/she passionate about?

Sign up for a project at the fair, or search through opportunities on volunteer websites.

Help your student manage a community service. Visit the MHS website for more info.

Once your student has selected their service help them decide how best to meet the requirement.

Check with your student’s school about when the logs are due.

Does your child have a great idea for a community service project?

If your child has a great idea for a community service project that does not exist, MHS can direct you to the right resources.

Project Examples: Partnering with a government agency to coordinate a race or food drive. Getting a group of friends together to participate in a park clean up with a 501(c) 3 or governmental agency.

Volunteer with your child!

Planning your own service project with your children is one of the best ways to get them involved in the Monroeville community. By volunteering alongside your children, you can:

Get involved in your neighborhood.

Support your favorite community program and organizations.

Demonstrate to your children that service is not just a requirement, it an opportunity to make a difference.

Foster more family communication and bonding.

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