Red Mountain High School Service Learning
MPS Service Learning
RM Service Learning Clubs/Classes/Sports (Option A)
You can earn hours on campus! Here are some classes/clubs/sports that have been known to integrate service into their curriculum. Be sure to check wth your teacher/club sponsor/coach to see if they are tracking your hours or you are. If you are, just ask Mrs. Bianchi for an Option A Timecard!
Teens and Teaching
Computer Maintenance and Repair
And Many More!
Service Learning Application
Please complete this application of your activity is NOT affiliated with a RM class, club, or sport
Steps to Community (non school) Service. Option B
Step 1: Decide where you would like to volunteer (see list above). Contact the oganization to see if they need volunteers.
Step 2: Complete the Service Learning Application (above). This explains what you are doing to Mrs. Bianchi. Remember, you must work for a non profit agency.
Step 3.: Mrs. Bianchi will review your activity. If approved, you will pick up a timecard in Counseling. Ask Mrs. Romero at the front desk if she has one with your name on it. If not, check your email to see if you were not approved for some reason.
Step 4: Serve your community and represent RM! Record your hours, obtain signatures, and hang on to your timecard.
Step 5: Reflection: You are required to participate in a Reflection Activity to document your service and turn in your timecard. You'll share your experience with a small group of students (no stress, just sharing). There are two Reflections a Year (Sept.& April). Mrs. Bianchi will send you an invite with directions. This year you will most likely submit your Powerpoint Reflection through email.
Step 6 If you have done your Reflection and turned in your timecard(s), Mrs. Bianchi will make sure your hours are on your transcript. All 200 hours must be comleted by early April of Senior Year to be considered for the Honor for Excellence in Service Learning (seal on your diploma).