Service is an important part of the SLHS experience. Students and teachers participate in an annual all-school service day (Giving Day) before Christmas in addition to projects completed by students during the school year.
One component of our core values is community service, and it is an important part of the SLHS experience. Students and teachers participate in an annual all-school service day (Giving Day) before Christmas in addition to projects completed by students during the school year. This component reminds us that God, surrounded by others to care for and share Christ’s love through actions, places us all in a community. This is an opportunity for our young adults to begin preparing their hearts for giving their time and effort to others. A student may arrange their own service work. We will post opportunities in Schoology and in the weekly newsletter as they become available. We are proud of our young people and their servant hearts.
Community Service project:
- Freshmen: 15 hours and a service project.
- Sophomores: 25 hours and a service project.
- Juniors: 35 hours and a service project.
- Seniors: 60 hours and Senior Project
A project is required to be turned into the school. This semester project should include:
- What was the purpose of your service work?
- Explain your goal(s) for volunteer work?
- How have you benefited from volunteering?
- How have others benefited from your volunteer work?
Students may choose one of the following for their project:
- One page essay
- 2-minute video
- 8 Slide PowerPoint
Please submit projects through the Schoology to the student’s adviser.
How do I submit my hours?
Login to GradeLink as a parent. Click service hours on the left side, click student, add an entry, put in the date, hours, description, supervisor (Jeanne Davis), and add entry. If you have any questions regarding submission, please call the office at 206-937-7722.
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES:
Local community service opportunities near you.
Seattle Area Community Service Opportunities
|Organization||Guidelines/restrictions||General volunteer timeframes||Sign up method/Getting started|
|West Seattle Foodbank
3419 SW Morgan St, Seattle, WA 98126
|Ages 16+||M-F (8:30 am -3:pm) shifts available||Volunteer intake form (1 time): https://forms.gle/2qqYzSPMeeuGGD7L7
1-time Orientation: Occurs every Monday at 1 pm via Zoom or contact Marley to arrange: firstname.lastname@example.org
4425 41st Ave SW,
Seattle, WA 98116
|(same Volunteer intake form as WS Foodbank)|
|White Center Foodbank
10829 8th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98146
|Ages 14+||Mon- (11:30-4:30pm)
(Wed, TH, Friday 9:30 am-2:30 pm)
2nd and 4th WED– (3:30 pm-7:30 pm)
|Volunteer application (1 time): https://www.whitecenterfoodbank.org/volunteer-application
To coordinate a shift in advance contact Margarita:
-one-time parent consent form needed.
815 S 96th St, Seattle, WA 98108
|Ages 14 + (ages 14-15 must have 1 adult per 5 youth).||Sort and repack- 2-hour shifts are available 9 am-4:30 pm)
Evening shift on Wednesdays is opening starting Nov. 18th: 6 pm-8:30 pm
|Create a user profile and must schedule shifts ahead online:
-A one-time parent waiver form is required for all youth.
(hosted by Westside Internet Faith Network)- @ Body of Christ Church outdoors, 1320 SW 102 St, Seattle 98146
|Ages 14+||Saturdays, 12-2 pm. Arrive at 11:45 am.||-You can show up to help pass out needed hygiene items or food to those in need every Saturday 12-2 pm. Or a group can sign up ahead to provide the meal for a weekend: TakeThemAMeal.com, Under “find” section and “family name”, type WhiteCenter (no space) and the password is 2020.|
Not accepting in-person volunteers during COVID-19 but are offering a variety of creative distant opportunities.
|View calendar on Volunteer Hub.||To sign up for various remote options:|