Community service provides Holy Child students and families the opportunity to collaborate and serve those in need, learn about significant social issues, and build empathy. From Young Falcons to our grade 8, every student is involved in helping others and recognizing the importance of being a global citizen who positively contributes to the earth.
Our community service program is an outgrowth of Goal 4 of the Holy Child Network of Schools Goals: “Holy Child Schools work for Christian principles of justice, peace, and compassion in every facet of life.”
Monthly service projects and activities are organized to bring the needs of the greater community – local, regional, national, and global – to the attention of the students. In addition, Holy Child students frequently initiate service projects that serve current needs of various communities.
Some of the scheduled activities for the school year are:
- Reach Out and Read (September)
- The Patrician Society food donations (October-November)
- Candy Care Collection, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF (November)
- Grade 8 Advent Angels at New Sharon, Cradles to Crayons, Maternity Care Coalition faculty/staff collection (December)
- Martin Luther King Jr. Morning of Service, Service Day, Socks of Love (January)
- Warmth for the Homeless (Divine Mercy), Alex's Lemonade Stand (February-March)
- Earth Day projects (April)
- The Baby Bureau (April-May)
- The Village (Give a Gift) (yearlong)
- Early Childhood, Lower School, and Middle School participate in projects within their divisions throughout the year
Please note: Some of these activities may be modified or cancelled due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.