Shorecrest Preparatory School Blog

It Takes A Community To Do Community Service

Posted by Diego Duran-Medina on Mar 17, 2017 2:30:41 PM

With another on the books, now is the perfect time for reflection. It’s easy to be so detail-driven that we miss the greater picture of what this week means. Service Week is heavily focused on our students, families and our community partners.

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Topics: Inside Shorecrest, High School, Service Learning

The Unintended Positive Consequences of Service Week

Posted by Diego Duran-Medina on Mar 10, 2017 8:00:00 AM

This week is a whirlwind of activity as we prepare for Service Week. Amongst the last minute preparations, I’ve been doing my best to keep a healthy perspective on what it is that we do as a school when we undertake a large scale project like Service Week, when I help place, mobilize and support 360+ people with much help from my colleagues and community partners.

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Topics: Inside Shorecrest, Service Learning

Beyond Community Service at Shorecrest

Posted by Diego Duran-Medina on Feb 28, 2017 5:56:20 PM

Visit an independent school website at random and search for “service.” Odds are that you will encounter a wide range of service experiences, from encouraging service with no numerical requirement for graduation, to Service Days, sometimes around the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday or the beginning of semesters, and perhaps other impactful service events that tend to be the exception rather than a rule.

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Topics: Service Learning