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Casady’s Service Learning Program continues the School’s mission to develop excellence, confidence, and integrity in students, and through Service Learning, it empowers them to realize their potential to make a difference in the community. Service is a path to peace and joy. Casady’s Director of Service Learning and her office are resources to encourage students, faculty, parents, and staff to explore volunteer experiences. “Like a pebble, each small act of service could collectively add to a path to peace.”  Shinnyo-en Foundation, Infinite Paths to Peace
The Primary Division is Montessori-based so its Service Learning Program connects the youngest Cyclones to excellence and to Maria Montessori’s belief that “Global Peace Begins in the Classroom. During the Infant Crisis Services, Hope for the Holidays Drive 2016, a Pre-Kindergarten child took the money she made during the summer in her lemonade stand and bought the largest carton of diapers she could find.” Katherine Schoeffler’19
More  information about the Casady Community Service Learning Program at   https://docs.google.com/a/casady.org/document/d/1D9SOhXz_dv9wNX9MLOd_skL7b43fZjgtgfw-ef9MzLM/edit?usp=sharing




K-12 Service-Learning Standards for Quality Practice

 SERVICE LEARNING BEST PRACTICES

Meaningful Service
Service-learning actively engages participants in meaningful and personally relevant service activities.
Link to Curriculum
Service-learning is intentionally used as an instructional strategy to meet learning goals and/or content standards.
Reflection
Service-learning incorporates multiple challenging reflection activities that are ongoing and that prompt deep thinking and analysis about oneself and one’s relationship to society.
Diversity
Service-learning promotes understanding of diversity and mutual respect among all participants.
Youth Voice
Service-learning provides youth with a strong voice in planning, implementing, and evaluating service-learning experiences with guidance from adults.
Partnerships
Service-learning partnerships are collaborative, mutually beneficial, and address community needs.
Progress Monitoring
Service-learning engages participants in an ongoing process to assess the quality of implementation and progress toward meeting specified goals, and uses results for improvement and sustainability.
Duration and Intensity
Service-learning has sufficient duration and intensity to address community needs and meet specified outcomes





WORLD BANQUET - INTERNATIONAL FAMILY VOLUNTEERING DAY, MAY 16 (ALSO FOOD REVOLUTION DAY), MAY IS ASIAN AMERICAN PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH,


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PD HEARTS STATESMENT CLUB
Valentine's Day
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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE 9/21, 2014

PD CELEBRATES IDP (INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE 9/21)


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