Service Learning at CHS

Service-learning is an educational experience through which community service is integrated into the learning process for the betterment of students and communities through productive service and self-reflection. This page of Sideline showcases student achievements through this class. 

Community Partners

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Project Optimism

Project Optimism is a nonprofit organization founded by Armoni Easley and Ishmael Pruiit; this organization works to embed an optimistic mindset into their community members in order for them to be productive contributors to society. They focus on assisting the community through three main initiatives: community engagement, events for a cause, and youth mentorship programs.

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Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services

Dan Madigan was a local who was tired of watching Sacramento residents go hungry. He started handing out food on his own and eventually founded the Sacramento Food Bank. Now, it is the largest nonprofit provider of basic human needs in the county of Sacramento.

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Folsom Cordova Community Partnership

Folsom Cordova Community Partnership’s mission is to enhance the education, health, and well-being of the children, youth, and adults of the community by respecting their different backgrounds and providing them with a support syste.

San Juan Unified School District

San Juan Unified School District, hosts a variety of services in order to provide an education for students in their district. One of these services is an after school program, Building Bridges to Student Success (BRIDGES After-School/ASSETs).

Square Root Academy

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Square Root Academy is a STEM-focused organization that attempts to offer educational opportunities to under-represented students who may lack access to them. Scholar’s Playground, a subsidiary project, actualizes SRA’s goals by offering personal tutoring services as well as educational content to grade school students.

Caroline Wenzel Elementary

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Caroline Wenzel is a K-6 elementary school located in Sacramento, California. Caroline Wenzel has a greatly diverse student population of about 500 students and offers programs and services that support student achievement which include GATE cluster classes, special education inclusion programs, Reading Partners, Targeted Instruction, and Healthy Start.