Community Service Events

  • Notice:  Most local service opportunities have been reduced. We will list opportunities as we receive them, and hope that many nonprofit agencies will resume programming soon. 

    The Shoreline School Board rescinded the graduation requirement for 40 hours of community service for the Classes of 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic. 

    We expect the District to review the requirement for other classes and will keep you informed of any adjustments. At minimum, we expect that the hour total will be reduced according to the closures. It is unlikely that the service requirement for the Classes of 2022, 2023, and 2024 will be the full 40 hours. 

    If students have time and feel safe, we encourage you to consider finding opportunites for Summer 2021 to gain experience and be engaged with your community. 

    For details on the requirement and policies of what does and does not count, see the Community Service Requirement page. 

     

    Upcoming Events that Need Volunteers

    When more organizations open up, we will reactivate our Ongoing Opportunties and Find Your Own Opportunity pages. 

    General Community Service Instructions

    1. Identify an event that will work for you. 
    2. Sign up via the email address or link in the entry.
    3. Download a community service form from this page.
    4. Fill the form out completely & have your supervisor sign it. If it is difficult to get an actual signature, attach a screenshot of an email from the supervisor or a log of your hours from the nonprofit agency, or some other evidence showing verification. 
    5. Turn the form in promptly after your service via your Class of 202x course in Canvas. IMPORTANT:  please add a comment on your upload with:  number of hours, agency served with, date of service. It might be 3 hours YMCA  9/19/20 or 11 hours Shoreline Farmers' Market 8/10-9/12/20   

    Please do not email your forms to Mrs. Stephens; they will not be logged.

    While we have established relationships with most of these community organizations, feel free to ask questions about the situations, and do not do anything you are not comfortable with.

2020-2021 Community Service

  • Look Up Your Hours

    In Winter 2021, Shorewood is moving from tracking hours in Skyward to tracking hours in Canvas. By mid-February, students should be able to view their totals in their Community Service Assignment in their Canvas Class of 202x course. 

Community Service Forms