2021-2022 Community Service Log & Reflection Google Forms
- Are you a School City of Hobart (SCOH) student?
- Have you completed community service this school year?
- If so, please fill out the (2) Google Forms linked below.
- Note: you will be required to use your SCOH Gmail account!
Step 1: Complete the Community Service Log Sheet (21-22): Click Here
- Note: you will be asked to upload the signature of a supervisor who can attest to community service being completed on your behalf.
- So, please have that file uploaded to your computer so you can attach it.
- After filling the form out, you will be directed to additionally complete a reflection, as shown below:
Step 2: Fill out the Community Service Reflection (21-22): Click Here
- Note: the Community Service Log Sheet will need to be uploaded here.
- So, please make sure to fill out the Community Service Log (discussed above) *before* completing the reflection. That way, you can upload the log from here :)
Service Learning (Organizer) vs. Service (Participant)
1. Examples of Service Learning = being an organizer
- Joshua's Heart
- Elizabeth Gonzalez video and newspaper
2. Example of Service = being a participant
- Change the World
Volunteering and serving others is proven to help us. Serving others helps us establish our own integrity!
The best leaders first learn to serve others.
We have all sorts of ways for you to get involved: kindness initiatives, food pantry, walks for causes, SpringFest, and many more.
We’re always looking for new initiatives and causes!
What is Service-Learning?
Service-learning combines service to the community with students learning in a way that improves both the student and the community.
-Is an opportunity whereby students learn and develop through active participation in thoughtfully organized service that is conducted in and meets the needs of communities.
-Helps foster civic responsibility
-And provides structured time for students or participants to reflect on the service experience
What Does Service-Learning Look Like?
Service learning is part of the academic curriculum. In community organizations, youth develop practical skills, self-esteem, and a sense of civic responsibility. Examples of service-learning projects include: preserving native plants, designing neighborhood playgrounds, teaching younger children to read, testing the local water quality, creating wheelchair ramps, preparing food for the homeless, developing urban community gardens, starting school recycling programs, and much more.
Why is Service-Learning Important?
A national study of Learn and Serve America programs suggests that effective service-learning programs improve academic grades, increase attendance in school, and develop personal and social responsibility. Whether the goal is academic improvement, personal development, or both, students learn critical thinking, communication, teamwork, civic responsibility, mathematical reasoning, problem-solving, public speaking, vocational skills, computer skills, scientific method, research skills, and analysis.
Service is not some task to be endured, but an opportunity to be enjoyed! It involves a change in our values, minds, and actions. Help our children discover their gifts and where to use them. The richness of service will make a real difference in our community.