Community Service & Christian Leadership
St. Paul’s Catholic School, as part of it’s school mission, instills Christian leadership and a desire to make a positive difference in the world. This translates to many different service opportunities that we do here for the local and world-wide communities. These include, but are not limited to: Toys-For-Tots, Helping Hands and Hearts, Operation Rice Bowl, Hungerfest, Senior Meals, Maple Lane Nursing Home, Valentines for Veterans, Meals to Pets program, the Heifer program for farms in other countries, St. Paul’s Thanksgiving Luncheon for the local community, the Turkey Trot, “Pink Day” for breast cancer prevention and various other local fundraisers for those in need.
Students in grades 7 and 8 will be required to perform 5 hours each school year in order to successfully graduate from 8th grade at St. Paul’s Catholic School. The hours will require that the student has proper supervision from a parent or guardian and is performed outside of regular school hours. Students will also have to have their service hours documented and signed by the individual whom they are doing the work for. A short reflection paper will accompany the log of hours. This service component is in place to continue our schools mission of instilling Christian values and making a positive difference in the world.