Service Learning Contact Information
Julie Hennis, Coordinator of Volunteers & Partners919-967-8211 x28232Kay Edwards, Administrative Assistant
Service Learning News
Now that the school year has come to a close, please take some time to get service learning hours while helping non-profit agencies in your community.
LetServe.com is the program CHCCS students use for both reviewing the many pre-approved non-profit agencies, as well as recording student service hours. Summer break can be a good time to complete your service learning requirement, and if you have not already started, please take time to browse through the many service opportunities right here in our own community.
LetServe will be making some upgrades to the system between June 19-26. The website will be available on June 26th. The phone app will be available on July 12th. When the upgrade is complete, all users will receive an email asking students to reset their passwords. Please do not wait to do this as it will enable users to easily access their LetServe account.
Until the upgrade to LetServe is complete, please keep track of service hours. You can add them back in to your account after July 1. Training information can be found on the Training Tab once logged in.
Please note: Rising 9th graders will receive their login information by July 1, 2019.
Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, Service Learning Hours will be updated from LetServe into PowerSchool on a monthly basis.
Hope that everyone has a wonderful, restful summer break.
What is Service Learning?
Service Learning is a teaching-learning method that connects meaningful community service experiences with academic learning, personal growth, and civic responsibility. Students who graduate from high school in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools District must fulfill a Service Learning requirement. Click to read 3460 Service Learning Policy and Service Learning Guidelines .
The purpose of Service Learning is to provide students the opportunity to have a positive impact on our local community. Service Learning allows students to expand their horizons and foster meaningful relationships with others in their community.
CHCCS has a new service learning-management system called LetServe which allows students to log their Service Learning Hours on a computer or from their phone. Click below to find out more and to set up your LetServe account.
If you already have an account but are having difficulty logging in, you may click on
the link to “Reset your Password”: