Service Learning Contact Information
Julie Hennis, Coordinator of Volunteers & Partners, and Service LearningService Learning for all High School Seniors919-967-8211 x28232, email@example.comKay Edwards, Volunteer Office ReceptionistService Learning Contact for CHS, Grades 9-11919-967-8211 x28281, firstname.lastname@example.orgLaura Conner, Volunteer Office Program ManagerService Learning Contact for CHHS, Grades 9-11919-967-8211 x28339, email@example.comJenny Walters, Volunteer Office Program ManagerService Learning Contact for ECHHS, Grades 9-11919-967-8211 x28336, firstname.lastname@example.org
Service Learning News
Thanks to all who attended the Service Learning Expo. The goal was to inform students about the many service opportunities within the community.
If you have not already done so, please submit your hours through LetServe. If for some reason you are unable to enter your hours, make sure that 1) you have reset your password and 2) you have added the event to your list of events/agencies. When you want to add an agency, be sure to actually click on the "plus" prior to entering your hours. Please note: You only need to submit hours one time.
Thank you all again for such an outstanding turn out. Look forward to a great year of service!
With the new school year under way, this is a good time to begin thinking about your service learning plans. To get you started, please save the date for the first ever Service Learning Expo!
Saturday, September 14, 2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Carrboro High School
Non-profit agencies will have tables throughout the school and will be available to speak with you regarding any questions you might have about service for their organizations. Additionally, there will be people on hand to assist you with your LetServe account.
Because this event is for the purpose of understanding service learning in your community, each student will receive up to 2 hours for attending the event.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Office of Volunteers and Partners
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 uses a service learning-management system called LetServe which allows students to log their Service Learning Hours on a computer or from a smartphone. Each student has been set up with a LetServe Account.
Follow these instructions to log in:
Go to: https://letserve.com/login
User Name: Your CHCCS Email ID
Password: Was sent via student email. If you cannot locate your password and need to reset, click on Forgot Password
You will receive a new password and login instructions in your CHCCS student email account.