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LS / IS Week of Service

The Lower School Week of Service took place during the week of October 28 - November 1.

3K: Serving Animals

Students learned about the responsibility of caring for animals from a PAWS Humane representative. They decorated "Adopt Me" bandanas for the animals at PAWS.

Pre-K: Serving Soldiers

Students prepared treat bags for soldiers at Fort Benning. The children brought in suggested items for the treat bags and learned about the duties of a solider from a member of our military.

Kindergarten: Serving Brookside Glen

The Kindergarten students walked next door to Brookside Glen to sing songs for our neighbors. The students also prepared treat bags and made cards to share with the residents.

First Grade: Serving Open Door Community House

The students brought in school supplies, books and other items to be shared with children in the Open Door After School Program. The students traveled by Brookstone buses to Open Door Community House where they learned about the organization and delivered the supplies.

Second Grade: Serving Easter Seals of West Georgia

Students brought in needed items for Easter Seals to school and made cards for their program participants. They traveled to Easter Seals of West Georgia on buses where they had a tour of the facility, learned about the service they provide to the community, and shared their cards and items.

Third Grade: Serving Ronald McDonald House

Students prepared treat bags for Ronald McDonald House guests. They traveled to the RMH on buses where they had a tour of the facility, learned about the service they provide to the community, and shared their items.

The Intermediate School Day of Service took place on Wednesday, October 16th.

Students met with a representative of Keep Columbus Beautiful to learn about taking care of the environment and the proper way to plant flowers. Students were invited to bring in flats of blue and multi-colored pansies to share with local organizations.

4th grade planted pansies at Open Door Community House, Girls Inc., and Anne Elizabeth Shepherd Home.

5th grade students planted pansies at the Columbus Botanical Gardens.