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24 HOURS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE ARE REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION
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PHILOSOPHY:

As evidenced by the Gilford High School Mission Statement, we believe it is important that our students develop civic skills. Providing opportunities for students to become involved in worthwhile service learning activities will help to develop a sense of caring for others, which in turn will build character and foster civic responsibility.

GOALS:
Provide students with an opportunity to learn responsibility, experience the satisfaction that comes with helping others, and acquire new skills.

Provide students with access to a higher level of community service not offered through family initiatives.

Strengthen school and community relationships


COORDINATION/APPROVAL


Students interested in participating in a service learning activity need to meet with Career & College Readiness Coordinator / English teacher, Mrs. Laliberte, prior to engaging in the activity. She will work with the student to fill out appropriate paperwork.

Upon completion of the activity, the Career & College Readiness Coordinator will document student hours for graduation.

Students may choose to participate in a pre-established community service project, or work with the Career & College Readiness Coordinator to design their own projects.


CONTACT INFORMATION
Debra Laliberte
Phone:  524-7146 ext. 221


Community Service Opportunities

  • Family Fun Night Volunteers needed to help with themed Enchanted Forest event. Volunteers will help serve pizza, make crafts, and assist with outside activities.   Dress warm!. Date: 11/2.  Location: Gilford Elementary School. Time: 5-7. Please arrive at 5pm.
    Posted Oct 11, 2018, 10:49 AM by Deb Laliberte
  • Gilmanton Youth Organization GYO 4th Annual Harvest Party.    Selling food and running games and events, set-up and clean-up.Saturday, October 20th, 2:00-7:00 (multiple shifts available). Loon Pond Farm (166 Loon Pond Road, Gilmanton)Bob McKenna bob.mckenna@gyonh.com www.gyonh.com.                        GYO Soccer Jamboree. Selling food, field prep, set-up, clean-up, refereeing.Saturday, November 3rd, 8:00-4:00 (multiple shifts available)GYO Field (182 Allens Mill Road, Gilmanton)Martin Hough or Shane Bruneau    soccer@gyonh.com 
    Posted Oct 9, 2018, 9:15 AM by Deb Laliberte
  • Upcoming Events See Ms. Laliberte in Guidance for more details. October 26th Halloween Happenings! November 15th Interact Senior Citizen’s Dinner: December 1st Youth Center Holiday Fair
    Posted Oct 9, 2018, 9:17 AM by Deb Laliberte
  • Football The Friends of Gilford Football organization is looking for volunteers  for parking lot help and also videotaping games that the coaches will use to help teach.   The games run in September and October and each typically runs just under 2 hours.  If interested,  contact Mrs. Macaione at  781-258-8407.
    Posted May 23, 2018, 4:24 AM by Deb Laliberte
  • Gilmanton Public Library Volunteers needed for both inside and outside activities.    Call 364-2400 for details.
    Posted Apr 18, 2018, 7:32 AM by Deb Laliberte
  • Bolduc Park Volunteers needed to help with clean up of grounds.   Contact Mr. Bolduc  387-4208
    Posted Mar 28, 2018, 8:08 AM by Deb Laliberte
  • Possible Service Locations St. Vincent de Paul 524-5470         Gilford Public Library  524-6042  Gilmanton Year Round Library 364-2400     Gilmanton Food Pantry 364-2400         St. Francis Home 524-0466       Taylor Home  524-5600 
    Posted Jan 24, 2018, 9:54 AM by Deb Laliberte
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