Community Service Learning & Community Outreach
Community Service Learning (CSL) integrates community service projects with academic study to connect classroom learning with the real world. To strengthen our community and teach civic responsibility, we guide our students out of the classroom and into the community to participate in experiences that offer a better understanding of the issues and challenges all communities face. We ask students to identify problems and design solutions. At the core of CSL is the intent that both providers of the service and the recipients find the experience beneficial and even transforming.
Our CSL program is designed to relate to each grade's curriculum and provide age appropriate community service experiences to enrich learning, promote an awareness of the needs of others, and teach civic responsibility.
Throughout the year, we seek opportunities to reach out to our neighbors to walk the walk with our students and demonstrate in a meaningful way the importance of getting involved. We partner with and support our local businesses.
PATH Toiletry Drive
Students collect toiletries for people experiencing homeless through PATH, a local charity devoted to ending homelessness.
Book Foundation Book Drive
Kindergarten through 2nd grade collect, sort, and personally deliver gently-used books through the Book Foundation to preschool children in underserved neighborhoods.
Culver City Middle School Backpacks for Kids
3rd through 5th grade students collect food items for children and families. the 5th grade class personally delivers and sorts the food items into backpacks at the Backpacks for Kids facility.
Baby-to-Baby Children's Shoe Drive
A school-side shoe drive was conducted in conjunction with our Jog-a-thon to provide these basic essentials to children in need.
The word “community” is an intentional and integral part of our name.