The world could use a few more

A lot more. Every grade level at St. Paul’s focuses on a different area of community service, from veterans to the elderly to children in need. By the time they graduate, our students have done more for their neighbors than some people do in a lifetime.

The Learning Through Service program at St. Paul’s Episcopal School encourages a lifelong commitment in the student body to helping others. Through a variety of activities, St. Paul’s seeks both to create a sense of service within the school and to improve the community around us. Our Service Program is comprised of four branches: Service Leadership Class, Rutledge Fellows of Philanthropy, Little Saints Serving and Community Service. Each grade level from PreK through Twelfth has a specific focus area for which the students perform service. Most grade levels have a Service Day during which the entire grade participates in a project.

Service News – St. Paul's Episcopal School
Senior Choice Service Day
On Wednesday October 10th St. Paul’s Senior class traveled to seven sites in the Mobile area to do their service day. The students were able to choose between Ransom Café, Feeding the Gulf Coast, Murray House Assisted Living, All Saints Episcopal Church, Raise the Roof, Habitat for Humanity, and the Mobile Recycling Center. Chaperones Scott […]
Thursday, October 11, 2018 10:40:05 AM

Sixth Grade French Class Holds Bake Sale for Red Cross
M. Sameh Dalati organized a bake sale with his sixth grade French students to raise money for flood victims of Hurricane Florence. The students baked delicious French pastries which they sold during lunch and also in the teachers’ lounge. Les élèves de français raised over $40 to donate to the Red Cross.
Tuesday, October 09, 2018 2:00:19 PM

Seventh Graders Work Hard for Wilmer Hall
Friday October 5th was an intense work day for St. Paul’s seventh grade class. The students worked alongside chaperones Margaret Cadden, Alyssa House, Sawyer House, Katie Key, Michelle Morgan, Blair Fisher, Dan Drum, Laura McGee, and Leslie Lerner to paint, weed, put out pine straw, clean windows, scrub porches, clean playground equipment, spread mulch, wash […]
Monday, October 08, 2018 2:56:02 PM

Freshmen Serve In Community Gardens Around Mobile
This year’s Freshman class spent the morning of Thursday October 4th at five community gardens in the Mobile area. Victory Teaching Farms, Taylor Park, the Beehive, Light of the Village, and Central Presbyterian Church were hubs of activity as the students weeded, planted, mulched, composted, laid pavers, mowed, and prepared beds for fall planting alongside […]
Friday, October 05, 2018 7:35:58 AM

Service Leadership Participates in Poverty Simulation
Special guest and SPS parent Matt Armbruster of Ransom Ministries set up a poverty simulation exercise in the library for the Service Leadership class on Monday October 1st. Mr. Armbruster spoke to the class about his calling to work with the homeless, then they toured the facilities of Ransom Ministries in September. The finale to […]
Wednesday, October 03, 2018 4:09:50 PM

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