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
Easter Party at Mulherin Home with Eighth Grade Rutledge Fellows
On Friday, April 12th, eighteen eighth grade members of the Rutledge Fellows planned and hosted a fun Easter party for the residents of Mulherin Custodial Home.  Sponsors Ashley Johnson and Danner Nguyen organized the group to partner with their Mulherin buddies to go through craft stations, then an Easter egg hunt before enjoying juice and […]
Thursday, April 18, 2019 11:20:16 AM

Beeping Egg Hunt at the Regional School
Service Leadership students Hannah Archibald, Allie Bryant, Mary Coleman Chambliss, Gigi Citrin, Landon Clarke, Elliott Jeffries, Libba Lamberth, Mary Elise Lane, Margaret Radcliff, Kaylyn Rudolph, Marley Scarborough, Grace Stowers, Alex Swoboda, Caroline Vegas, Anna Frances Weeks, and Tucker West got to have an extra-special day with their visually and hearing impaired tutees from the Regional […]
Thursday, April 18, 2019 11:04:21 AM

Mrs. Parker’s Kindergarten Class Meets Community Helpers
Monday, April 15th was a beautiful spring day for Mrs. Parker’s Kindergartners to visit the local police and fire stations.  The students have been learning about community helpers at school, and got the chance to visit and see firsthand how they help us.  The students also brought doughnuts for their new police and fire friends!
Monday, April 15, 2019 11:27:22 AM

Mrs. Jett’s First Graders Enjoy Easter Egg Hunt at Murray House
On Friday April 12th, Mrs. Jett’s first grade class traveled to Murray House Assisted Living to pay a special Easter visit to their GrandFriends.  The students wore Easter visors, hunted Easter eggs in the courtyard, and sang a special Easter song to the residents.  Easter Bunny Leslie Lerner paid a surprise visit enjoyed by the […]
Saturday, April 13, 2019 11:24:11 AM

Seniors Serve at Special Olympics
On Friday April 12th, St. Paul’s again hosted the Special Olympics for Mobile County at Delaney Stadium.  Members of the senior class were paired with special needs athletes from Augusta Evans School.  The students got their athlete-friends to each event, helped them with any needs, and hung out together on the field between activities.  Senior […]
Friday, April 12, 2019 11:20:35 AM

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