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Absent Students II
Read about Mr. Ellefson's unique way to make sure that absent students get their assignments while promoting community service inside his classroom.
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Adopt a Hallway
This tip from Ms. Partridge is a unique way to build students' respect for school cleanlliness while teaching them the value of voluteerism and service.
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Baby Books
Ms. Raasch’s high school students collaborate with first graders on a community service project that benefits new mothers. Students practice book making and information gather skills, and learn the importance of good parenting.
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Best Buddies
Ms. Younginger's tip lays out a plan for combining a community service project with teaching your students to give back to the community in preparation for adulthood.
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Discipline for Energetic, Active Students
When Nancy’s young and active students misbehave, she disciplines them without denying them recess, a strategy which permits a healthy release for their energy but still provides a negative consequence and reinforces good behavior.
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Elementary School Student Council
Jaymes has great advice for anyone looking to start a student council at their elementary school. Read about leadership roles and project ideas that worked in his school.
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Family Service Night
Debra shares an idea that combines service work with the traditional school open house. Families get involved with their children’s school, and everyone learns the value of community and responsibility.
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Fish Raising Project
Ms. Robb works with state environmental agencies to give her biology learners a classroom experience most people can only find in the wild. Read about her tip here!
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Future Career Aspirations
In Ms. Walls' class, it''s never too early to decide what you want to be when you grow up. See how she matches students' career goals to make her classroom run efficiently.
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Giving at Thanksgiving
This arts and crafts project doubles as a community service project, helping students learn about Native Americans and the spirit of giving.
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