Service-Learning is a way of teaching and learning that connects positive and meaningful action in the community with academic learning, personal growth and civic responsibility. Service-Learning helps develop citizenship and good character while providing direct connections to the academic curriculum.
Guilford County Schools encourages every student to participate in Service-Learning during their time in high school. The GCS Service Learning Handbook outlines all the requirements and forms necessary to get started. Students who complete and successfully log at least 100 hours of service learning earn the Service-Learning Exemplary Award, while students who complete and successfully log at least 250 hours receive a Service-Learning Diploma upon graduation. All hours must be logged into x2vol.com and be approved to count toward the award or diploma. See below for more information about x2vol.com. If you have any questions about the process, please contact Amber Marshall at email@example.com.
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