Service-Learning General Information
Guilford County Schools (GCS) wants every student to become involved in service-learning. Click the link to access the easy-to-use Service-Learning Handbook, which outlines all of the requirements and forms necessary to get started.
If you are a high school student and would like to "Be the Change" in your school and/or community, please complete the High School Service-Learning Approval Form for any projects with organizations outside of Weaver. Approval forms are now available to be completed online at https://app.perfectforms.com/PresentationServer/Form.aspx/Play/e3SlAgQp?f=e3SlAgQp. Paper forms will still be accepted, but the electronic form is preferred.
Use the Service-Learning Contact Log Form to log your hours as you complete your service if your organization is not comfortable verifying hours through X2VOL. Be sure that your service -learning supervisor signs at the bottom of the form. You only need to complete this form if your organization is NOT approving your hours electronically through X2VOL.
Service-Learning is a way of teaching and learning that connects positive and meaningful action in the community with academic learning, 21st century skills, personal growth and civic responsibility.
“GCS is changing and growing to meet the changing and diverse needs of our students. We hope you’ll join us because our children are worthy of your honor, your respect and your support. It’s important to have character, but it’s also equally important to show it at those critical times…So, yes, service is important, but it’s the combination of linking service to learning. Why are you doing those things becomes critically important.
Understanding what’s happening in the classroom and then translating that so we can improve our community and our schools. So, it will be the combination of those three things – character traits, civic education and service-learning…We all can play a part in character development by modeling these seven character traits in all that we do at work, at home and in our communities.”