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Our creative and energetic high school Crusaders have outdone themselves this year with a huge variety of service-learning  projects on behalf of their communities. They are getting their entire schools involved with benefit events, collection drives, and teen awareness activities. Here is a quick summary of what’s going on:

Central High School
A basketball tournament to benefit Amos House, with an accompanying drive in every homeroom to collect hygiene products for the organization’s clients. The top two homerooms get a pizza party!

Classical High School
The theme is “A Coin for Kids,” with collection containers in every homeroom to benefit Hasbro Children’s Hospital’s Child Life Services.

Providence Academy of International Studies &
Cooley Health, Science & Technology High School

A movie night with Avatar to benefit The Tomorrow Fund. Get a Tomorrow Fund wristband with admittance!

Feinstein High School &
Jorge Alvarez High School

A joint leadership workshop between the two schools to promote nonviolence, in collaboration with Brown College Advisor Ashley Greene and Brother Ray. A mural for the Alvarez cafeteria is also underway, plus a “Take the Pledge” day. A fashion show and open mic fundraiser on June 4 will benefit the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence.

William E. Tolman High School
A canned good drive for the Rhode Island Food Bank. With every three cans you give, get a raffle ticket for prizes!

Hope High School
A campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving, along with a banner created by all the students for the cafeteria.

Central Falls High School
A mural created by students to raise awareness about drug abuse.

Woonsocket High School
A coin drive on behalf of The Tomorrow Fund.

Shea High School
A clothing drive for victims of the recent RI floods in collaboration with the RI Donation Exchange Program.

Mount Pleasant High School
A benefit basketball game on May 21, pitting the Faculty All-Stars vs. the Senior All-Stars. All proceeds will be donated to the family of Kela Moore.

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