Students at St. Ann are very involved with community service work throughout the school year. The importance of giving back to their community is impressed upon each student. Each month, students work together to host many different service projects within the school and community. Here are a few of the projects the students have done in the past years:
- Students in the entire school took part in a 9/11 project for Bartlett firefighters. Students created a Journal book filled with pictures, stories and song lyrics honoring firefighters.
- The Journalism Club decided to help families that struggled to afford enough diapers by hosting a Diaper Drive. The drive collected over two thousand (2,000) diapers and just under four thousand (4,000) baby wipes.
- Beta Club collects pop can tabs each year for the Ronald McDonald house.
Each month, pre-k students head over to Ave Maria for community projects. They sing, dance, do crafts, have snacks, plant things in the garden, etc. It’s a great way for our younger students to learn about service by helping others.
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