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Service

Service Projects

At St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School, knowledge and practice of the Catholic faith are incorporated into all aspects of our curriculum.

A key component of this approach is creating a link between Catholic social teaching and service.  Each student has the opportunity to live this out through age-appropriate service projects focused on the Corporal Works of Mercy.  Learning about underlying social issues or environmental hurdles,  students have multiple opportunities each year to learn from their experiences and make an impact for the community.

PreK/Elementary

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PreK students gathering items for Thanksgiving baskets and organizing a toy drive

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Kindergarteners providing a Christmas concert for residents at Innisfree Senior Living Community

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First graders making blankets to provide warmth in cold months

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Second graders preparing care packages for Seminarians

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Third graders packing over 5,000 meals for The Pack Shack

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Fourth graders organizing a toy drive and campus-wide recycling program

Middle School / Junior High

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Fifth graders cutting shoes for Sole Hope

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Sixth graders raising money through creating Snack Shack to purchase life-providing animals through Heifer International and Filling the Food Pantry Van

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Seventh graders delivering meals in partnership with Meals on Wheels and 5-day Service Trip to Appalachia working with Hand in Hand Ministries

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Eighth graders packing meals with Feed My Starving Children in partnership with Tacos 4 Life and an end of year campus beautification project