Community Responsibility is one of the core values at Explorer West, and our community takes it to heart. Every year, we spend a day in the spring to make our world a better place. This year’s Community Service Day looked different than in years past. We couldn’t all be together in person, but we were in spirit!
Students, faculty, and families brainstormed some ideas, and students chose what inspired them. Projects ranged from neighborhood cleanups to sending a little more love out into the universe! Sixth-grader Bailey showed support for Ahmaud Arbery with a family bike/run, and she delivered notes to neighbors on the block. Eighth-grader Primavera made and delivered care packages to her friends because it helps to decrease isolation and improve others’ mental health. Other students made masks for first responders and other community members. One student, Chloe, delivered homemade thank you cards to grocery workers! Even the teachers got in on the action!
We are so proud of everyone’s creativity, service, and dedication. Though we weren’t able to be together, we made a far-ranging impact on our community!
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