Community Service

Community Service is a way of learning through experiences. Through Community Service students gain and apply academic, career, and social skills by addressing authentic community needs. Students at Sheldon High School are required to take part in community service. Students in 9th and 10th grade are required to complete 20 hours, and 11th and 12th grade students are required to complete 25 hours in their junior and senior years at Sheldon High School. Special recognition will be given to students on their transcripts and at graduation.

Community Service may begin in June and continue to accumulate until one week before the end of school. 

1. The student will have full responsibility to turn in documentation for service time.
2. Community Service will be in addition to but not including payment or school credits, and should not be during school hours.
3. Verification of Community Service must be turned in one week before the end of school for freshmen, sophomores and juniors. Seniors must meet a special earlier deadline to qualify for graduation recognition.
4. Credit for community service will only be approved for the current year - June to June.
5. Graduation recognition will be for timely completion of four years of community service.


Community Service Card

Community Service Opportunities

October 27, 2017: Beitzel Elementary School needs you!  Earn Community Service hours by volunteering at the Annual Beitzel Harvest Festival this Friday, October 27th between the hours of 3:00 and 8:00PM.  Help setup/breakdown, run harvest games, or work in the snack bar.   Call Gina at 916-798-4149 to arrange your hours.

November 23, 2017: Volunteers for Elk Grove Gobble Wobble Run

Volunteers are needed. All proceeds will go to support Chicks in Crisis. Come get fit as a family, support a great non-profit organizations and earn that extra piece of Grandma's pie! The event will be held at 8100 Longleaf Dr, Elk Grove.

> Click here to learn about the Elk Grove Gobble Wobble Run
            > Click
here to sign up

November 30 - December 3, 2017: Volunteers for California International Marathon

The Sacramento Running Association is looking for volunteers for the pre-race and race for the California International Marathon November 30th thru December 3rd. The Sacramento Running Association are a non-profit organization committed to helping fundraise for Sacramento-area non-profits organizations, charities, service organizations, and school groups and clubs. Local charities and non-profit organizations annually raise over $1 million through Sacramento Running Association events, including the California International Marathon.

> Click here to learn more

> Click here to sign up

City of Elk Grove: Volunteering Opportunities
City of Rancho Cordova: Volunteer Program
City of Sacramento: Volunteer Program
Sacramento County Volunteer Program

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