The Carroll High School community successfully completed 50 service projects in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the school. This endeavor, called "50 for 50," was led by Megan Woolf '12 and other Carroll Girl Scouts. It was pursued throughout the year with many new projects being made available to the students, their families, alumni, and friends. People could get involved by listening for announcements of projects at school, checking out the Carroll community on the website by clicking here
, or by creating their own project. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
. So many people in the Carroll community helped the girl scouts reach this goal and truly made an impact through their service!
The six specifications in order to be considered among the 50 service projects were the following:
(1) The project must be organized or carried out by at least three Carroll affiliated people (students, faculty, alumni), friends, and family.
(2) The project must take place during the 2011-2012 fiscal year.
(3) The project must be for the greater good of the community beyond ourselves - not for the benefit of Carroll clubs or teams, or recruiting.
(4) Projects where the Carroll students try to directly or indirectly enact political or social change for disadvantaged groups are acceptable with prior approval.
(5) Projects conducted outside of school to demonstrate "care for the environment" are acceptable.
(6) Projects which involve monetary or charitable collections for agencies that serve the poor are acceptable with prior approval.
For a list of all 50 of the service projects completed, click here. We made it!!
Thank you for your support!