Creative projects done by schools around the country, including Ohio, can give your school and district ideas for implementing community service-learning programs that truly address your students' learning needs and your community's issues and concerns.
Service-Learning Ideas and Curricular Examples (SLICE)
This easy-to-search database features hundreds of high quality service-learning lesson plans that you can browse by grade-group levels spanning from kindergarten through high school. Additional project categories include higher education, community service organizations and tribes/U.S. Territories. Lesson plans feature project ideas from educators and service-learning practitioners. Consider submitting your own completed community service-learning project to the SLICE database.
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Ohio-based Community Service-Learning Projects
Barrington: Beat Michigan - Beat Ovarian Cancer
Emerson: Children's Safe Drinking Water
Genoa: Hunger at Home
Tremont: Upper Arlington: Invasive Species
Jones: Lost Boys of Sudan
St. James: Build a Boat
Reed: Traumatic Brain Injury
Emerson: Special Olympics
St. James: Run the Race
Buckeye: Reading Buddies
Jones: Preschool Buddies
Hanby: Positive Plants
Barrington: Kids for Critters
West Bridge: Dublin Food Pantry
Emerson: Dawson's Doggie Treats