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For official copies of board policies and procedures please contact the superintendent's office at (253) 583-5190 or email supt@cloverpark.k2.wa.us

Community Service

The board recognizes that volunteering connects students to their communities and provides an opportunity for students to practice and apply their academic and social skills in preparation for entering the workforce.  The board further recognizes that community service is associated with increased civic awareness and participation by students, and can inspire students to continue their education and skill development beyond high school.  Students participate in community service activities as a part of their high school graduation requirements. The superintendent will develop procedures to implement an incentive program that recognizes students for achievement in community service.  

 

Cross References: Policy 2410 High School Graduation Requirements

 

Legal References: ESHB 1412
RCW 28A.320 Provisions Applicable to all Districts

 

Adoption Date:  09.09.13

Clover Park School District

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