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Class of 2022 Families Hold a Community Service Weekend

Photo of Seattle Academy students and families at Food Lifeline for Community Service Weekend

In late March, Seattle Academy's Class of 2022 students and their families held the first annual Community Service Weekend. Fifty-three 9th graders, twenty-three parents, and three 11th graders contributed a total of 236 volunteer hours.

Together through their efforts they:

  • Repackaged 3,750 pounds of sliced, frozen carrots -- which equals 15,000 servings -- for distribution to local food banks by Food Lifeline.
  • Cleared English Ivy and mulched a hillside at Sacajawea Playground in a forest restoration project with EarthCorps.
  • Collected 73 bikes for Bike Works to use in its social enterprise bike shop and for distribution to youth and adults who cannot afford a bike of their own.

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