2016-2017 Funded Schools

PARISH SCHOOL SERVICE LEARNING PLAN
Jefferson Academy of Our Lady Health Occupations students will partner with Girls on the Run to serve as junior coaches for girls in grades 3-8.
Jefferson Archbishop Chapelle
High School
10th grade Religion class prepares meals for cancer patients served by Hope Lodge.
Jefferson Archbishop Chapelle
High School
Environmental science classes partner with LSU Coastal Roots to grow trees at their school to plant at Bonnet Carre Spillway.
Jefferson Harahan Elementary School 4th grade and 1st-5th grade Gifted students study the impact of feral hogs in Jean Lafitte National Park and monitor evidence of their activity.
Jefferson Immaculate Conception School 7th grade religion classes make sandwiches for homeless at Ozanam Inn.
Jefferson John Curtis Christian School Students mentor pre-K students at Clancy-Maggoire Elementary.
Jefferson Metairie Academy for
Advanced Studies
Enrichment class knits scarves for veterans through the Knit Your Bit Program sponsored by National WWII Museum.
Jefferson Metairie Park Country Day  7th grade Earth Science students help address erosion in Grand Isle through LSU Coastal Roots Program.
Jefferson Patrick F. Taylor Science and Technology Academy High school students teach and learn with 6th graders about the environment.
Jefferson Patrick F. Taylor Science and Technology Academy 7th graders buddy with K/1st graders at M. L. King, Jr. Charter School to read and write together.
Jefferson Schneckenburger
Elementary School
2nd graders are all EARS (Excited About Reading and Sharing) with Head Start students.
Jefferson

St. Ann School

6th & 7th graders partner with students at The Good Shepherd School.
Jefferson St. Anthony School Students in grades 4-7 learn about the elderly and will visit residents at Our Lady of Wisdom Health Care Center.
Jefferson St. Clement of Rome School 2nd Graders will partner with Sunrise Living Center residents and make blankets for Angel's Place.
Jefferson St. Clement of Rome School 6th graders write and share the book with St. Michael's students.
Jefferson St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School 4th, 5th, & 6th graders partner with Youth Wetlands Program through LSU Ag Center to restore plants and trees in 4 areas.
Jefferson St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School 6th graders teach about butterflies to children in PreK-4 through 1st at St. Alphonsus School.
Jefferson St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School 7th graders plan, prepare and serve meals to homeless at Lantern Light Ministries.
Jefferson St. Francis Xavier School Grades 5-7 partner with St. Vincent de Paul Community Pharmacy and Adult Learning Center to provide medical/pharmaceutical supplies to former and school supplies to latter.
Jefferson St. Martin's Episcopal School 2nd graders learn about animals and make pet adoption bags, blankets, cat toys, and treats for dogs.
Orleans Academy of the Sacred Heart 10th - 12th grade students in ceramics/fine art host "empty bowl" event to benefit Bread for the World.
Orleans Ben Franklin High School Two high school students bridge the gap between classroom and scientic research to inspire younger students at Arise Academy.
Orleans Cabrini High School Each student in 8th grade religion class will mentor a buddy in reading and communication skills at Morris Jeff Community School.
Orleans Cabrini High School Students in sophmore religion class buddy with a student from The Esperanza School to mentor in reading and speaking.
Orleans Cabrini High School Junior religion classes prepare bag lunches and serve a meals to homeless at St. Joseph Rebuild Center.
Orleans Cabrini High School 12th grade religion students partner with Pontifical Mission  Society to teach elementary students through games about life in other countries.
Orleans Christian Brothers School
- St. Anthony Campus
2nd graders will partner with Vista Shores residents to make blankets for children served by Ronald McDonald House.
Orleans Edna Karr High School Math students address coastal erosion through LSU Coastal Roots Program.
Orleans Jesuit High School High school students mentor and teach math and language arts to middle school students during summer program.
Orleans Kipp Renaissance
Early College Academy
9th graders study food security, learn farming techniques and share crops with Our School at Blair Grocery.
Orleans Louise S. McGehee School 5th graders partner with LSU Coastal Roots to grow native trees from seed at their school, then plant in a coastal area to prevent land loss.
Orleans Louise S. McGehee School 6th grade students develop lessons and activities to teach reading and writing to their 2nd grade buddies at Wilson Charter School.
Orleans Louise S. McGehee School 7th grade students plan, create, and share original games and activities that will mentally stimulate residents of Poydras Home.
Orleans Louise S. McGehee School 10th graders investigate "The American Dream" through literature and history and partner with Grace at Green Light to serve homeless.
Orleans Louise S. McGehee School 11th graders study relationship between government and citizens and help Habitat build a house, learning about the issue of housing.
Orleans Louise S. McGehee School 8th grade students in STEAM and Environmental Science classes share their knowledge with 1st graders at Harney School.
Orleans Lusher Charter School Environmental Science students grow vegetables for clients of N O Mission.
Orleans Lusher Charter School Environmental Science students grow wetland grasses to plant on barrier island.
Orleans Lusher Charter School Environmental Science students test water quality of Audubon Park lagoons for Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation.
Orleans Lycée Français de la
Nouvelle-Orléans
Students grow plants to transplant in Grand Isle.
Orleans Mount Carmel Academy Religion classes paint and repair homes for those in need with Habitat for Humanity's A Brush with Kindness Program.
Orleans Mount Carmel Academy Religion classes prepare and serve food to homeless through St. Joseph Rebuild Center.
Orleans Mount Carmel Academy Students care for companion animals at Animal Rescue of N.O. facility.
Orleans Mount Carmel Academy Child Development classes plan Easter event for St. Michael's students.
Orleans Mount Carmel Academy Student teams tailor program for other schools to address truancy, bullying, cyber bullying, smoking, self-esteem, substance abuse and other topics.
Orleans Mount Carmel Academy High school students present a lesson on energy transfer for St. Pius X middle schoolers using food chains, food webs and owl pellets.
Orleans Pierre A. Capdau Charter School 4th graders will use math and science skills to create Community Garden partnering with Restoration Initiative for Culture and Community.
Orleans St. Benedict the Moor School 1st graders learn about caring for pets and will provide treats and toys for companion animals at LA-SPCA.
Orleans St. Benedict the Moor School 3rd graders learn about health, nutrition and homeless and minister to those served by Second Harvest and Ozanam Inn.
Orleans St. Benedict the Moor School 3rd grade students pair with retired Sisters of the Holy Family as GrandFriends.
Orleans St. Benedict the Moor School 4th graders learn about people with disabilities and design and implement activities with students at St. Michael's Special School.
Orleans St. Benedict the Moor School 4th graders learn about the importance of the wetlands and plant marsh grass at Chef Pass.
Orleans St. Benedict the Moor School 2nd graders reduce, reuse, and recycle through The Green Project and Groundwork New Orleans.
Orleans St. Benedict the Moor School Kindergarteners write letters to LA National Guard to express appreciation for their service to community.
Orleans St. Dominic Elementary School 7th grade religion class prepares meals monthly for homeless at St. Joseph Rebuild Center and minister to elderly at Vista Shores Assisted Living Center.
Orleans St. George's Episcopal School Kindergarteners create 100 valentines on 100 day to give to children at Children's Hospital.
Orleans St. George's Episcopal School 3rd graders host walk-a-thon to benefit American Red Cross.
Orleans St. Paul's Episcopal School 6th graders plant and grow bitter panicum for planting in Grand Isle State Park.
Orleans St. Paul's Episcopal School Students partner with St. Michael's School, St. Paul's Senior Center, and Craig School.
Orleans St. Pius X School 7th graders share with St. Mary of the Angels Head Start Center.
Orleans Ursuline Academy Senior religion class partners with Common Ground Relief Foundation to protect the wetlands.
Orleans Ursuline Academy 9th grade religion class shares Scripture lessons with elementary students at St. Benedict the Moor School.
Orleans Ursuline Academy Sophomore Religion Classes partner with St. Michael students.
Orleans Ursuline Academy Juniors fight hunger and poverty through Second Harvest.
Orleans Ursuline Academy 8th Grade Theology classes minister to the elderly at PACE.
Orleans Warren Easton Charter
High School
Engineering Class conducts STEM activities with 6th and 7th graders at Good Shepherd  School.
Plaquemines Belle Chasse High School Students honor veterans.
Plaquemines Belle Chasse Primary 2nd graders compare and contrast different generations; then interview residents at Riverbend Nursing Facility.
Plaquemines Belle Chasse Primary 4th graders learn value of preservation from local historical society then reenact battle at Fort Jackson to raise funds for its preservation.
St. Bernard Chalmette High School Students invite 2nd graders from 3 schools to Earth Day activities to promote environmental awareness.
St. Bernard Chalmette High School 9th grade physical science students teach 2nd graders at Smith Elementary about the wetlands.
St. Bernard Our Lady of Prompt
Succor School
Middle Schoolers learn about recycling, conduct yearlong drive to collect pull tabs from cans to donate to Ronald McDonald House.
St. Charles Albert Cammon Middle School Students host luncheon for senior adults.
St. Charles Destrehan High School Junior Reserve Officers' Training teaches American Flag etiquette to Hurst and Cammon middle schoolers.
St. Charles Destrehan High School Students go to elementary and junior high schools to teach about wetlands.
St. Charles Destrehan High School HS Industrial Electronics class parters with feeder middle schoolers to inspire them to investigate S.T.E.M.
St. Charles Hahnville High School Students engage with senior adults at Ashton Manor Assisted Living in games and art activities.
St. Charles Hahnville High School Gifted English students advocate literacy.
St. Charles Harry Hurst Middle School 8th Grade Earth Science Class reaches out to other schools through activities such as "Scat ID game" and teaches other students about saving the wetlands.
St. Charles New Sarpy Elementary All 5th graders from Schoeffner Elementary will mentor all 2nd graders from New Sarpy  bi-monthly in reading and writing.
St. Charles Sacred Heart of Jesus School Students in PreK-7 prepare personal care items and non-perishable food for homeless at Ozanam Inn.
St. Charles

St. Charles Parish
Satellite Center

Introduction to Education Class seniors learn about literacy instruction and visit Eastbank Head Start to read and do literacy activities with children.
St. Charles

St. Charles Parish
Satellite Center

Tourism and Culinary students plan event to support Wetland Watchers and prepare meal for clients of Ozanam Inn.
St. James St. James Parish Career and Technology Center ProStart students partner with Fast Food Farm to plant crops, demonstrate food processing and teach elementary students about healthy eating.
St. James St. James Parish Career and Technology Center Cosmetology Classes share skills with residents of  Chateau St. James Nursing Home.
St. James St. James Parish Career and Technology Center Agriscience students prepare garden plots at Fast Food Farm, care for plants, and harvest crops for donation to St. Vincent De Paul.
St. John St. Joan of Arc Catholic School 5th graders organize walk-a-thon to raise money to purchase items for activity carts for patients at Children's Hospital.
St. Tammany Archbishop Hannan
High School
Students in grades 11 Religion class will assemble care package and will visit with the people who are homeless when they deliver packages to Ozanam Inn.
St. Tammany Covington High School "Hand-in-Hand" Science Awareness Day - High School Students Mentor Second Graders
St. Tammany Fifth Ward Junior High School 6th-8th grade Ag students raise chickens, then donate eggs, chickens and coops to low-income families.
St. Tammany Mandeville High School Industrial Arts and Art Classes partner with Mandeville Police Toys for Tots Program to build and paint toys for local Head Start pupils.
St. Tammany Mandeville Junior High School Talented in Art students create pottery bowls to sell at local fund raiser to benefit The Samaritan Center.
St. Tammany Mary Queen of Peace
Catholic School
7th grade science students partner with St. Michael Special School to teach students about exercise and healthy foods.
St. Tammany Montelone Junior High School Art students and Art club create pottery bowls to sell at local fund raiser to benefit The Samaritan Center.
St. Tammany Saint Paul's School 10th grade English students partner with 1st graders at Midway to write and illustrate books to give to their buddies.
St. Tammany St. Margaret Mary
Catholic School
6th grade students create care packages for homeless at Community Chistian Concern and Mt. Olive Feeding Ministry.
St. Tammany St. Scholastica Academy Environmental Science students partner with LSU Coastal Roots to help restore local wetlands.
St. Tammany St. Scholastica Academy Environmental Science students promote healthy eating by growing vegetables for Covington Food Bank.
Tangipahoa Loranger Middle School Middle School Special Education students provide services to local nursing home in order to generate intergenerational partnerships.
Tangipahoa Martha Vinyard Elementary Gifted students prepare academic festival for Perrin Early Childhood Center.
Tangipahoa Ponchatoula High School Agriscience students grow and harvest crops; then they will prepare food for residents at Westminster Place.
Tangipahoa Ponchatoula High School

Talented Art students create art to raise funds for animal shelter.

Tangipahoa Roseland Montessori School Over period of 3 visits 3rd graders use activities to build intergenerational relationships with clients at 3 different senior centers.

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