Pacific Beach Middle Cares
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How will you get involved and change the world?
How will you help break last year's record of over 14,000 hours of service to the community.
Check our service opportunities and our weekly bulletin for service ideas.
Are there regular opportunities to get involved?
Take action is the highest form of service:
Plan your own event. Ask your teacher how to start. Or...Check our service opportunities webpage and our weekly bulletin events and ideas.
Join a club and earn service: Builders, Garden, Eco, Yearbook, Video, Model United Nations, etc.
Storefront Dinner: Sponsor a dinner for 24 hungry teens. Plan, prepare and deliver dinner on the first Thursday of the month. Contact Builders Club Advisor for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org.
PB Town Council Beach Clean Up: First Saturday of the month, 9am. Attend with parent.
Document all service hours in your planner to be eligible for surprise recognition events, end-of-the-year activities and awards.
EcoPhones: used cell phones, iPods, printer cartridges. Drop off to Builders Club for 30 minutes of service for each.
Box Tops: Drop off to the secretary for FOPBSS for 30 minutes of service per full sandwich bag.
Soda Tabs: Drop off to Builders Club for 30 minutes of service per full sandwich bag. To benefit Ronald McDonald House at Children Hospital.
NOTE: Administration is considering the following for 2013-2014 school year: Only 1/4 of your hours can be satisfied with a collection drive or fundraisers.
Yes: volunteering at church, Women's Club, Scouts, or other non-profit organization. Walking in a walk like Diabetes, Susan G. Komen, or Heart Walk. Yes, joining an outside club like Jr. Marines, or Scouts.
Yes: performing for the community - Jr. Marines marching in the Mr. Luther King Jr. Parade; dancing Folklórico in Old Town; band playing at Balboa Park or at BeachFest.
No: house or family chores, helping a parent, neighbor or private business. That is your regular obligation as a family member and a neighbor. If you're not sure, see Mrs. Sims.
If you are participating in an off site service activity it is district policy to have a transportation waiver on file. Waivers are available in the front office.