De La Salle High School Approved Agencies for Service Hours
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Volunteer work performed at the following agencies qualifies toward satisfying De La Salle High School’s service hour requirement for sophomores and juniors during the 2017-2018 academic year.  If you wish to volunteer at an agency not listed below, you must have written permission from Mrs. Perry Rogers.  Contacting Mrs. Rogers by email is acceptable at  If you fail to meet this requirement, you take the risk that your service hours will not be credited.

Students should always call the agency before volunteering to be sure programs listed are still in place, to double-check hours, and to find out if there is any required training or other prerequisites.


If you are requesting permission for approved hours at an agency not on this list, please keep the following goals in mind. If you believe your chosen agency meets one of these objectives, then email Ms. Rogers for final approval.

1) The opportunity to serve people in need, including those in poverty, as well as those suffering from physical or mental health issues.

2) The opportunity to be exposed to and learn about social justice issues through service.

3) The opportunity for spiritual growth or for the support of a church community through service to others.

School Projects, Tutoring and Work with Children


A’s & Aces

Summary: Program provides academic enrichment and tennis lessons to New Orleans public school children (no tennis experience necessary).

Location: Dillard University in Gentilly and Joe Brown Park in New Orleans East

Dates: Weekdays during the summer

Contact: Freya Hoffman-Terry,, (504) 434-2259

Carrollton Summer Camp

Summary: This camp is run by the St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church for low-income kids in New Orleans. Activities include art, music, drama, academic enrichment, athletics, and more. The camp is held at Lyons Recreation Center in Uptown New Orleans. Students over the age of 17 will need a background check.

Location: Lyons Recreation Center, 624 Louisiana Ave. New Orleans, LA 70112

Dates: Weekdays during the summer

Contact: Sean Tate,, (504) 615-4971

Catholic Charities
Summary: Catholic Charities welcomes high school students and invites them to join in as volunteers in one of sixty varied programs. One program designed specifically for teenage boys and girls is the SERVE project. Through SERVE students can sign up for 12-40 hours of volunteering at various sites throughout the archdiocese including Second Harvest Food Bank and summer youth camps. Volunteer sessions culminate with a day of reflection and fun where students connect their volunteer experiences to ways they can continue to make a difference in their own communities.

Location: 1000 Howard Avenue, New Orleans, LA, 70113

Contact: Contact: Shannon Murphy, (504) 310-6929,

Cub Corner – Pre-School
Summary: Cub Corner, a daycare facility for children 6 weeks through the age of three, run by the Sisters of Mount Carmel, on the campus of Mount Carmel High School. Volunteers (16+) are needed to play games, read stories, sing and help with chores on weekday afternoons.
Location: 420 Robert E. Lee Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70124
Contact: Elizabeth Coe, (504) 286-8673

FirstLine Summer Academy

Summary: Summer program for low-income children in New Orleans which focuses on academics in the morning, with afternoons set aside for sports, arts, and music. Volunteers would be tutoring and playing sports with children. Volunteers will need to submit an application packet and attend an orientation.

Location: Samuel Green Charter (2319 Valence St, New Orleans, LA 70115) and Langston Hughes Academy (3519 Trafalgar St, New Orleans, LA 70119)

Dates: Weekdays from June 6-30.

Contact: Brandon Caples, (504) 717-3204,

FirstLine Summer Camp X

Summary: Summer program for low-income children in New Orleans which focuses on non-academic enrichment projects, such as art, bicycle repair, and urban gardening.

Location: Phyllis Wheatley Community School, 2300 Dumaine St, New Orleans, LA 70119

Dates: Weekdays from June 6-30.

Contact: Corrie Kennedy, (504) 717-3204,

FirstLine Kindergarten Play

Summary: Summer program for low-income children ages four to six, which focuses on recreation and arts activities.

Location: Arthur Ashe Charter School, 1456 Gardena Dr, New Orleans, LA 70122

Dates: Weekdays from June 6-30.

Contact: Corrie Kennedy, (504) 717-3204,

Good Shepherd School
Summary: The Good Shepherd School runs summer camps for children in Kindergarten through 7th grade. Volunteer duties would include assisting with classroom activities, lunch, field trips, and recreational activities.

Location: 353 Baronne St., NOLA 70112

Dates: Weekdays during the summer; after school during the school year.

Contact: Glenn Ferrand, 598-9399,

Israelite Baptist Church
Summary: Agency serves low-income residents of Central City. Duties would include assisting with fun and academically challenging summer camp activities for kids ages 7-12.  Duties also include chaperoning fieldtrips on Friday outings.

Location: 2100 Martin Luther King Blvd. NOLA 70113

Dates: Weekdays during the summer. After school tutoring may also be available during the school year.

Contact: Jennifer Page, (504) 931-3266,

Louisiana Children's Museum

Summary: The Louisiana Children’s Museum is a non-profit institution that serves families from all socio-economic levels and it depends on volunteers to provide quality programming. Louisiana Children’s Museum needs qualified volunteers for its summer and year-round volunteer programs. Volunteers works hard but have a lot of fun. Apply NOW for the summer program.

Location: 420 Julia Street, New Orleans, LA 70130

Contact: Simone Robinson / Ann Curren, (504) 266-2416

Metairie Ridge Day Care
Summary:  Volunteers with a caring presence and kind attitude are needed to assist with the children. Must have background check.

Location: 215 Phosphor Avenue, Metairie, LA 70005

Contact: Susan Acosta (504) 831-2887

New Orleans Museum of Art

Summary: NOMA needs high school junior and seniors to assist in the NORD program and summer art classes. Volunteers will be trained.

Location: #1 Collins Diboll Circle, New Orleans, LA 70179

Contact: Lauren Serie, (504) 658-4100,

Our Lady of Guadelupe Church
Summary: The church is looking for volunteers to help with a Vacation Bible School from 9:00 am- 12:00 noon from June 26th- 30th. Training will take place the week before. There is also a brief introductory meeting on May 28th at 10:00am.

Location: 411 N. Rampart Street, New Orleans, LA 70112

Contact: Krasia Anderson, (504) 908-2386, (504) 525-1551

St. Anna’s Episcopal
St. Anna’s runs camps for local children focusing on academics and the arts. St. Anna’s encourages students with an interest in music and the arts to apply.

Location: 1313 Esplanade Avenue, New Orleans

Dates: Students would work either the first or second session. Session One: June 19-23 and June 26-30. Session Two: July 10-14 and July 17-21. All volunteers must attend certain training classes held the week of June 12.

Contact: Darryl Durham, 947-2121

Care for Elderly Persons

Alpha House

Location: 20127 Highway 36, Covington, LA 70434

Contact: (985) 892-7074 or Shannon Murphy at (504) 310-6962


Atrium Assisted Living

Location: 6555 Park Manor Dr., Metairie, LA 70003

Contact: (504) 454-6635


Carrington Place

Location: 5301 Tullis Drive, NOLA 70131

Contact: (504) 394-5807

Chateau de Notre Dame
Summary: The ministry of the Archdiocese of New Orleans needs volunteers who enjoy interacting with the elderly in group activities as well as on an individual basis.

Location: 2832 Burdette Street, New Orleans, LA 70125

Contact: Lisa Heisser, (504) 866-2741

Chateau Living Center

Summary: This residence for senior citizens is in need of volunteers to help with various activities and to assist with the pets and pet therapy.

Location: 716 Village Road, New Orleans, LA 70065

Contact: Shanka, (504) 464-0604

Colonial Oaks Living Center
Summary: Volunteers are needed to call Bingo, wheel residents to activities, and to assist at parties, socials and church. Flexible hours are available.

Location: 4312 Ithaca Street, Metairie, LA 70006

Contact:  Myra Dunn, (504) 887-6414

Ferncrest Manor Living Center

Summary: Volunteers are needed to help residents with entertainment, gardening, reading and one-on-one visitation.

Location: 14500 Hayne Blvd. New Orleans, LA 70128

Contact:  Cherry Ramsey, (504) 246-1426

Greenbrier Community Care Center

Location: 505 Robert Blvd., Slidell, LA 70458

Contact: (985) 643-6900


The Greenwalt Center

Location: 1926 18th St., Kenner, LA 70062

Contact: 461-5889 or Shannon Murphy at (504) 310-6962

Heart of Hospice

Location: Locations vary

Contact: Beth Chauvin, (504) 341-0038

Note: Volunteers would help the elderly with various tasks and activities (reading to them, praying with them, assisting with and sharing meals, playing bingo, etc.). Heart of Hospice works with eldercare organizations across the New Orleans metro area, so students could choose to work in the neighborhood most convenient for them.


Heritage Manor of Mandeville

Location: 1820 W Causeway Approach, Mandeville, LA 70448

Contact: (985) 626-4798

Our Lady of Wisdom Healthcare Center
Summary: The residence is primarily for retired priests and religious who need assistance in their daily living. Family members of priests and religious also reside here.

Location: 5600 General DeGaulle Dr., New Orleans, LA 70131

Contact: Angela Paz, (504) 394-5991

Poydras Home
Summary: Poydras Home is located in uptown New Orleans and is home to 74 senior citizens. Volunteers are needed to assist residents with reading, games, bingo, card games, gardening, social interaction and also to assist with field trips.
Location: 5354 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70115

Contact: Lynette Watler, (504) 0535

Riverbend Nursing & Rehab Center

Location: 13735 Highway 23, Belle Chasse, LA 70037

Contact: Evelyn Crochet, 656-0068


St. Joseph Hospice

Location: 824 Elmwood Park Blvd. #155, Harahan, 70123

Contact: 734-0140

Vista Shores Assisted Living Center
Summary: This beautiful new assisted living center is in need of volunteers who enjoy helping the elderly in a pleasant atmosphere.

Location:  5958 St. Bernard Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70122
Contact: Connie Faucon (504) 875-2500

St. Luke’s Living Center

Location: 4201 Woodland Dr., NOLA 70131

Contact: 378-5050

St. Margaret’s at Mercy

Location: 3525 Bienville St., NOLA 70119

Contact: Brian Diaz, 279-6414


Sunrise Assisted Living
Volunteers must be 16 years old and complete an application.

Location: 3732 W. Esplanade Ave, Metairie, LA 70002

Contact: Janet Ferrano, (504) 889-9777,


Wynhoven Healthcare Center

Location: 1050 Medical Center Blvd., Marrero, 70072

Contact: 347-0777

Persons with Disabilities

The Arc of Greater New Orleans
Summary: The mission of the Arc-GNO is to secure for all persons with intellectual difficulties the opportunity to develop, function and live to their fullest potential. Volunteers (16+) are needed to help sort Mardi Gras beads, help with activities during the summer months, and do other misc. tasks (all year). Individuals who do well will be considered for employment. Arc-GNO will also write letters of recommendation, if needed.
Location: 925 Labarre Road, Metairie, LA 70001
Contact: Ann Christian, (504) 837-5105

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

Summary: Volunteers are needed at fundraising events (manning water stations, icing down drinks, helping register participants), as well as office help (newsletter mailing, preparing signs). Office hours are 8:30-5:30 M-F and can use students’ help all year long.

Location: 4621 W. Napoleon, Ste 207, Metairie, LA 70001

Contact: Caitlyn Alvares, (504) 455-5194

Jefferson Parish Parks and Recreation
Summary: A great opportunity to work with special children who are mentally and physically challenged. Volunteers are needed to help serve food and mix with special children at their special events.

Location: 6921 Saints Drive

Contact: Gary Schmidt, (504) 736-6999

JoJo’s Hope Adapted Aquatics Program
Summary: JoJo’s Hope is a charitable swimming and aquatic program in which teaching methods and student activities are adapted to meet the needs of individuals who, because of a mental or physical impairment, cannot readily achieve success in a regular swim program. The classes are held on Sunday afternoons, and the program is by appointment only.

Location: 2009 Mississippi St., Kenner, LA 70062

Contact: Paula LaCour, (504) 385-0046

Muscular Dystrophy Association
Summary: Volunteers are needed to serve as counselors at one week-long camp for patients diagnosed with muscular dystrophy and to assist in the office on an on-going basis.

Location:  4401 N I-10 Service Rd. Suite 104, Metairie, LA 70006
Contact: David Baker or Mollie Lehmullier, (504) 455-4460

Overnight Camps for the Disabled

Overview: These one-week camps are geared toward children with special needs. Students are usually responsible for one child or a small group of children for the entirety of camp. Duties may include getting them out of bed in the morning, helping them bathe and dress, assisting them in the bathroom, feeding them, bringing them to activities, and putting them to bed at night. Students may also have assignments geared toward the smooth running of the camp as a whole. Overnight camps can be intense and exhausting, but they are extremely rewarding.

Abbie Rogers Civitan Camp

Summary: Camp serves people ages 6 months to 65 years old with various types of developmental disabilities. The first week is for children and teens; the second week is for adults. Students are paired with an individual or small group as a friend/buddy during one of the sessions and are responsible for direct care and supervision as well as daily living needs and camp activities (swimming, hiking, boating, arts and crafts, etc.).

Location: Lumberton, Mississippi, about 1½ hours from New Orleans.

Dates: Youth Session, July 15-21; Adult Session, July 23-28

Contact: Terri Daniels,


Camp Challenge

Summary: Camp serves children with cancer and blood disorders.  Siblings also attend camp. Students work as camp counselors, staff, or assistants.

Location: Lions Camp near Leesville, LA.

Dates: July 22-28. Mandatory training in New Orleans on July 8.

Contact: Cathy Allain, 347-2267,

Camp Kandoo

Summary: Camp Kandoo serves children ages 6-12 with Down’s Syndrome. Volunteers will accompany campers for all activities and help campers with daily life skills.

Location: Outside Monroe, in Choudrant, LA.

Dates: June 11-16

Contact: Kacie Hobson, (318) 329-8405,


Camp Pelican

Summary: Camp serves children with pulmonary disorders: cystic fibrosis, chronic asthma, ventilator dependent. Students work as activity staff, counselors, or counselors-in-training.

Location: Lions Camp near Leesville, LA.

Dates: May 27-June 3. Mandatory training held in New Orleans on May 13.

Contact: Cathy Allain, 347-2267,


Camp Rolling Thunder

Summary: Camp Rolling Thunders serves children with spina bifida and orthopedic conditions. Volunteers will accompany campers for all activities and help campers with daily life skills.

Location: Outside Monroe, in Choudrant, LA.

Dates: June 4-9

Contact: Kacie Hobson, (318) 329-8405,


Camp Rough Riders

Summary: Camp Rough Riders serves children with cerebral palsy. Volunteers will be responsible for assigned camper(s) at all times. Volunteers will accompany campers for all activities and help campers with daily life skills.

Location: Outside Monroe, in Choudrant, LA.

Dates: July 9-14

Contact: Kacie Hobson, (318) 329-8405,

Camp Smile

Summary: Camp Smile serves children and adults with various disabilities. Volunteers will be responsible for assigned camper(s) at all times. Volunteers will accompany campers for all activities and help campers with daily life skills. Location: Camp is located near Mobile, Alabama.

Dates: There is a mandatory counselor training June 22-24. Then you work one of four sessions.

Contact: Matrisza Alvarez, (251) 479-4900,


Camp Smiling Suns

Summary: Camp Smiling Suns serves children ages 13-16 with Down’s Syndrome. Volunteers will accompany campers for all activities and help campers with daily life skills.

Location: Outside Monroe, in Choudrant, LA.

Dates: July 16-21

Contact: Kacie Hobson, (318) 329-8405,


Krewe de Camp
Summary: Camp serves children with cerebral palsy and similar conditions. Students are responsible for all facets of caring for a child with cerebral palsy including feeding, bathing, clothing, assisting in daily activities, and providing companionship for the week of camp.

Location: Camp Abbey in Covington.

Dates: May 27 – June 2

Contact: Lauren Davis, 914-6157


Muscular Dystrophy Association Camp

Summary: MDA Camp serves children and adults ages 6-21 with neuromuscular disorder. Students work one-on-one with a camper, acting as his “muscles” and assisting with daily living tasks and camp activities.

Location: Camp is located in Pollack, LA.

Dates: June 17-23

Contact: Molly Lehmuller, 455-4460

Services for the Poor

Grace at the Greenlight

Summary: The agency serves breakfast EVERY morning to about 75 homeless people. They would appreciate volunteer help from 6:30 am until 7:40 am on both weekends and weekdays.

Location: Living Witness Church, 1528 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70113


Ozanam Inn
Summary: The agency serves food and provides temporary shelter for homeless men, as well as other services. Volunteer duties include distributing mail, serving meals and assisting clients. Volunteers also assist by making sandwiches and folding and storing linen for the dormitory. Meals and clothing are distributed to men, women, and children.

Location: 843 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Contact: Shanda Smith or Volunteer Coordinator, (504) 523-1184

The Rebuild Center
Summary: A collaborative outreach program offering assistance and support to those in our society who are most vulnerable.
Location: 1803 Gravier Street, New Orleans, LA 70112

Contact: (504) 273-5573 Ext. 114

Rebuilding Together New Orleans
Summary: A volunteer effort to improve the quality of life of low income homeowners, particularly those who are elderly, disabled, or single head of households with minor children, through home repair and revitalization of New Orleans’ neighborhoods.

October 7 and 14 are the dates for Rebuilding Together New Orleans. See Ms. Rogers if you are interested in volunteering with a group of De La Salle students.

Location: 932 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Contact: Kaitlyn Williams, (504) 636-3061

Second Harvest Food Bank
Summary: Second Harvesters is a non-profit food bank that accepts donations from the food industry and distributes them to charitable agencies that care of those in need. They need sorting food items every weekday and on Saturdays. It is a good idea to volunteer in groups for this work, but call first to schedule a work date. PLAN EARLY – unfortunately, students cannot be accommodated at the last minute.

Location: 700 Edward Avenue, Harahan, LA 70123
Contact: Catie Quinn or Tara, (504) 729-2834

Health Care

East Jefferson General Hospital
Summary: East Jefferson General Hospital needs volunteers, as do all hospitals. If the medical field interests you, please sign up early since training is required.

Location: 4320 Houma, Metairie, LA 70006

Contact: Volunteer Coordinator, (504) 849-4000

Ochsner Health System
Summary: Volunteer opportunities exist in many areas at Ochsner. Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community by sharing your talents and interests. Most volunteers donate three to four hours per week; however, additional hours are welcome and a minimum of fifty hours is required. Call the above number for New Orleans. For Kenner call the volunteer coordinator at 712-8825; for the West Bank call the volunteer coordinator at 391-5126. You can apply online at Click on the “Donate and Volunteer” tab. Apply soon so you will not miss orientation.
Location: 1514 Jefferson Hwy., Jefferson, LA 70121

Contact: (504) 842-5095 (Main Office) or (504) 391-5126 (Westbank Office)

Children’s Hospital
Summary: Includes visiting and interacting with patients up to 21 years old.
Location: 200 Henry Clay Ave., New Orleans, 70118
Dates: Summer weekdays
Contact: 896-9487


West Jefferson Medical Center
Summary: Volunteer duties would vary with the needs of each department. You must be placed in a department where patient interaction is allowed.
Location: 1101 Medical Center Blvd., Marrero, 70072
Dates: Weekdays
Contact: Volunteer Services, 349-1136


Southeast Louisiana Veterans Health Care System

Summary: The Summer Youth Volunteer Program runs from June 2- July 28, 2017.  It is open for students entering 10th grade- 12th grade.  We offer a variety of positions throughout the hospital for students to volunteer in.  Most students serve 2- 3 days a week, either 4 or 8 hour shifts.  We provide lunch for our volunteers at our cafeteria. Students considering this summer program should contact Ms. White by May 26th if possible. However, other opportunities to volunteer are available.
Contact: Cynthia White,,  (504) 507-2000 x62107

Respite and Hospice

Angels’ Place
Summary: Angels’ Place is a non-profit organization that provides loving care and support to seriously and terminally ill children and their families. Angels’ Place is looking for volunteers to assist with office mailings, copying, preparing for fundraisers, and assisting staff members at fundraisers.
Location: 4323 Division, Suite 206, Metairie, LA 70002
Contact: Mary Kantlehner, (504) 455-2620

Canon Hospice
Summary: Volunteering at Canon Hospice is a great way to earn service hours. We have need for volunteers to work with our QA department as clerical assistance, and in the bereavement, and pastoral care departments, as well as patient/family companions.
Location: 1221 S. Clearview Pkwy, Jefferson, LA 70121
Contact: Paige Perre, (504) 818-2723

Notre Dame Hospice
Summary: The end of life care is a ministry of the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Support from volunteers greatly enhances the patients’ lives. It can be as simple as reading to, or spending time with a patient a few times a week. If you are interested in this ministry, please download a volunteer application at
(504) 227-3600 or (985) 847-0174

Harmony Hospice
Summary: Clarity Hospice is looking for volunteers in all walks of life to serve the hospice patients and their families. Volunteers can serve in many capacities, such as: reading to patients, running errands, meal preparation, light housekeeping, yard work, etc.
Location: 3621 Ridgelake St., Metairie, LA 70002
Contact: Pauley McCrary (504) 832-8111

Ronald McDonald House
Summary: This is a temporary residence for out-of-town families of sick children are being treated in New Orleans.
Location: 4403 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70119
Contact: Bre Foster, (504) 496-6668

St. Joseph’s Hospice
Summary: Learn about life. River Region Hospice teen volunteers are caring individuals who are open to new life experiences. Volunteer after school or weekends. Training will be provided. Parent or guardian must authorize a background check, agree to drug testing and provide references. Teen volunteers assist our patients, family and staff in many ways such as visiting with patients, listening to their stories, reading to or playing games with them, and helping to produce life reviews, memory videos, and photography scrapbooks.

This volunteer opportunity also includes some experience in the medical field, working alongside nurses and other medical technicians.

Location: 507 Upstream Avenue, River Ridge, LA 70123
Contact: James Furst, (504) 734-0140 or


Bridge House / Grace House
Summary: Bridge House is a long-term (usually one year), intensive alcohol and drug addiction treatment center for those who have lost the ability to support themselves (homeless and indigent). Volunteers are needed to work in the kitchen, thrift store, used car lot, and business office and to help with fundraising (either established events or create new ones).
Location: 1160 Camp Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Contact: Kevin Gardere, (504) 522-4475


Animal Rescue Center of New Orleans (ARNO)
Summary: This only no-kill animal shelter in New Orleans needs help walking and taking care of abandoned dogs and cats. Other duties include: socializing animals, organizing supplies, and other duties listed on our brochure. This all-volunteer shelter needs help after school and on weekend. Training is provided. Contact
271 Plauche Street, Harahan, LA 70123
Contact: April Allain

Audubon Park and Zoo Horticulture Department
Summary: Volunteers are needed at Audubon Park and Zoo to assist the Horticulture Department staff in trimming, weeding, mulching, watering and landscaping the zoo and park’s gardens.
Location: 6500 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70118
Contact: Volunteer Coordinator, (504) 212-5234

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and Audubon Insectarium
Summary: Audubon Insectarium is looking for volunteers who would like to serve as Bug Ambassadors. These volunteers will be involved in providing an exciting educational experience for the guests to the Insectarium.
Location: 1 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA
Contact: (504) 378-2665

National World War II Museum
Summary: Summer Service Hour Volunteers needed Monday-Thursday from 10 AM-1 PM or 1-4 PM from June 30-July 31, 2014. Online application at
Location: 945 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Contact: Georgia Daniels (504) 527-6012 ext. 367

St. Michael’s Special School’s Harbor Fest Service Opportunity
Duties involve set-up and clean-up or event. June 16 and 17, 2017
Location: Harbor Bar and Grill, 3024 17th Street, Metairie
Contact: Michelle Rigney (504)524-7285


Magnolia School’s Prom Social
May 26, 2017, 5:00-9:00 p.m.
Duties involve serving drinks/snacks and interacting with guests.
Location: 100 Central Avenue, Jefferson, LA.
Contact: Rosa (504)427-7545


St. Michael’s Special School, Summer Camp
June 5-July 14
Duties involve volunteering as a camp counselor. Please contact St. Michaels’ to make arrangements for volunteering.
Looking for volunteers who can give one or two weeks
Contact: Pam Strohmeyer (504-239-1901


Catholic Elementary School and Parish or Church Work- Students may want to explore service opportunities through their local parish. However, students must get written approval from Ms. Rogers for these hours.  Please email Ms. Rogers with a specific description of the service activities you plan to do and the name of a contact person who will be supervising you.
Contact: Pastor or Youth Director (CCD teacher or aid).
Contact: Principal