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Service Board Presents Blessing Boxes and Baking Bread 

On January 8, CA assembled Trail Mix snacks for Faith Mission and suggested items for Blessing Boxes-the first being assembled on December 12th. (Courtesy: Mrs. Bening and Jared Kass’21) While most CA students have been transitioning back to their school routines after Winter Break, some students and teachers have also been making time to help

Academy teachers and students transport donations to Service Board's sponsored families. (Courtesy/Christy Bening)
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Service Board “Delivers”

(Courtesy/Christy Bening) Thanks to everyone who supported our school’s KIDS 4 KIDS service tradition. Due to your generosity, 30 families and clients of the Helping Hands Food Pantry in Reynoldsburg will be served. On Tuesday November 10, while many US students were home studying and teachers were collaborating, Service Board was helping our greater community.

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Service Board’s Food Drive and Sleep-Out

Thirty upper school students participated in the Service Board’s 3rd annual sleep out for KIDS 4 KIDS on Friday, November 6. Student and teacher volunteers put thumbs up for a job well done at finishing part of the drive.    (Courtesy/Ms. Bening)  While many Vikings are blessed with a surplus of food and personal items,

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Service Board: Begging for Cans 2020

(Courtesy/Tim Morford) Last Thursday’s stormy weather did not stop the Service Board from door-to-door asking for canned food items on Friday, October 30,  thanks to the flexibility of Mr. Morford, Tara Hoffman’22 and senior Sophia Sommer. Academy alumna parent, Donna Simmons, posted the rescheduled undertaking on social media, so neighbors could leave donations on their

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Service Board: 10/25/20

Upper School students participate in the Kids4Kids Bike Repair. (Courtesy/Skyler Simpson’21) It’s not too late to help feed 30 families with donations to Food Drive 2.0. Please bring at least two shelf-stable items by Wednesday October 28. A 2nd grade class has already collected over 100 cans!  “Tidy Up Tuesday” is back on October 27.

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Service Board Extends Opportunites to Help Others

(Courtesy/Christy Bening) Food Drive 2.0 begins this Wednesday, October 21st. Thanks to Lauren Motta ‘21, Tsega Seleshi ‘21, and Hannah Clay ‘21 who organized the Food Drive box making event after the PSAT, there are more than 100 boxes around campus to place donations. Over 30 families will be fed if every CA community member

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Calling All Students for Tour Guides

Skyler Simpson’21 tours a New Jersey family. (Courtesy/John Wuorinen) Besides wearing your Viking spirit wear, another way to show your Academy pride is toserve as a Student Tour Guide. No prior experience or training are required, and you will be receive school service hours. The Admissions Office needs enthusiastic and involved upper school students to

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Service Board Updates

(Courtesy/Christy Bening) For the Vikings who want to help our school and community, Service Board has many activities planned for this and the following weeks. Tidy Up Tuesday is back! This time it will be held during Block 5 on Tuesday, October 13. Please sign up on the posted sheet outside the Service Office, next

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Service Board Updates

Drop off boxes for donations. (Courtesy/Ms. Bening) COVID has not stopped Service Board from offering more volunteer opportunities. It wants to ensure US students can meet their service hours graduation requirement, but more importantly, help to people in need during these uncertain times. Do you have gently used clothing you want to share with other

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Service Board Still Strong but with Modifications

Manny Eribo’21 on “Tidy-up Friday.” (Courtesy/Lauren Motta’21) Like almost every organization at CA, Service Board is going to look different this year due to safety concerns. Its mission, however, remains the same—to continue serving the community. “The biggest challenge for Service Board this year is figuring out what events are still possible and how we