Category Archive: Cloverleaf in the Community

Nov 16

The Value in Volunteering

Volunteering, whether it’s in a local event or on an international scale, takes time and energy and can be hard work. However, it may also be one of life’s greatest lessons. Volunteering can teach children values such as empathy, responsibility, citizenship and caring, just to name a few. It can be difficult to raise selfless …

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Sep 27

Cloverleaf Middle Schoolers serve their community

As part of the Cloverleaf Middle School program, students make monthly service trips to support local causes and fulfill needs in local communities. Last year, they baked cookies and volunteered at an animal shelter, made crafts with residents of an assisted living center, and cleaned up a nearby park. On the Martin Luther King, Jr. “Day …

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May 17

Beating the “Summer Slide”

  Summertime is almost here and we can hear the sound of kids playing in the park, riding their bikes and staying out later soaking up the sunshine.  With the long awaited summer vacation comes a long break from class learning for some students.  Some schools provide students with worksheet packets or assignments to sit …

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