St. Michael Serves The Community!

Following in the Catholic Tradition, St. Michael offers a variety of service activities for students as well as families. Historically this has included our core service event, the Serve-A-Thon! To this day, the school remains dedicated to its community and the families therein, providing the area with important service, and providing students with valuable experience. See full activities listed below:

Service Opportunities

  • Mission in Peru
  • Canned Food Drives for Local Pantries
  • Parish Fish Fry (Serving Dinners)
  • Corazón and Corazón (Tutoring)
  • Sunday Religious Education Classes (Teachers and Assistants)
  • Spring Cleaning of the Church and School
  • Gardening
  • Fundraisers for Ms. Barbara Lee Memorial Scholarship Fund
  • 60 Hours of Community Service Required for Each Confirmation Student
St. Michael Serve-A-Thon

The Serve-A-Thon is a past event that is testament to the school's involvement in, and dedication to, the world we live in. Families raise money by reaching out to colleagues, family, and friends and asking for pledge donations to help their school. In turn, the students and parents will provide community service at St. Michael School, St. Michael Parish, or Corazón a Corazón; all service hours must be recorded and are signed by an employee of one of these organizations. Half of the money raised goes toward the Ms. Barbara Lee Scholarship Fund.

Students at the mission in the Andes of Peru thank St. Michael students for the items they collected.

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