Building Connections through Community Service

Building Connections through Community Service
Posted on 04/30/2018
FPHS Volunteer Day

Franklin Pierce students and families are getting their hands dirty and actively contributing to the health and vitality of our community.  


Each Franklin Pierce Schools graduating class contributes approximately 15,000 hours of community service in our community.  Last week, 150 Franklin Pierce High School students rolled up their sleeves and worked to build a more welcoming campus by cleaning up the grounds, weeding, and painting "welcome stones". 


Earlier this month,  Our Savior Lutheran Church mobilized members of the community to participate in their annual Faith in Action Day at Keithley Middle School. Projects ranged from spreading new mulch and planting shrubs to restoring a bike rack and updating a lounge. In addition to the work that was accomplished, students, staff, and community members were able to forge new connections.


To learn more about the many ways you can be involved in the Franklin Pierce community, click here.