School Projects Project
This Project is meant for All scouts, Eagle scouts.
These service project ideas help out local schools.
Computerization of schools library system. Replace paper book cards with computer scanning system.
Build wooden bookshelves for local school.
If local elementary school has a garden / life lab program, build garden boxes, make a rabbit-proof fence, build a pathway.
Paint a map of United States on an elementary school playground to teach geography using games.
Clear the land and mulch the area next to an elementary school. Build wooden picnic tables.
Improve school facilities by rebuilding old walls, reroofing, or other construction.
Create a long, paint on blacktop, walking path around school playground.
Purchase and install a school mascot sign that includes a message board for school information.
Design, create, and install a School Flag for a school district, along with flag poles and flag stands.
Restore a Brass School Bell and it's yoke. Build a 3'x3' brick base to mount the bell and yoke.
Refinish school picnic tables.
Build a sandbox for schoolyard.
Build playground equipment for school.
Plant pine trees on school property.
Plant flowers and landscape to beautify the appearance of local elementary school.
Form a chapter of middle school S.A.D.D.
Remove graffiti at schools and other public places.
Form a youth court at your school or church to help resolve problems between kids.
Create a mentoring program for your Scouts to help younger kids in elementary school.
Create a fingerprint program with the local police and perform it at elementary school.
Have elementary teachers fill out a 'Wish List' for books and supplies. Then, raise funds to purchase items or ask community members to contribute.
Volunteer to help Police or Fire departments with McGruff, DARE, or similar programs.
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Sep 19, 2015 - almiarie
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