We are proud to share with you some of the ways Sea Crest School gives back. Throughout the year, our teachers inspire and empower our learners to act with compassion by incorporating hands-on service projects into their curricula. A few highlights include:
FOOD DRIVES EVERY TRIMESTER
We have filled numerous bins with food and hygiene products to help Coastside families in need through Coastside Hope.
Before the winter break, our entire community engages in the Adopt-a-Family initiative, which is led by eighth grade students every year and provides holiday gifts and necessities for local families in need. All Adopt-a-Family donations benefit Coastside Hope families.
Peace Flag Project
Supporting Peace through Art and joining millions of individuals around the world with a small contribution. Each student, faculty, and staff member were invited to design and create a square to be added to the peace flag. The squares were a representation of what peace means to our community. The finished squares will be stitched together with many other contributors and the finished product will be on display at the United Nations.
cards for the seniors next door
Students take turns to make and hand-deliver Valentines, Thanksgiving cards and Kindness messages to the senior neighbors throughout the year.
Proceeds from the annual First Grade Farmers’ Market go to local charities
Such as Second Harvest and The HEAL Project.
● Fifth grader students are the official stewards of Poplar Beach and lead the school efforts in recycling and composting.
● Every year, sixth graders lead a school-wide hygiene drive for Coastside Hope, as part of the Health and Wellness curriculum.
● In June, proceeds from the annual Third Grade Entrepreneurship Fair (Economics Unit) supports the Coastside Land Trust for Wavecrest habitat restoration and water quality monitoring work.