NCLA Community Service Guidelines

NCLA Community Service Guidelines

  NOTE: The service hours requirement CANNOT be waived.   ****PLEASE REFER TO PAGE 30 in the Student-Parent Handbook 2021-2022 for ALL details regarding the service hours requirements. Please make sure the activity is at a not-for-profit organization. Activities such as painting, babysitting, or mowing your grandfather's lawn will not apply. Job shadowing hours do not count. The following will be enforced if students do not meet the expectation of The NCLA Service Program/Requirement:   Students will not receive driving privileges on school grounds (parking or driving to/from school.) Students will not be allowed to participate in sports, school clubs, school field trips or Prom (with the exception of Civil Air Patrol.) May not be permitted to participate in Senior Awards or walk at Graduation Students may be brought before the Honor Court, which is made up of his/her peers to determine further disciplinary action. Please note the following: "Students will be credited with a

Forsyth Creek Week

 There are lots of opportunities to serve during Creek Week, March 18-25.

Garden Help--March 15 12-2

Spring is right around the corner and our garden needs some pruning to get ready for Spring planting season. Date is March 15th from 12-2pm---- Yes this is early release day and the perfect time to earn a few hours. Bring your service learning forms and gloves and help us KEEP NCLA BEAUTIFUL! Parents you are welcome to join your child and help us out!!

Stage Crew for High School Musical

 Mrs. Maggard is in need for Stage Crew volunteers for the High School Musical production. Here are the details: - Students will be moving set pieces on and off the stage - Students are needed During lunch hour March 20-24th. If a student needs to miss due to is understood. However, March 27-30 is MANDATORY. Students will be given time to eat. - Students MUST be available to stay after school, March 20-24 from 3:30-5:30 (If a student has to miss 1 day this problem) - Students MUST be available to stay after school, March 27-March 30 (Mon-Thurs) from 3:30-5:30 - DRESS REHEARSAL ***MANDATORY - May not miss or leave early/arrive late*** ***Students MUST be available the ENTIRE WEEK,March 27-April 1  (if a student CANNOT attend one day this NOT sign up)*** - Performance Dates/Times: Friday, March 31 9am and 6:30pm (Students must arrive no later than 5:30) Saturday, April 1st 2pm (Students must arrive no later than 1pm) - Students must wear black du

Touch a Truck event

The Kiwanis Club of Kernersville is looking for student volunteers to help with their Touch a Truck event. We need assistance with parking cars, providing directions and welcoming guest to the 2nd annual Touch a Truck event. Time slots are on March 25 from 8am-4pm.

Winter Wipeout Litter Cleanup

  Winter Wipeout Litter Cleanup   Keep High Point Beautiful and the City of High Point are excited to host our annual Winter Wipeout litter cleanup effort beginning Feb. 6 - March 5, 2023! During the winter, it becomes easier to see trash that is normally covered by shrubs, vines, and tall grass.   How Does it Work?   The cleanup time frame is four weeks and allows volunteers to choose when it is most convenient for them to work! Between Feb. 6 and March 5, you can pick up your supplies and perform a cleanup when it works best for you/your group. For more information or to get registered, please visit winterwipeout To learn more, please visit ,  or contact Rebecca Coplin at 336-883-3520 or .


 The NCLA afterschool care, Falconry, is looking for student volunteers on Thursday and Friday afternoons. Students must complete an application and be approved by administration to volunteer. The application can be found:

Scoreboard operator

Upward Basketball  in Kernersville is looking for high school students to run the scoreboard. Games run Saturdays from 8:30am-4pm at Glennview Baptist Church on Glenn High Road. If you would like to volunteer, contact April Britt. Upward Basketball Director- April Britt 336-407-4550