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Blake's food service team at the Upper School has borrowed an original idea of the Middle School's environmental club to reduce lunchroom waste and help feed those in need.
A pleasant surprise awaited Service Learning Director Nan Peterson when she attended a recent luncheon and learned that Blake is this year’s Minnesota FoodShare Hero for its contributions to the March Minnesota FoodShare Campaign.
For the fifth straight year, Blake Lower School has received an award from UNICEF in recognition of its strong participation in the 2011 Trick or Treat for UNICEF campaign.
“A Long Walk for Water” is a service learning project through which all Highcroft fourth graders are discovering the importance of safe drinking water.
Two sixth grade advisories are having a clothing and household goods drive in support of Interfaith Community Outreach Partners. Donate today!
Check out the latest service activities and news at Blake via our service learning blog!
If there’s one thing the Blake community values, it's a good book. And just before winter break, the Upper School library donated nearly 700 good books to a great cause.
Perhaps the only person surprised that Nan Peterson has received a prestigious national award for service learning is the recipient herself.
This winter, Blake Upper School students worked with the local ELIM Transitional Housing program to help meet the needs of 15 local families.
Blake was proud to host a national service learning workshop in November, for educations interested in learning more about service, leadership and philanthropy.