Allen High School, one of the largest high schools in the state of Texas is establishing a strong culture of service on their campus. In the fall of 2021, as a way to re-engage students in service after the pandemic, Allen High School hosted their first Eagle Give Day, a day of service on their school's campus. They hosted their second Eagle Give Day in March of 2022 and we sat down with them to hear how it went, what they learned, and the impact on the students. Their event was an incredible success as students had increased leadership opportunities and the opportunity to learn about service activities right in their own backyard. Hear more in our on-demand webinar above.
A Culture of Service
One of Allen High School's pillars of graduation is to be an engaged citizen. After two successful days of service at their school, they are making it a tradition. Twice a year they will host Eagle Give Day. Want to see how the 2022 day compared to their original day of service? See the infographic below or check out this blog post on how their first ever day of service impacted their students and community.
Want to host a day of service at our own school? Download our how-to sheet with tips from Allen High School.
DOWNLOADABLE SHEET: Tips on Creating a Day of Service at Your School
x2VOL made it easy for Allen High School to organize its day of service event. Students were able to sign up for different opportunities and shifts, administrators were able to manage rosters, and students could easily track the hours they served and write a reflection on their service day experience.
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Allen High School had two successful days of service at their school. Here's what they did different and how students were impacted!