Students learn leadership by serving others

Students learn leadership by serving others

Sixth graders at Riverside Presbyterian Day School completed more than 550 hours of community service around Jacksonville during October, as part of a year-long Project LEADS program. Community programs touched by the hands and feet of sixth grade students included Catholic Charities, The City Rescue Mission, Family Promise, Feeding NE Florida Food Bank, MaliVai Washington Foundation, Presbyterian Social Ministries, Sanctuary on 8th Street, St. Catherine’s Episcopal Church Food Pantry, Impact Learning Center, Fathom Church, and Sulzbacher Center. Project LEADS continues throughout the school year as students serve God and the school with gifts of time volunteered in after-school programs.

Kelly Donovan

Kelly Donovan

Atlantic Diebenow, Shelby McCart, Cookie Myers, Michael Rivas, 6th Grade teacher

Atlantic Diebenow, Shelby McCart, Cookie Myers, Michael Rivas, 6th Grade teacher

Isabella Buschini, Maggie May Stoll, Ellie Spickelmier, Natalie Rabil

Isabella Buschini, Maggie May Stoll, Ellie Spickelmier, Natalie Rabil

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