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Blue Service Project Information

Definition of a Spontaneous Project: Those service opportunities that suddenly arise and which are not of an on-going nature. This project must be a minimum of 1 hour. Service hours cannot be awarded for projects related to another class project, club, sport or fundraiser. Service hours are not awarded during school hours unless completed off school property.

A maximum of 40% of total service hours can come from Blue Project Service hours.

Service project hours are not performed for a family member. Any project completed for family should be done out of the love in your heart for your family, not to earn service hours.

Here’s what to do when you complete a Blue Project Service Hour:

Upon completion of the project, complete the Blue Service Project Follow-Up Form. Forms are available on the right side of this page.

Please be timely in completing this writing. Service hours will not be completed until the Blue Project Service Form is turned in. This writing is to be turned in to Mr. Janesky or Mrs. Prall.

Corporal Works of Mercy

Feed the hungry
Give drink to the thirsty
Clothe the naked
Shelter the homeless
Visit the sick
Visit the imprisoned
Bury the dead

Spiritual Works of Mercy

Counsel the doubtful
Instruct the ignorant
Admonish the sinner
Comfort the sorrowful
Forgive injuries
Bear wrongs patiently
Pray for the living and dead