Community Service During COVID-19
Successfully Track Hours:
- Go to GoTranseo.com (Login Required)
- Search and Select your High School
- Click “Sign in with Google” button
- Use your D214 Gapps credentials
- Log your hours in Transeo
Here are some ideas. Remember Rule #1: Stay Healthy!
- Tutor a fellow student on Zoom
- Use social media to promote your school/ensure students are taking care of themselves. Spread Kindness & Inspirational Messages – Share uplifting stories or positive affirmations on social media or directly with your family and friends.
- Contact your local church to see if they need helpers to call Senior Citizens
- Write old-fashioned encouraging notes or letters to friends, neighbors, and loved ones. Email your teachers/counselors to thank them for the job that they are doing. Find old teachers and email them your gratitude!
- Ask a teacher if they need help with something for class.
- Make homemade bookmarks with positive phrases that you can later donate to the school library.
- Sort through your clothes and toys and make a box of unwanted items to donate. Clean out your bookshelf of older, lightly used DVDs and books and donate them.
- Make pet toys to donate to shelters – Did you know you can make dog toys with household items? Here’s an idea to get you started: https://barkpost.com/answers/how-to-make-a-t-shirt-dog-toy/
- Educate and bring awareness through social media, YouTube, etc. Here are some ideas to get you started, but the important part – find something you’re passionate about!
- Bring awareness to endangered animals, especially ones that don’t widely get attention
- Bring awareness to cyber bullying, then research and share how to effectively report/address it, how to avoid doing it, etc.
- Read children’s books and post on YouTube for elementary students to watch. (Disclaimer: check the publisher's website to verify what is allowed to do, read, or show before posting any videos)