Service Learning Camp
The Middle School Service Learning Camp is designed to allow students entering Grades 6 - 8 a chance to participate in several different service experiences for one week in the summer.
8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. daily
This program exposes students to various populations in the Los Angeles area. The work is all very hands-on and active and will whet students' appetites to serve the greater community for the rest of their lives. The camp takes place each day from 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Students will participate in on- and off-campus service activities. They will meet daily at Brentwood School and be bussed to and from off-campus organizations. Students should bring a sack lunch daily.
The following is a list of agencies we worked with in the past:
Best Buddies—An organization dedicated to establishing one-on-one friendships with intellectually and developmentally disabled people.
Bread and Roses—A restaurant run by St. Joseph's Church that services low income families.
MEND—Meet Each Need with Dignity is dedicated to providing basic human needs to low-income individuals and families.
Project Angel Food—A program that prepares meals for the critically ill.
Painted Turtle—Provides a sleep-away camp experience for children with life-threatening diseases.
Operation Gratitude—Sends 100,000 care packages annually to U.S. Service Members overseas.
Heal The Bay—An environmental organization committed to keeping the California coastal waters safe, healthy , and clean.
Tree People—An environmental organization dedicated to forestry in the Los Angeles area.
Coordinator: Tina Evans, Brentwood Lower School Teacher