During the holiday season, our public schools are more involved than ever in donating time and resources to charitable causes.  The sense of community is more meaningful than ever, and local volunteers have given their hearts to so many amazing projects.  

These school communities served meals and books, collected toys and supplies, brought smiles to nursing home residents, and worked on community improvement projects. Check out how some of our generous students and schools are giving back!

The cold and rain didn’t stop Matthey Middle School and Southside High School volunteers from helping out at the Kym Rapier Food Pantry.  Together they served over 2,700 of our Southside ISD neighbors!

The Lackland ISD Family and Community Service class encouraged Lackland families and staff to stuff shoeboxes full of fun items and supplies.  The Operation Shoebox service project sent the fun-filled shoeboxes to children in various countries.

Alvin ISD Book Bus Fairies distributed books to students across the district.  The volunteers delivered over 2,300 books to these happy students!

Humble ISD high schoolers and Friendswood ISD elementary students brought smiles to seniors in local nursing and retirement homes.  The students made tons of sweet holiday cards for the elderly community members.

Sheldon High School students and staff partnered with Inspire Church and Generation Park to serve delicious Thanksgiving meals to families in the Sheldon area.

Judson Education Foundation volunteers worked with the San Antonio Food Bank to distribute food to Judson area families.

Boerne ISD families and staff donated to The Blue Santa Toy Drive.  They collected 1,200 toys and gift cards for grateful Boerne ISD children!

Deer Park High School Construction Technology students worked to complete small projects to improve the community.  The Deer Park ISD students learn valuable construction skills while volunteering time to local projects.