Community Service Requirements

  • A total of 40 hours of community service is required for graduation. Students are encouraged to start completing hours during their freshman year. Community service options that we are notified about are posted on all students Guidance Google Classrooms and also posted on the bulletin board in the guidance office. Students are required to complete the Community Service Form and turn it in to Mrs. Webb, Guidance Secretary.  Students should make a photo copy of their form for their records and/or document the hours they complete to add to their resume and college applications during their senior year. 

    - Community service is work done without pay for someone outside your immediate family. 
    - Community service can be done in school or in the community but not during school hours. 
    - You may reach out to members of your community and/or the Guidance Department for suggestions. 
    - Community service for disciplinary purposes will not be counted.

Community Service Opportunities

    The Pembroke Council on Aging is in need of student volunteers to shovel snow for elderly members of the Pembroke community. If you are interested please contact:
    Susan Larkin
    Phone: 781.294.8220

    Please fill out this GOOGLE FORM if you are interested in earning community service hours by tutoring middle school students during Homework Club at PCMS. Homework Club meets right after school until 3:15 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. You do not have to be available all three days, and you must have your own transportation. Students should have a B or better in the subject(s) they are interested in tutoring. 


    Attention Students, If you are:
    - interested in education
    - in need of volunteer or service hours
    - have a passion for science and technology
    - love working with children

    Please reach out to Melinda Soliwoda, 3rd grade teacher at North and the Director of Camp Invention, a STEM camp, that will take place July 24th - July 28th, from 9:00 am - 3:30 pm at one of the Pembroke elementary schools.  The program is run by the National Inventors Hall of Fame.   They are looking for approximately 10 interns (students entering grades 10 and up this coming school year) to help run the program and assist the lead teacher.

    They are expecting around 90 campers, ranging from 1st grade to 6th, and 4 instructors. The goal is that the interns help the teacher assist in leading the STEM activity/module, like a student teacher would.  Interns receive 40 hours of community service and a letter of completion from the National Inventors Hall of Fame.  

    For more information click the links below and if you are interested in applying please email: