Senior Service Learning Project

All students are required to complete a Senior Service Learning Project.

This project usually begins at the beginning of junior year with a proposal process and ends in May of senior year with a completed project, written paper, community presentation night, and oral presentation.

This project is meant to showcase students’ interests, new learning, oral and written presentation skills, as well as be a vehicle for our commitment to serving and being a responsible part of our community.


The SSLP is scored using the following Learning Scales, using six of our Performance Based Graduation Requirements.




2017-2018 Deadlines

September – Proposals Due

Friday, December 1st — Check in #1

Tuesday, December 19th — Basic framework of Senior Project Google Portfolio 

Friday, January 19th — Check in #2

Friday, February 15th – Check in #3

Friday, March 23rd – Rough draft of final paper

April – Final drafts and presentation Practice

May – Community Night, May 23

Friday, June 1 – Final Senior Service Portfolio Submitted


2018 Community Night Projects & Schedules

7:00-7:10  Matthew Colburn “Building A Calving Barn”

7:10-7:20 Devon Gifford “Special Olympics of Caledonia County”

7:20-7:30 Tatiana MacWay “Building Community: Constructing A Website For Danville Senior Citizen Housing, Inc”

7:30-7:40 Jaden Esposito “Training A Therapy Dog”

7:40-7:50 Madison Costello “Extra! Extra! Read All About It: Dealing  With Controversy Through Journalism”

7:50 -8:00 Lily Hamilton  “The Power of Play”

8:00-8:10 Cameron Somers “Fundraiser For The Open Door”

8:10-8:20  Matthew Hauserman “Marketing Danville High School”

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7:00-7:10 Cody Hale  “Basketball Programs”

7:10-7:20  Kelsi Buck “Mentoring An Elementary School Student Through Writing”

7:20-7:30 Kenneth Young “Mentoring A Dream”

7:30 – 7:40 Lakenna Loura-Bumps “Changing the World, One Horse At A Time”

7:40-7:50 Logyn Britch “Learning Through Creativity”

7:50-8:00 Steele LaHaye “Kick of Life”

8:00-8:10 Bradley Smith “Bike Station”


7:00-7:10 Travis Grosse “Project Adventure”

7:10-7:20 Ben Overby “Volunteering For Fun: Winter Wellness 2018”

7:20-7:30 Lauren Young “Helping the Homeless”

7:30-7:40 Taylor Evans “Worth A Thousand Words: Photographing Horses”

7:40-7:50 Dalton Maston “The Green Cone: Creating a Composting System for Sports Events”

7:50-8:00 Riley Fenoff “Mentoring and the Maple Sugaring Process”

8:00-8:10 Chelsea Carcoba “Building Communities Through 4-H and Horses”


2017 Community Night Projects & Schedules


6:30 – 6:40 Haley De Shone  “The Looking Glass: The Importance of Community Art”

6:40 – 6:50 Lydia Tillotson  “Dugouts”

6:50 – 7:00 Falon Cote  “Wildlife Recovery”

7:00 – 7:10 Kathleen Hunter “Jazz Dance Class For Children”

7:10 – 7:20 Paige Litz “Relay for Life”

7:20 – 7:30 Logan De Shone “Building the Foundation: Making Computer Science Accessible”



6:30 – 6:40 James Pastula “Church Renovation Project

6:40 – 6:50 Samantha Prescott “Not Just A Man’s Job: Empowering Women Through Automotive Instruction”

6:50 – 7:00 Taylor Call & Austin La Madeleine “The Danville High School Sugar Shack”

7:00 – 7:10 Alexander Dagesse:For those about to rock: An introductory music appreciation class exploring various rock and roll bands”

7:10 – 7:20 Ross Meaders “Historic Window and Door Restoration”

7:20 – 7:30 Shelby Loura “Benefit Concert for Danville Music Program”


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6:30 – 6:40 David Rapoza “Lacrosse Clinic”

6:40 – 6:50 Cody Koch “Danville Baseball Team Pre Season Workout”

6:50 – 7:00 Alexander Martin “Planning for Lifelong Fitness”

7:00 – 7:10 Brandon Somers “How the Restoration of  a 1987 GMC Led to the Rehabilitation of Danville’s Park Benches”

7:10 – 7:20 Connor Johnson: “Basketball Clinic”

7:20 – 7:30 Nicholas Norheim “Building The Wall But Bringing Communities Together”