For more information, see the Hopkins Lloyd Community School Web site.

Hopkins Lloyd Community School

Address: 1503 W. Hopkins St.

Transportation:

By car: Head west on Wisconsin Ave toward N. 12th Street. Turn right onto N. 12th St. Turn right onto W. Walnut St. Turn right onto W Fond Du Lac Ave, then turn right onto N 20th St. Turn right onto W Locust St and your destination will be on the right.

By bus: Take the #12 bus from 12th and Wisconsin north to Teutonia and Locust. Disembark and walk 1 block west on Locust to the site. It is recommended to walk in pairs or drive to this site.

Orientation: Set up individually

Days/Hours of Volunteering: Students can find out specific days and times for service during the Service Learning Sign-Up Night.

Description of Agency/Activities: Hopkins Lloyd Community School strives to meet the needs of our children both in and out of the classroom through community involvement.  Our school currently serves students grades k4-8th grade.  Our mission at Hopkins-Lloyd Community School is to produce well-rounded, socially conscious students who are academically proficient in all core content areas.  Here at HLCS, we focus on providing a safe, caring environment with an energetic, positive atmosphere that fosters a sense of well-being and promotes enjoyment of learning. Our goal as educators is to encourage students to use their knowledge and educational experience to positively impact their community. We also stress the importance of developing strong technological skills in an effort to prepare students for success in a globally connected world.  Our students benefit from specialist-taught classes in African hand drumming and we offer an exciting middle school drum line program.   We are also grateful for our generous community partners, who offer students unique perspectives and support them on their educational quests.  Our community partners include PEARLS for Teen Girls, City Year and Play Works and a host of others. 

Student Role at Agency: As a school our literacy goal for the year is that 1st through 3rd grade students will increase their scores in word knowledge and skills by 5% by the winter assessment window and 10% by the spring assessment window as indicated by universal screener and classroom based assessments.  Service Learner will work in the 1st- 3rd grade classes assisting students on their reading.  Tasks will range from reading books with students, working with students on assigned reading sheets, helping students with pronunciation of words and also assisting the teacher with reading instruction in the class. 

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Marquette University Service Learning
P.O. Box 1881
1102 W. Wisconsin Ave. Room 303
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201-1881

Phone Number: (414) 288-0250
Fax Number: (414) 288-3259

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