Students can choose from the following 2 locations:
St. Peter and Paul campus (Grades 2-8)
Address: 2461 N Murray Ave.
By car: Head east on Wisconsin Ave towards the lake. Turn left onto N. Prospect Ave. Turn left onto N. Maryland Ave. Turn left onto E. Greenwich Ave. Turn right onto N. Murray Ave.
By bus: Take the #30 east from campus 26 stops to Maryland and Farwell. Walk 3 minutes.
Holy Rosary campus (Grades K3-1)
Address: 2038 N. Bartlett Ave.
By car: Head west on Wisconsin Ave toward N. 12th Street. Turn right onto N. 12th Street. Turn right onto W. Wells Street. Turn left onto N. Prospect Ave. Turn right to stay on N. Prospect Ace. Turn left onto E. Lafayette Place. Turn right onto N. Bartlett Ave.
By bus: Take the #30 east from campus 17 stops to Prospect and Lafayette. Walk 5 minutes.
Monday, Sept. 20th at 3:15pm for Holy Rosary campus
Thursday, Sept. 15th at 3pm for St. Peter and Paul campus
*Offering safeguarding training on Sept. 14th at 9-12pm, Sept. 21st at 3-6pm, & Sept. 28th at 12-3pm at the St. Peter and Paul campus in the Cramer building
Days/hours of Operation: For the K3-1 campus: Monday-Friday 3:15-5:00pm, and for the 2-8 campus: Monday-Friday 3:00-5:00pm
*If unable to do hours during scheduled times above, times can be scheduled at either campus to complete hours during regular scheduled school days before end of the day dismissal.
Description of Agency/Activities: Catholic East Elementary School on Milwaukee's East Side challenges students in grades K3-8 to tap into their full potential academically, spiritually, morally, socially and physically. We offer an ethnically-diverse learning environment, small class sizes, highly-qualified staff and a foundation in faith in a friendly neighborhood. New this year, are Interactive SMARTBoards in Grades 5-8 and an all-new state-of-the-art computer lab that also features SMARTBoard technology to expose our students to the latest in 21st Century Learning tools.
Student Role at Agency: Service Learners will help at the afterschool program called Kids Campus at one of the two campuses. Roles include tutoring and providing homework help for students (individually or in small groups) or supervising and assisting teachers with various tasks.