CGHS juniors give back to community on Day of Caring
More than 600 CGHS juniors provided approximately 2,500 hours of community service on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 during their 22nd annual Day of Caring. Students participated in service projects at more than 30 locations in and around Johnson County.
"Center Grove High School is excited to serve with our UWJC partners," said Adam Gaff, CGHS Spanish teacher and Day of Caring Coordinator. "Service learning projects allow students to authentically learn valuable lessons and empower students to become active change agents in our community. We hope to continue this event for many years to come."
The United Way of Johnson County partners with CGHS to organize many of the outreach projects.