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Global Youth Service Day Reports

Aquaponics Report

Saint Joan Antida High School thrives on the diversity of its students, using it to enhance the range of learning curricula, and create continuous opportunities for students to learn and grow. This approach is reflected through a project students worked on for Global Youth Service Day.


River Bank Restoration Project

A dozen students from New School for Community Service, with assistance from Bill Nimke and Tanya Bueter of the River Revitalization Foundation, participated in a Global Youth Service Day project to conserve and restore the Greenway Gateway on the Milwaukee River.


South Division High School Rain Barrels

A South Division High School class began their Global Youth Service Day project with a trip to the Metropolitan Milwaukee Sewerage District water treatment plant. During their visit, students learned about the incredible challenges to treating, purifying and protecting our invaluable water resources.


About Global Youth Service Day

Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) is an annual campaign that celebrates and mobilizes millions of youth to improve their communities each year through community service. Celebrated in over 100 countries, GYSD is the largest service event in the world. During GYSD, youth address the world's most critical issues in partnership with families, schools, communities, faith-based organizations, businesses, and governments.



Bonnie Andrews

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