The Weiss School Community Outreach program provides Weiss School students the opportunity to make a positive impact on the surrounding community. This program introduces students to community services opportunities as they work together to identify areas of need in the community, the collection of resources, and distribution of resources to community members or organizations in need.
At The Weiss School, we demonstrate how volunteering enhances the quality of life for our students and members of our community, as well as people in various parts of the world. Collaboration with other service organizations for activities and worldwide partnerships helps gifted students develop essential leadership qualities and skills necessary for their future social success.
Examples of Community Outreach activities that have been conducted at The Weiss School include collecting holiday hats and books for the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital, raising money for prosthetic limbs for the We HelpTwo organization, organizing a food drive for The Homeless Coalition, collecting crayons for The Crayon Initiative, and selling Valentine’s Day flowers to benefit the Extended Hands Community Outreach program.