Upper Division


                         Upper Division Service Learning



The Casady Service Learning Program aligns with the School's mission to develop excellence, confidence, and integrity in students and inspire them to realize their potential to make a difference in their community in mind, body, and spirit.

The Upper Division promotes a service-oriented life, with the intention of yielding joy and peace for the participants. The challenge is to maximize potential and make a difference in local and global communities. The charge is to learn, give, grow, transform. The 45-hour service requirement is intended to align a student’s heart, mind, spirit, and actions. The Upper Division faculty employs service initiatives through personal initiatives, academic curriculum, Student Council, and clubs.

Please see Upper Division requirements for graduation.

                                                                    
            “I believe that participating in service learning not only benefits our community but also broadens a student's outlook on life.  Service Learning has given me so many opportunities to change my school, my community, and finally my world.  Projects like Challenge 20/20 help Casady students become connected to schools across the world and discuss local problems in a global setting.  The Casady Cans Do project has raised awareness and collected funds to help eradicate hunger in Oklahoma.  No matter what your passion is, you can find a service learning project that is right for you.”
Ankita Prasad’08
           UD Service Calendar for 2019-2020

September 20 - Casady International Day of Peace

October 18 - Immersion Day - Freshmen packed Operation Christmas Child boxes for children in other countries, orphanages, and areas of natural disaster.

Sophomores volunteered at Jesus house. They did a variety of activities such as pack food baskets, prep for meal service, and beautification of the grounds.

Juniors worked at Habitat for Humanity to lay sod for homes in the Johnson Farms Addition in Mustang, Oklahoma.

Seniors participated in a college counseling course.
October 21-November 1 - "Students Against Hunger,"Annual Casady Canned Food Drive for Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
 December 5 - Casady Annual Blood Drive in East Transept

December 9 - 20 "Hope for the Holidays" drive to benefit the Infant Crisis Center 

January 17 - Immersion Day (click here to view photo album)

The Freshman Class - Freshmen work to beautify the Harn Homestead Museum property.
The Sophomore Class - Sophomores assist at Skyline Urban Ministries in Oklahoma City. Students worked in the Vision Center, food warehouse, and clothing closet.
The Junior Class is involved in college counseling. 
The Senior Class - Seniors help at City Rescue Mission/Feed The Children to pack boxes with various food and hygiene items.

January 24 - SEE 7 & 8 - Village Elderly Facilities 

January 20  MLK Day “Day of Service” - NO SCHOOL
The Casady community is encouraged to attend the OKC MLK parade.
February 3-7 Make A Wish Foundation Drive
March 2-6 "Project Warm" Making blankets for the Positive TomorrowsMarch 9-13 "Perfect Pair" Collecting socks for the Homeless Alliance 
April TBD Walkathon for Children's Memorial Hospital

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