Cavaliers Serve hosts inaugural Week of Service

Members of Atlanta Classical’s Key Club assist with donations during Sunday’s drive-through event.

Parent and student volunteers pack boxes of groceries in partnership with Atlanta Public School’s Operation Feed ATL.

Atlanta Classical Academy hosted our inaugural Week of Service last week, October 18-24. Organized by Student Government, Key Club, and PTCA volunteers together as a “Cavaliers Serve” group effort, the Week of Service featured a one-word “theme” each day informed by that day’s designated service project, which ranged from book donations to letter-writing. 

The PTCA, along with the Student Government and the Key Club, challenge each student to commit to 2 hours of service during this week-long event. We have outlined a theme for each day with suggested projects. The week kicked off on Sunday, October 18 as student and parent volunteers packed boxes full of groceries given by other school families in a drive-through donation event benefitting Operation Feed ATL earlier that day. 

Though Atlanta Classical remains completely virtual during this time, students and their families were able to feel connected to one another and to their community by taking part in the same acts of service across the city of Atlanta.

Students assisted with taking donations and packing boxes for Operation Feed ATL.