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<font color=blue>Language Arts: <font color=black> Students may write a formal letter to a government offical (city, state, federal, school, etc). The letter will include a minimum of three paragraphs. Letters must be typed, edited, and free of errors. A requirement sheet is available on the web under "class forms". One letter per trimester will be accepted. If it meets all of the requirements, the letter is worth a 5% raise in the Language Arts grade. This is a generous opportunity! <font color=blue>Social Studies: <font color=black> Students may complete 6 hours of community service per trimester for extra credit in social studies. 6 hours = 5%, 4 hours = 3% and 2 hours = 1% raise in the social studies grade. These hours may include yard work for a neighbor, tutoring a younger child, volunteering at a hospital, nursing home, church organization, sports organization, library, helping the city with its adopt-a-wall program, or just about any other unpaid service performed for a community member. Students may also volunteer to stay after school to help teachers, the librarian, and/or office staff.
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