H-B Woodlawn’s Initiative for Volunteerism and Engagement
What is it?
An umbrella organization for community service and engagement opportunities.
Why do we need it?
to fulfill H-B’s pillar of ‘Caring Community’;
to facilitate interaction with our Arlington community;
to connect across grades within our own community.
Important roles of HIVE:
INCLUDES students in grades 6-12 regardless of GPA.
ORGANIZES and PUBLICIZES volunteer opportunities and whole school community activities
EMPOWERS students to lead school and community projects.
PRIORITIZES community engagement as a continual part of the H-B experience!
Spork Talks is an initiative of HIVE, bringing you different thinkers to keep you connected.
It’s a spork (HBW’s mascot). It’s a talk (what we like to do). It’s a spork talk.
- September 23 at 4:30 pm on Teams with Arena Stage’s The 51st State Director Anita Maynard-Losh & Actor Joy Jones
- October 21 at 4:30 on Teams with Shannon Messenger, author of the 9 book series, Keeper of the Lost Cities.
- November 5 at 6:30- 7 pm on Teams with Duncan Robinson, NBA player for the Miami Heat.
Need a tutor? Want to be a peer tutor? Fill out this form!
Even from home this year, we will get together on TEAMS for monthly volunteer service projects.
Watch this space and follow us on Instagram for our monthly list of volunteer opportunities.
- NOVEMBER SERVICE: Bring donations of non-perishable food and gloves, hats, and socks to the school for donation to the Arlington Free Clinic.
Check out the HBW Activity Fair for 2020-2021
H.I.V.E meets MONDAYS at noon on TEAMS
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