Community Service Corps (CSC)
The overall goals of the Community Service Corps are:
- To foster self discovery, self growth and self acceptance of the teens and a knowledge of how God loves them and has a plan to work through them to show His love for others
- To bring teens closer to Christ through service
- To help participants work together efficiently to build a better community
- To encourage members to accept their responsibilities as leaders and servers in the Church and civic community
The Community Service Corps (CSC) at Archbishop Ryan High School is coordinated by Sister Frances Antoinette, S.S.J. All students are encouraged to serve others by participating in the many rewarding activities of the CSC, including: Bowling with the developmentally disabled; preparing and serving meals for the residents of Saint Francis Inn and Saint John's Hospice; and the collecting of items and donations at various times throughout the year (e.g., Thanksgiving Drive; Operation Santa Claus; Breadbasketball collection for Aid for Friends and Holy Redeemer Hospice, etc.).
"The measure of the greatness of a society is found in the way it treats those most in need, those who have nothing apart from their poverty!"