A beautiful spring day is a perfect time to take a day off from campus to do something good for the environment. Ninth graders helped to clean up Tunitas Creek Beach as their third Human Development Day activity this year.
Head in the Game (HITG) is an organization started and run by CSUS students with a mission "to support those that have been or will be affected by concussions by raising money for further concussion research through fun, social events."
The Upper School Helping Hand Club sponsors several projects each year to support community organizations. For the holiday season, they rallied students, parents, and faculty/staff members to to fulfill 56 holiday wishes...
The Community Engagement Club sponsored a holiday party with students at Arbor Bay School in San Carlos, one of our Human Development community partners which specializes in serving children with learning differences.
Many of Crystal's student-led clubs have a service-related mission, whether advocating or fundraising for a myriad of causes. This spring, the Helping Hand Club embarked upon a project to provide a variety of supplies to patients and families at the Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. With the help of Upper School advisories, the club assembled 30 patient kits, 14 art kits, and 16 care kits.
True to one of the school's Core Values, "We Foster Kindness & Inclusion," CSUS encourages and supports students to engage in service with the greater community. From Rebuilding Together to Habitat for Humanity to Family Community Service days, there are ample service opportunities for students and their families.