MLKAP & Community Service

Welcome to the Martin Luther King Action Project Website!

MLK Action Project is LS's social justice arm which both oversees student community service and offers opportunities for students to create their own projects with the support of adults and other students. 

Community Service:

     Each student at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School is required to perform
a minimum of 15 hours of community service from the summer following
8th grade to the start of 12th grade.
     The community service requirement may be satisfied by participation in a
single activity or a combination of activities.
    Students may view the link below for a list of pre-approved activities
  and providers

They may also look at the physical bulletin board near the MLK office in the
C300s.  Any activities not listed in these places must get pre-approval
or they might not be counted.
(not the organizations that you volunteer for). 
     Students may also propose their own community service projects but
must get pre-approval from the MLKAP office to ensure that credit
will be given.  
     See below for a link to the Program of Studies, which has a
comprehensive guide for what types of activities do and do not count. 

Hours must be turned in
within 90 days of completion
or they will not be accepted.

If service is ongoing, turn in EVERY 90 DAYS (in waves):
so 90 days from the beginning of each period.

MLK Action Project and Community Service Coordinators:
Susan Frommer and Danielle Weisse
[email protected]
[email protected]

Links and Resources

MLK Video: Overview and FAQ
Here is a video to give you an overview of the program and 
to tell you the why, how and when to enter your service hours.

Please turn in completed forms electronically by emailing one of the 
listed above.  Paper forms will no longer be accepted (6/21).
Please include the phrase "Community Service" in the subject line. 
Note that forms may take a few days to process. 

MLKAP Annual Projects 

Senior Service Day 

Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School road sign reads 8th Annual Senior Service Day Wed March 30Students landscaping with shovels pose by the L-S road signTwo students weed rows of vegetables with gardening toolsStudents sitting at a round table at a volunteering siteGroup of students posing behind tie dye t-shirtsTwo students standing in front of a wooden shed with lawn games for kidsGroup of students in the woods with trail making toolsTwo female students tending the memorial garden at L-SThree female students sitting cross-legged in a classroom surrounded by children's booksStudents carrying a box of children's booksStudents and a volunteer holding rakes and leaf bags in the woodsStudents kneeling during trail making to pet a dogL-S student at a round table with young children in an elementary school classroomstudent with elderly woman working with a laptopStudents at a table in an office with a pad of paperGroup of students with a mess of tangled headphonesStudents with gardening tools, shovels and a wheelbarrowGroup of students in blue t-shirts posing after a gardening jobTwo rows of students standing outside in front of a farm house

Events & Volunteering Opportunities

Below you will find a list of upcoming events in need of volunteers. This list is updated regularly.