BBS Service Projects

BUILD • BEAUTIFY • SERVE

At MG21, we call service learning “Build, Beautify and Serve” (BBS). BBS projects are projects designed to leverage the unique talents and interests of our students in order to make MG21, and the surrounding community, a better place. As students and staff collaborate for our BBS projects we consider these questions:

1

Can you build something to improve the school or surrounding area?

2

Can you use your artistic talents to make our school or community look or sound more beautiful?

3

Can you use your knowledge, skills, or work ethic to help others through service?

4

Can you collaborate with others to make your ideas happen?

Some BBS Projects

ALDO LEOPOLD NATURE CENTER

MG21 partnered with the ALNC to create a new course with the purpose of managing a piece of land at the ALNC.

Read More >>
COMMUNITY ART

MG21 students had the opportunity to collaborate with the City of Monona, the Ho-Chunk nation and Dane Arts Mural Arts to design and create the Monona Mural.

Read More >>
BEES!

Through the purchase of a top-bar beehive students and staff have learned a lot about beekeeping and bee husbandry.

Read More >>
CITIZEN LAKE MONITORING

MG21 students have been Citizen lake Monitors for the DNR for the past 4 years monitoring the water quality in the Lake Monona bay off Frost Woods Beach.

Read More >>
ICE AGE TRAIL ALLIANCE

The Ice Age Trail weaves its way throughout the entire state and is built ENTIRELY by volunteers.

Read More >>
LIBRARY PARTNERSHIPS

MG21 students had the opportunity to collaborate with the City of Monona, the Ho-Chunk nation and Dane Arts Mural Arts to design and create the Monona Mural.

Read More >>
SCHOOL GARDEN

MG21 has a garden on our grounds. We have built raised beds and students plant and care for the garden in the autumn and the spring.

Read More >>
2ND HARVEST FOOD BANK

Students volunteer at the Second Harvest Food Bank’s largest food pantry distribution center.

Read More >>