United States Air Force Auxiliary
Carroll Composite Squadron
Group II, Maryland Wing
CAP Squadron Activities comply with Maryland State Best Practices for Service Learning.
Service-Learning projects should be designed to meet the Seven Best Practices for Service-Learning which are:
The Service-Learning Graduation Requirement was passed in 1992 by the Maryland State Department of Education. This requirement mandates that public school students earn a minimum of 75 hours of service-learning prior to graduation.
Definition of Service-Learning
Service-Learning is a teaching method that combines meaningful service to the community with curriculum-based learning. Students improve their academic skills by applying what they learn in school to the real world; they then reflect on their experience to reinforce the link between their service and their learning (Definition provided by Learning In Deed)
Information related to Service Learning Hours provided on this page was obtained from the
Need Service Learning Hours?
1. Complete the Service Learning Hours Reflection Form (link provided below) for Cadet Activities and Programs that you participate in which support community services, events, SAR, etc.
2. Submit the form through Chain of Command to the Squadron Commander Budge. All Service Learning Reflection Forms must be certified prior to submission to your school.
3. Once certified by squadron, Service Learning Hours Reflection Form will be returned to Cadet for his/her submission to their School's Service Learning Coordinator.
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