Community Service Info.

Click the link below (at the very bottom of the page) to view and/or print the DCSD Community Service form. Please return the completed 2-page form to Mrs. Deal in Post Grad Office.****Remember you need 20 hours of community service to graduate****

Community Service Opportunities

Goodwill Industries of Denver

Give Someone a Hand Up

Do some good

We believe that a little goodwill can go a long way. By volunteering in the Denver metro area and northern Colorado with Goodwill, you could help change lives for thousands in need. Investments don't always come in the form of money—the gift of your time is just as precious. That's why Goodwill offers a variety of volunteer opportunities. Plus, volunteer work provides a sense of pride and accomplishment while helping others.

Flexible and right in your neighborhood

We make volunteering in the Denver metro area and northern Colorado easier than ever. Our volunteer opportunities stretch far and wide, with many Colorado school locations and Career Connection Centers to choose from. Saying that we're proud of the community we serve would be an understatement. You'll find many opportunities to contribute by volunteering at Goodwill.

To volunteer, please go to:

Call: 303-650-7714


Health South is looking for students volunteers! They are looking for 1 -2 students to interact with patients through newspaper and drink carts, games, etc. for a few hours on Sundays. Please contact Cassidy at (303) 334-1122 or (661) 753-4237.

Pioneer Elementary is looking for volunteers for their Royal Ball dance on February 2nd. They are looking for help with setup, the dance, and cleanup. Hours range from 5:00—8:00 p.m. To signup, please go to:

For more volunteer opportunities, including Douglas County Library opportunities, please go to Volunteer Connectat:

Praying Hands Ranch - a Great place to work with horses and people! Call (303) 841-4031

Community Service Guidelines

Every student attending a Douglas County School is required to fulfill a 20 hour community service requirement outside of their home and family environment in order to graduate. Any activity that meets the following guidelines is acceptable. All hours must be documented on a DCSD Community Service Documentation form, completely and legibly, to be processed.



  • Any service lasting a minimum of 2 hours total. ( This can include service opportunities that take place over several different days for less than 2 hours at a time, it must add up to 2 hours to be accepted for processing)
  • Any service commencing after the successful completion of eighth grade.
  • Recommended completion by end of third quarter of senior year, except by prior approval of the principal.
  • Any activity completed outside of regular school hours.
  • All aspects of the service approved by parent or guardian.
  • Service learning hours which receive no academic credit.

Not Acceptable:

  • More than 5 hours of service learning being performed for a school team, club, activity, or faculty member. (This does not include activities scheduled by school organizations or faculty members to assist an outside organization, such as NHS coordinating volunteers to help at the Food Bank of the Rockies.)
  • Any service paid for or for credit for disciplinary or adjudicated purposes.
  • Any activity for family, friends, an employer or private business.
  • Non-approval or absence of approval by the parent or guardian.
  • Any activity completed during school hours except with prior approval of the principal.
  • Any activity that is rewarded by a badge, such as Boy and Girl Scouts.
  • Any activity that results in lettering at the school.
  • Any activity where the hours are counted for another purpose.