Cooper High School

Community Service Opportunities

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Click here to sign up for the Erpenbeck Science Night.

Volunteers - First Church - An Old Kentucky Christmas

Click here to sign up to volunteer.
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Click here for further information and sign up sheet for Reindeer Games.

Information also available in the library.

Mary Rose Mission

What: Assist with preparing or serving an evening meal

Where: 272 Main Street, Florence 41042
When: Meals are currently served 4:00-6:00 PM each Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

If you would like to volunteer, please send an email to with your name, phone number, and email address. Our Volunteer Coordinator will send you a link to our online calendar, SignUp. You will select your day(s) to volunteer from that link.

See website for more details

Volunteer at Boone County Public Library

Homework Help for ELL Students

WHAT: Often parents and students, who have English as a second-language, need help with clarification on school projects or forms, and help with reading skills. Volunteers are needed to help with translating assignments, general homework help (not tutoring), and practicing reading in English.

Florence Branch of the Boone County Public Library

WHEN: Mondays, when school is in session, 5-7 p.m.; interested students will need to complete a survey and 30 minute training.

CONTACT: Students who are interested in helping out, please contact Pamela Jayne by email

Young Boone County

WHAT: Every month the library and the Boone County Alliance offer a service project for teens. Projects vary and any teen can attend.

WHERE: Scheben Branch of the Boone County Public Library

WHEN: 1st Tuesday of each month, 6:30-8 p.m.

CONTACT: Interested high school students, please feel free to attend; no sign up required. Check the library website for upcoming projects. For more information, please contact Dawna Bach at

Read with a Teen

WHAT: Help students in grades 1-3 practice their reading skills.

WHERE: Scheben Branch of the Boone County Public Library

WHEN: Through the school year & summer

CONTACT: Interested students, 8th grade and above, must complete a required training offered annually in May. For more information, please contact Dawna Bach at

General Volunteering

WHAT: Help the library with special events or regular volunteer activities, which can include: preparing supplies for programs, general cleaning of library (books, bookshelves, toys, etc.), creating scrap paper, putting together packets, etc.

WHERE: Boone County Library locations

CONTACT: Interested students should fill out a Volunteer Application Form and return it to any Boone County Library location.

Habitat for Humanity Volunteers

Click here for link to website to sign up to volunteer at Restore.
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Athletic Boosters - Volunteers Needed

The Athletic Boosters are in search of students to help with Booster activities for volunteer hours. If you have interests in updating websites, social media, photography, and writing articles/newsletters. Then contact the Athletic Boosters at

Florence Park Care Center - Volunteer Opportunities

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Bridgeport Health Care - Volunteer Opportunities

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Boone County Arboretum

Boone County Arboretum, 910 Camp Ernst Road, Union, KY 41091

Contact: Lacey Kessell - Volunteer Co-ordinator


Volunteers are needed to help maintain the Arboretum grounds, and staff public events. Grounds activities include helping plant gardens, pruning, weeds, and facilities improvement projects. Volunteers are also needed for special events to direct & park traffic, and to perform various other event related tasks. Link to volunteer information -

Shari the Bag Lady - Community Service Project

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Scheben Care Volunteer Opportunities

Scheben Care, 31 Spiral Drive, Florence, KY 41042


This is a facility that provides adult daycare fo people who have cerebral palsy, autism, a developmental disability. Alzheimer's or closed head injuries. They may also possibly be stroke victims.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Front office - filing, answering phones and pulling carts
  • Adult Daycare - assist clients with craft projects, recreational activities, bingo, game playing
  • Garden Therapy - care for plants or work with daycare clients in the garden.
  • Set up rooms - clean rooms

As part of our graduation requirement, each student needs to have completed 20 hours of community service hours prior to graduating.

It is recommended that students perform 5 hours of community service each school year instead of accumulating the hours within one school year. Deadline for Seniors to submit hours is February 15th 2020. Students are required to fill out a community service hours form and return the completed form to the Library Media Center.

Students can view service hours through their Infinite Campus Portal and are encouraged to keep track of their own hours.