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Community Service

Palms Middle School is active in the West Los Angeles community. Learning to be a good community member is part of the education that every student should have.

Community service starts at home, which means contributing to the well-being of our own campus, at events like Beautification Day and BIG SUNDAY, where students may help with planting, irrigation, painting, and/or campus cleanup.

Other Palms activities help the neighborhood around us, such as our recycling efforts and Toy Drive. Our students help educate our community at our Emergency Preparedness Fair and Health Fair.

Field trips let Palms students participate in off-campus community service work as well.

Click the links at the left to learn more!

Parents Help Too!

Palms parents set an example for their children by participating in Beautification Day, BIG SUNDAY, and other family community service events.

Parents also attend the Emergency Preparedness Fair and Health Fair as guests, where they see what their children have learned, and sometimes learn new information and tips themselves!

Safe Place for Youth (SPY) Donation Drive

Safe Place for Youth

Every year in the Fall semester, Palms students and their families donate new and gently used personal items, from hairbrushes to clothes to blankets, to Safe Place for Youth, an organization that helps young people transition off the streets and into stable housing and employment.

Fall 2019 Donation Drive

Early Fall through November 2019 (dates TBA)

Donation boxes in Student Services and Room 162

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Please consider donating some of these critically-needed items listed on the wish list. Donations are delivered to the Safe Place for Youth box in the Student Services Office.


Ms. Goldin