TOPSoccer (The Outreach Program for Soccer) is a US-Soccer
sanctioned, community-based program for young athletes with disabilities. The program is designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to any boy or girl, ages 4 -20+, who has an intellectual or physical disability.
What Is a TOPSoccer Buddy? A TOPSoccer buddy is basically asked to play soccer with the TOPSoccer athletes and just be there for them. It is a magical experience for BOTH – the TOPSoccer player and the buddy!
Who Can Be a TOPSoccer Buddy? Any student or
athlete (regardless of soccer skill level) from age 8 & up can
participate. Adults are more than welcome as well! Community service hour forms are passed out to all buddies at the conclusion of each session.
Please consider volunteering a morning or two. FCC TopSoccer really needs your help!
All Sessions at FFC Park at the Spotsylvania Sportsplex at New Post. 1898 Mills Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22408
September 9, 16, 23 & 30, October 7, 14, 21 & 28 and November 4 & 11, 2017
All events run from 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.
@ the Thornburg
All proceeds to benefit Aaliyah Lopez, a Caroling County elementary student who has been affected by cancer.
Sponsored by the CHS Senior Beta Club Service Snapshot Team
Caroline County Department of Social Services Food Bank is encouraging everyone to donate one item to the local food bank. The theme this month is “Each 1 Give 1.”
Once you (or your business/organization) have collected non perishable items, please contact CDSS at 804-633-5071 for pick-up and delivery arrangements.
Any senior who has 50 hours of documented community service, a 3.0 in US/VA history and government courses, good attendance and no disciplinary infractions, please see Mrs. Pielocik for information about the Excellence in Civics seal.
The documented hours must be turned in by May 1st.
The Family Fair Planning Committee and the Caroline County Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) in partnership with the Parent Resource Center (PRC) will be providing volunteer training for the teens on Wednesday, February 18th.
- We want all students who wish to volunteer to have an opportunity for community service hours for Family Fair setup on Friday, 3/13/15 and the day of the event – Saturday, 3/14/15.
- Students not attached to any club/organization are welcome to volunteer with us as well.
- All students can participate in our teen/volunteer training, which will prepare students for what is expected at Family Fair and working with children in Child Supervision.
Join the CHS Beta Club as we kick off a new year!
The first meeting is August 27th at 3 PM in the CHS Media Center.
We are planning our fall concessions and first few community service projects!
The CHS Senior Beta Club will be preparing dinner for the residents of the Richmond Ronald McDonald House (RMH) on Thursday, November 7th. The Ronald McDonald House allows families to stay free of charge so that they might be closer to their hospitalized children. The students and their families donated all of the food that will be prepared.
In anticipation of the visit, the Betas are collecting can pop tops to donate to RMH. The charity recycles the tabs and uses the funds to pay the property’s electric bill. Please bring any collected tabs to the CHS Media Center.