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Community Service & Leadership Club

who we are         

CSLC is a club for anyone who enjoys helping others and making the world a better place.

We have complete projects to help those within our school community and across the globe. Club members are encouraged to bring new ideas and suggestions.

Each year we support three projects at Oak: Coins of Fury - a fundraiser to raise funds for families in need during the holiday season; Box Tops for Education - we collect, sort, bag and mail out the Box Tops collected throughout the year, and the club decides where the money will go; and we also run a small concession stand at home basketball games. 

CSLC Meeting Dates 2019-2020


The Community Service and Leadership Club is sponsoring its annual Food Drive to support our Food for Families Food pantry on October 7- October 10, 2019.

Each set of color teams has been assigned specific food items that are needed for our families, however, any and all donations are welcome.  Assigning the foods ensures that we have a well-stocked pantry for the school year. A team-color list of donation suggestions can be found here.

Students can bring in donations each day, or donations can be dropped off in a box outside of the main office.

Last year students and their families donated over 1,000 pounds of food which support several families along with stocking our share basket in the cafeteria when needed.

We thank you in advance for your support of this important program. Food insecurity is of national concern; everyone deserves a healthy meal.


In 2018, we started managing and supporting our school's food pantry. Read More.

"Farm to School" Project at OMS

Below are some pictures of CSLC members planting ‘cold crops’- 2 kinds of lettuce as a part of the ‘Farm to School’ project.  This is our first project for the program using the raised bed put in by Home Depot 2 years ago.  We hope to be able to harvest before school ends to send home fresh produce with the families participating in Food For Families  (Food Pantry).   We also have broccoli and some herbs to plant once we get the other beds cleaned out.

FARM TO SCHOOL PROJECT

FARM TO SCHOOL PROJECT

FARM TO SCHOOL PROJECT

   what we do

Each year CSLC works an additional project chosen by the students. Some of our past projects:

  • Made blankets for a local animal shelter
  • Purchased teddy bears for the pediatric surgical unit at UMASS
  • Started an ongoing composting project
  • Wear Red Day supports the American Heart Association
  • Breast Cancer Awareness Day
  • Gift package for military service rnembers overseas
  • Organized an annual Hunger Banquet
  • Donations to the Jimmy Fund
  • Made blankets for the pediatric surgical unit at UMASS