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2021-22 Service Projects


WUES has the opportunity to participate in four fun service projects this school year! These opportunities will allow students to serve our school, community, and city in a variety of ways. 

If you would like to help with any of the 2021-22 service projects or for general information, please contact VP of Service, Allison Stasney, at

-HISD School Supply Drive

-Souper Bowl of Caring (February of 2022)

-Undies for Everyone (Fall 2021)

-ColorCycle and The Crayon Initiative

-Day of Service - March 28th! COMING UP SOON! See more info below.

Day of Service Information:

Are you interested in signing up for a service project on March 28th? Please read the volunteer descriptions carefully for information about minimum age, supplies needed, any forms that need to be filled out ahead of time, etc.  A volunteer liaison will reach out to you prior to 3/28 with additional information if needed.  


SIGN UP WILL CLOSE AT 5:00 PM on 3/21.

A few notes that are different for Day of Service:

*Please sign up for EACH SPOT you will need.  For example, if one parent is accompanying 3 children, please sign up for FOUR spots.  Some organizations have strict limits on how many people they can accommodate.

*ALL children must be accompanied by an adult.  We do not have any "drop-off" opportunities.

Do you have a question about the Day of Service Volunteer Opportunities? Please reach out to the organization's WUES parent liaison with questions:

Belmont Village
Click here to email Marisa Lawson 

Heroes for Children/Kids Meals
Click here to email Heather Conerly

Service Chairs: Steph Magers, Caroline Walter, and Allison Stasney


WUES is partnering with Undies for Everyone to help collect underwear for those in need.  Kids will learn how they can help other kids who may not have clean underwear to wear daily.


Collections will take place in each classroom and will be taken to the MPR/Cafeteria for sorting daily. 


The collection will take place the week of Monday, April 13th - Friday, April 17th.


Undies for Everyone is a nonprofit charitable organization in Houston that provides clean, new underwear to Houston and Dallas people in need.


ColorCycle and the Crayon Initiative -- Throughout the year, classrooms will collect “worn out” markers and crayons and send them off to be recycled. Families are also invited to send expired markers and crayons to school for recycling, as well!


Collections will take place in each classroom and will be brought to the office collection box periodically.


Ongoing throughout the year


Crayola and schools across North America are banding together to help kids understand the importance of their role in protecting the environment. Crayola ColorCycle helps students in K-12 schools across the continental United States and parts of Canada can collect and repurpose used Crayola markers. ColorCycle is also a great opportunity for teachers and their students to explore eco-friendly practices.

The Crayon Initiative organizes crayon collections that take unwanted crayons, remanufactures them, and provides them to hospitals that are caring for our kids. The Crayon Initiative supports environmental efforts by diverting crayons from the landfills.

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