Community Service

Care for Your Community - Image of town within a red heart, next to many reaching hands.

Monthly Service Opportunity

K12 Care for Your Community Campaign provides students a monthly opportunity to participate in local Community Service Projects.  Students benefit by learning the importance of serving in the community and partnering with local charities.  Check out our monthly service opportunities below to learn how to get involved and see the amazing work North Carolina Virtual Academy students are doing.

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Community Service Events

In the month of April NCVA will participate by encouraging students to create a Pinwheel Garden in their local community (with permission). Each family is requested to photograph and share on the school Facebook page.

Do you live in or around the Asheboro area and want to participate? Stop by the NC Zoo for a student meet up & group pinwheel garden.

Register today, we look forward to seeing you there!


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Pinwheels for Prevention

April- Pinwheels for Prevention®

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and we invite you to show your support for our nation's children by making your own pinwheel display!

Pinwheels are the national symbol of child abuse prevention and a visible reminder of the happy and healthy childhood that all children deserve.

Project Description

Make or purchase inexpensive pinwheels and create a pinwheel garden in your yard or at a local business (with permission). Or you can make a Pinwheels for Prevention poster to display on your front porch or window, and be sure to include your school's name!

Community Service Events

MARCH – Read Across America Book Drive

March Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2, the birthday of beloved children's author Dr. Seuss.   

Project Description

Option 1:  Book Donation

  • Share your love of reading by donating gently used books to the local library.

Option 2:  Volunteer

  • Volunteer to read a favorite book at a local library or bookstore story time or to a senior at a local assisted living facility.

Option 3:  Little Free Library Project


In the month of March NCVA will participate by sponsoring a Book Drive.  Each family is requested to donate at least 1 gently used book to a local library, daycare, nursing home or other local charity in need. 

Do you live in or around the Kernersville area and want to participate in a book drive?  Stop by the Kernersville Branch Library for a student meet up & book drive.  We'd love to see you.  All are welcome so bring a friend! 

Teacher and Student at Book Drive Students at Book Drive

Student and Book Drive Mascot

FEBRUARY – Love a Charity

February is a great time to show your favorite charities some love by making an extra contribution or volunteering your time and talent.

Project Description

Option 1:  Spread Love with Valentine’s

  • Make and deliver Valentine cards and spread love to those needing it the most.
  • Senior Citizens in Assisted Living or Nursing Home Facility
  • Patients at the Local Children’s Hospital
  • Fire Fighters, Police Officers, or EMT’s in the Local Community


Do you live in or around the Durham area and want to show your community some love?  Stop by East Regional Library to make (or sign) a Thank You card for a local hero, a child at Duke’s Children’s Hospital.  We'd love to see you.  All are welcome so bring a friend! 


Valentines made by volunteers

NCVA Volunteer holding envelope full of Valentines

NCVA Volutneers showing off their Valentines