Who is WHO?


Students can access this site by going to the CPHS website or by going to this link: https://sites.google.com/a/leanderisd.org/cphs-community-service-projects/

Emilee Guernsey, Editor

Multiple clubs and organizations at CP require community service hours, but some students have a hard time finding any hours, especially if they don’t have cars, according to English teacher Lauren Madrid.

Madrid has created an organization called WHO, which stands for Wolves Helping Others. Madrid created WHO in order to help students find community service all in one place, instead of it being scattered throughout the school.

“Parents were concerned towards the end of last year, wondering how their child was going to get community service hours if they can’t drive,” Madrid said. “That’s when the idea came about to create a place where community service is all together, making it accessible to all of CPHS students.”

Some students have already used the WHO page on Naviance to earn hours, such as junior Maddie Domin.

“WHO gave me the opportunity to search for more things I could do for the required hours for my clubs,” Domin said.

WHO can be found on the CPHS home page, in Naviance on the ‘What’s New” tab, their website https://sites.google.com/a/leanderisd.org/cphs-community-service-projects/ and also on their Facebook page called CPHS WHO. If students want to know about more what community service hours they can get, they can go to WHO’s Facebook page and like it, this way they will be updated about upcoming events.