Bishop Luers High School’s Sodalitas program will come to fruition on April 14, 2016. This day, is the culmination of months of bi-weekly meetings of planning, collaborating and working together to organize projects that will help fulfill the needs of the community. Sodalitas is a program created for students, by students, with its main mission to serve, lead, grow and develop an appreciation for helping others. Sodalitas is a fellowship of students and adults who are helping fulfill a part of the Bishop Luers Mission of serving each other and the community through the development, planning and implementation of service projects. Bishop Luers High School is a Catholic educational community that instills in each student dignity, integrity, respect and responsibility. Nurtured by Catholic truths, each student is able to face the challenges in his or her own life spiritually, academically, and socially while serving God and others in a global and changing society.
Students and staff from Bishop Luers High School will be participating in service projects at more than 22 different locations throughout our community on April 14th. Some of the locations benefiting from this day of service include Vincent Village, Eagle Marsh Little River Wetlands, Children’s Autism Center, Carriage House, Hope House, St. John’s Parish, St. Henry’s Parish, St. Joseph Hessen Cassel Parish, Unity Lutheran School, Foster Park, Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, Christ Child Society, Children’s Hope Hospitality House, Bloomingdale Elementary, ARC, Blessings in a Backpack and Community Harvest Food.