Celebrating the 2019-20 School Year

The 2019-20 school year will definitely go down as a memorable one for our Passport For Good schools. School administrators and students shifted to remote learning practically overnight and it became the new norm. Life as we knew it came to a temporary standstill – community service requirements suspended, extracurricular activities to a screeching halt and career development on pause. As students adjusted to this new norm, they found creative ways to persevere and logged impressive numbers for the 2019-20 school year.

Across Passport For Good’s 17 schools, our 4302 active students:


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In Economic Impact in their Communities 

The Class of 2020 logged 43,813 Hours Engagement Hours providing $976,654 in economic impact!

Here are some highlights of the 2019-20 school year:

Top 3 Districts with the Highest Number of Engagement Hours Logged

  • Manhasset USFD:  32,304 Hours
  • Brewster CSD:  8,599 Hours
  • Cohoes CSD:  6,761 Hours

Top 3 Students* with the Highest Number of Community Service Hours Logged

  • Adriana,  Manhasset Secondary School: 602 Hours
  • Jamal, Schenectady High School: 551 Hours
  • Rosalina,  Mattituck Jr. Sr. High School: 549 Hours

*names changed to protect student privacy

District with the Most Actively Engaged Students

  • Bethlehem CSD: 1,164 Students