Students in Action Helps Mauldin Community

Students in Action members assist with Clothing Closet.

Kiara Cody and Tammy McClain

Skylar Ford
Students in Action members assist with Clothing Closet.
Skylar Ford
Students in Action participate in the Student Leadership Conference at USC Upstate.

“Students In Action” is a new student group to Mauldin High. Its motto is “Multiplying Good” and its pillars are to promote leadership, engagement, and impact. These values are established in the following ways:

  • Leadership–Develop current and future leadership potential within students.
  • Engagement–Promote the value of service and grow volunteerism within the school community.
  • Impact– Measure the impact of volunteerism and reward efforts to develop measurement systems.

Students In Action” has developed two primary community service initiatives. They include:

  1. Clothing Closet: Clothes (new or very gently used) have been donated from clothing stores and various other sources. Students are able to see a guidance counselor or teacher based on individual needs or a need beyond Mauldin High that will still serve the Mauldin community.
  1. Serenity Place: Items will be donated to Serenity Place based on their following wish list:
  • New Women’s Undergarments
  • Maternity Clothing/Pants
  • Baby Towels/Receiving Blankets
  • Baby Wash, Lotion, Powder, Diaper Crème
  • Baby Bottles
  • Baby Bathtubs
  • New Socks (all sizes)
  • Women’s Care Products (shampoo/conditioner, soap/body wash, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, floss, lotion)
  • Laundry Baskets

Students and community members are encouraged to make a donation of their choice. Donations can be made to the front office. Various MHS student clubs will be granted community service hours for their donation(s).

Student Members: Lauren Ashmore, Zora Brewster, Kiara Cody, Camiya Crosby, George Ford, Skylar Ford, A.J. Flood, Ryan Groves, JEB McBride, Cierra McKinney, Valentia Ramirez-Zapata, Lilian Shehan, Jameson Tucker, Megan Vankirk, Cordazha Washington, Eric Washington, Greyson Williams, and Shatessa Williams.