Students in the Raptor Academy of Printing, Imaging and Design, known as RAPID, as part of Mr. Reid Petersen’s North Orange County ROP Design for Digital Print class at El Camino Real High School, are jumping right into service learning this school year.
The school has partnered with Homeless Intervention Services of Orange County to design and print 500 ‘thank you’ cards for the local non-profit organization. The mission of Homeless Intervention Services of Orange County is to support people to overcome homelessness and achieve independence.
RAPID students at El Camino are doing their part as they learn design and printing skills while helping out in this important cause. Way to go, Raptors!
North Orange County ROP is a collaborative effort in career technical education by five school districts including Anaheim Union High School District, Brea Olinda Unified School District, Fullerton Joint Union High School District, Los Alamitos Unified School District, and Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District. The program offers a wide variety of career technical education coursework and career readiness training to over 16,000 students in the county.