The Step by Step Student Stewardship Program (SBSSS) is designed to teach Seton students, as they grow, how to be good stewards of all the gifts God has given them.
Through SBSSS, each student will become:
- Aware of their blessings and gifts from God
- Engaged in serving and learning about those in need through hands-on experiences
- Aware of how we are called by our faith to serve God and others
EACH GRADE HAS:
- A Stewardship Focus: a community need that the students learn about for the entire year.
- A Stewardship Virtue: a virtue pertaining to stewardship that is woven into the stewardship curriculum each year.
- A Stewardship Curriculum: a curriculum that consists of age-appropriate literature, scripture, media, speakers, discussion, games, activities and reflection.
- Stewardship Projects and Activities: opportunities for students to serve others.
- Stewardship Volunteers: adults who implement the program, both in and out of the classroom.
- Stewardship Friday: one hour on the 3rd Friday of every month in which the Stewardship Curriculum is presented in the classroom.
- Family stewardship: a brief family preparation and/or follow-up to each Stewardship Friday to enhance the student’s understanding and draw from the parent’s experiences.