Before there was the Breakfast Club, Detroit Catholic Central had JUG (Justice Under God). JUG was a three hour "sentence" of manual labor handed down for various student transgressions at CC. One unexcused absence, three late slips, not wearing a "spirit" shirt on assembly days, a smart (not to be confused with intelligent) remark in class, etc., could result in a JUG. JUG sessions were always held early Saturday morning.
Sometimes, back in the 60s and 70s, teachers took justice into their own hands. Several homeroom teachers had weapons (hockey stick, sawed-off baseball bat, rubber hose to name but a few) to mete out hometown justice when necessary.
I understand that currently CC has something called "detention", which does not involve manual labor or corporal punishment. It might be described as an enforced study hall. Deprivation of internet or smartphone access was once tried, I am told, but such extreme pyschological torture was soon abandoned as possibly violative of the Geneva Convention.
So, the raking of leaves, supervised by a Basilian priest in full cassock and fedora, ala the 1963 photo above, is indeed a thing of the past.