Presentation on theme: "Doing work to help other people but not getting paid."— Presentation transcript:
Doing work to help other people but not getting paid
Requirement for Graduation For grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 Must complete 20 hours of community service each year 10 hours minimum of service must be community based 10 hours minimum of service may be church/school based Complete 5 hours of service every 9 weeks (each quarter) then you will receive an A
Making up missed hours If you did not complete 5 hours after a quarter (9 weeks ),hours can be made up during the next 9 weeks But 2 hours = 1 hour of missing hours. All 20 hours must be complete before May 17, 2013 in order to receive credit.
Benefits of Community Service Learn about American culture Improves your thinking skills Develops good character – caring, responsible, trustworthy, etc. See career opportunities for the future Makes the community stronger Helps you earn a scholarship for college/university Shows you care about others
Need Ideas? Ask your host family Ask the school office Listen in Chapel for announcements Read the back board for opportunities
Heres an opportunity! The Cascade Theatre is seeking excited and friendly volunteers to assist with the success of their upcoming in-house productions of A Cascade Christmas & Fiddler on the Roof. This is an amazing opportunity to learn first hand what it takes to create and run a successful production in the entertainment industry! Fiddler on the Roof Deadline: Wednesday October 17th
Volunteer Requirements: Must be at least 15 years of age Must attend the pre-production Staff Meeting Have a valid email address and phone number Adhere to the Volunteer Policies and Guidelines For Makeup and Hair Design Volunteers- You must be available on show days (with some flexibility) Click here for application: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formke y=dDFYOERzV05zZXJxRFRSUVhnMlBuakE6MQ