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Service Learning

Service Learning Opportunites

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ONLY THE CLASS OF 2014 IS REQUIRED TO TURN IN HOURS FOR SERVICE LEARNING CREDIT TO GRADUATE

It is a great idea for Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors to volunteer at nonprofit organizations.  This volunteering will not only help students get paying jobs, it will also help to get scholarships, and help students get admitted in to colleges and universities.  Only the Class of 2014 is required to turn in Service Learning Logs for graduation, but all other students can keep track of their own volunteer hours by keeping a Volunteer Notebook or Folder with all of the hours volunteered.  This way it will be easy to pull out that information when students are applying for a job, a scholarship, or for college.

SERVICE LEARNING AWARDS - 200 hours, 500 hours, 1000 hours or more

Seniors - You can still earn Service Learning awards by earning at least 200 volunteer hours.  If you earn between 200 and 499 hours, you will receive a Service Learning Medallion.  If you earn between 500 and 999 hours, you will receive a Service Learning Star Medallion.  If you earn 1000 hours or more, you will receive a Service Learning Star Medallion and a silver Service Learning Cowl.

Top Service Learning Award Earners

  1. Melissa Rios - 1,962 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  2. Sarah Paset - 1,552.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  3. Justin Morehead - 1,638.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  4. Ashleigh Roe - 1,373 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  5. Jailynn Kaono - 1,359 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  6. Jennifer Roman - 1,298 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  7. Yesica Villasenor - 1,195 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  8. Troya Joseph - 1,164.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  9. Elizabeth Swanee - 1,096 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  10. Meme Phay - 1,059 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  11. Victoria Brown - 1,046.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  12. Jasmin Calderon - 1,045 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  13. Carlos Martinez - 1,041 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  14. Nicholas Cedeno - 1,035.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  15. Vicente Velasquez - 1,009 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  16. Jake Rhodes - 1,005.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  17. Garrett Lundin - 1,002.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  18. Mirella Parra - 1,002 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  19. Helen Tran - 1,001.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  20. Andrea Sariah - 883 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  21. Amber Cale - 789 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  22. Alexandria Laffoon - 741.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  23. Alexiz Gomez - 658.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  24. Lyndell Bernadette Balajadia - 631 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  25. Irvin Alatorre - 575 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  26. Kevin Labbate - 569.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  27. Nancy Martinez - 566 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  28. Victoria Park - 558.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  29. Payton Ballard - 555 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  30. Emily Wills - 549 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  31. Rio Marielle Malana - 544 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  32. Casey Wilkerson - 540 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  33. Ria Marielle Malana - 536.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  34. Shelby Sellers - 535 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  35. Bridget Faltas - 529 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  36. Jacqueline Leatigaga - 527 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  37. Daniel Mezquita - 523 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  38. Emily Encina - 520 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  39. Kristine Vu - 517.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  40. Tahaiha Allen - 508.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  41. Allyson Haack - 508.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  42. Danay Chaney - 505.5 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  43. Haley Sorgdrager - 503 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  44. Kaweesha Gamage - 500 Hours Earned - Class of 2014
  45. Valerie Romero - 500 Hours Earned - Class of 2014

Current 12th graders must complete 40 hours of volunteering as part of their high school graduation requirement by January 27, 2014.  The types of service that are acceptable are volunteering at a non-profit site or for a non-profit activity (for example the Red Cross, public libraries, museums, Boys and Girls Clubs, Police PAL sites, elementary and middle schools, sports groups like AYSO and Pop Warner, walk-a-thons, beach clean-ups, and the Special Olympics).  You may not volunteer at a for-profit business.  You are not to provide free labor for such places as an office, grocery store, department store, or restaurant.

Remember to turn in your completed Student Service Learning Logs to Miss Gildon, the Service Learning Coordinator, at the College and Career Center in Room 332:

  • Before each deadline which are usually once a month

Your hours will be verified and recorded in the District computer system by Miss Gildon. Hours submitted will appear on your progress reports and graduation check and will be continually updated as you submit new hours. Additional service learning manuals, log sheets, and service learning opportunities are available at the College and Career Center in Room 332.

This year's Service Learning Fair - Volunteer Village - is on Tuesday, October 15th at El Dorado Park West Community/Sernior Center (2800 Studebaker Road, Long Beach, CA  90815) from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm.  Students will earn 2 Service Learning hours for attending and 1 addtional hour for every adult (with a two adult maximum). Just bring a bag of materials that you picked up from the fair to the College and Career Center on the following day to earn your hours.

Gildon, Jenny
Associate

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Posted by: Jenny Gildon
Published: 6/9/14