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Congratulations to EHS students who earned Community Service Awards!

Click the button to view the list of awards through June 2018.
 

Eastlake High School values community service and thus awards students for their contributions through its Community Service Program, supported by the EHS PTSA and Key Club (Kiwanis).  Beginning in summer before entering 9th grade, students can submit, track, verify and be recognized for all community service hours across all EHS clubs/activities as well as individual service in the community.   

Community service is supported by the EHS PTSA through:

  • funding
  • scholarships
  • community networking
  • parent, staff and student communication
  • volunteer opportunities
  • awards and recognition
  • and a Community Service PTSA board member/contact.

 


 

Service Awards

Students receive an award for completing at least 50 service hours.  Award levels are:

  • 50-100 service hours 
  • 101-150 service hours 
  • 151-200 service hours 
  • 200+ service hours*

    *In addition to this community service award, seniors also receive the silver Community Service Graduation Honor Cord which demonstrates that the student made community service a priority during his/her high school career.

A list of award winners is published on the EHS Community Service Program page in the fall before college application deadlines, and again in the spring before graduation. 


Deadline for reporting service hours is May 23

Students who would like to be included on our Spring 2018 Community Service Award List, or seniors who would like to receive the Community Service Honor Cord for graduation need to turn in all documentation by May 23rd.  All grade levels can be included on the Award List if they have documented at least 50 hours.  Inclusion on this list can be listed as an award on job, college, scholarship, and other applications.  Seniors will need at least 200 hours to earn the Honor Cord.  Click HERE for Community Service forms and instructions for turning them in. Check the EHS Community Service webpage for any questions, or email PTSA Community Service Chair Julie Olson.

Hours from the Annual Community Day of Service on May 19th will count towards this year.  This is one of the service capstones of the year since there is such a huge variety of projects, opportunities, and participants!  Click HERE to sign up early to get the best selection of opportunities, and scroll across the tabs at the top to see all of the choices that fit your time and interests.   

For any student who is not a senior, keep tracking your hours after the deadline to turn them in for the Fall Award List!   


 

 

Find program details, service opportunities, award winners, and much more
about the Community Service Program on the EHS school website.