VOLUNTEERING AT MAX S HAYES HIGH SCHOOL
Community Service is an important aspect of a student’s educational experience in developing compassion and awareness. Students are required to complete a minimum of 75 hours of community service prior to graduation, practicing initiative and various skills, emerging a well-rounded individual, prepared for real-world situations.
- Students are required to obtain a total of 75 hours of volunteering for graduation.
- Please have your volunteering site supervisor sign this Volunteer Log to verify the hours you have completed.
- Students in grades 9-11 should give their completed volunteer forms to their designated guidance counselor.
- Students in grade 12 should give their completed volunteer forms to Mr. Ebeid, Senior Advisor.
- Students should take initiative and seek opportunities to serve their communities
ugive.org is a web-site, linking students to nearby facilities looking for volunteers.Please be forewarned, you should attend ALL sessions you sign up for.If you are not able to attend for any reason, it is YOUR responsibility to contact the ugive personnel and the facility letting them know you will not be able to volunteer.
- Do you know of any seniors who have time to volunteer or need service hours? I'm looking for helpers for independent reading with my students. Right now, 6th and 8th period are moving into their independent reading. I'm finishing up getting reading levels and books checked out for 1st, 3rd, and 9th period. Jenna Niederkorn Rm. 105, EDUCATOR: English Language Arts, Max S. Hayes High School
- Seniors Wanted to VOLUNTEER in the Guidance Office All periods needed. See any of the School Counselors to make arrangements.
Log-on under Max S Hayes and find many volunteer opportunities in your community. This web-site also keeps track of all your hours and builds up your resume!
Posted September 6, 2011 at 6:53 PMwww.hospicewr.org/
Volunteer with the Hospice of the Western Reserve and improve the quality of individual lives! See application requirements on-line.
Posted September 7, 2011 at 9:02 PM