Hidden Hills Elementary school in Laguna Niguel is reaching out for assistance in finding high school students who want to tutor students at Hidden Hills starting the 2nd week in February.
We need tutors on Wednesday from 2:15 – 3:15 pm and/or Thursday from 1:00 – 2:00 pm. This requires a commitment until mid-May 2016.
Serra High School of CUSD is looking for volunteers to provide specific baked goods on the specific dates listed below. If you wish to participate in any of these events, please contact Katherine Amoukteh at the phone number listed below to confirm your participation. Serra HS will not accept your donations without prior confirmation. Remember, to receive credit for Dolphin Pride, these must be home baked and not store bought.
School: Serra HS
Location: 31422 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Katherine Amoukteh Contact Phone Number: (949) 489-7216
Events: Winter, Spring & Summer Graduations, Career Day and Teacher Appreciation Week.
The items can be dropped off at the school day of each event. I will confirm a time with each volunteer. (Reminder, there is a total limit of 3 dozen baked goods per DP member per year.)
Winter Graduation - 4 dozen cookies
Spring Graduation - 4 dozen cookies
Chautauqua - Career Day - 4 dozen cookies
May 2nd through 6th
Teacher Appreciation Week - breakfast
4 dozen baked breakfast goods
End of school year graduation - 6 dozen cookies
DOLPHIN PRIDE AWARD
DOLPHIN PRIDE AWARD
All students at Dana Hills High School are eligible for this award which is based on satisfactory academic achievement, outstanding attendance, outstanding citizenship, and school service.
Applications to earn this award are due to Mr. Nedler, Activities Director by September 24, 2015
Applications turned in after September 24, 2015 will not be accepted.
Academic Achievement: Maintain a minimum of 2.5 GPA with no D or F grades on first semester report card and no D’s or F’s through the spring 12-week progress report (May 2013).
Citizenship: No “N” or “U” marks in citizenship on all progress reports and semester report cards.
Attendance: No more than two tardy (including “G” excused tardy) per class per semester and no more than a total of ten tardy for the academic school year. No truancies (period or day). No more than five absences (for any reason other than school events/business) for the academic school year. In the event of serious illness, the candidate can provide a doctor’s note and the five absence rule will be reviewed by the Principal and the Activities Director.
School Service: 15 hours of school service. There are now only seven pre-approved school service organizations that you may work for in order to receive school credit. They are PTSA, Dolphin Force, Grad Nite, the Library and any CUSD approved tutoring or instructional program, along with the donation of home-made baked goods to school events and donation of blood to school-sponsored blood drives. No credit will be given for service hours with teachers or teams, nor for individual tutoring. No hour credit will be given for any items donated that were not home-made. (i.e., donations of food, water, sodas, etc.) Students must turn in service hour log cards and verify hours as indicated on log card. Late turn in or incomplete hour log cards result in no credit given.
Examples of school service:
- Donation of Baked Goods:
A maximum of three (3) total hours will be given throughout the school year for donated items. All baked goods donated must be home made. No credit will be given for store bought items.
2. Blood Donations:
Two (2) hours will be given to a student for each blood donation. Limit of two blood drives per year.
3. Maximum of Eight (8) Volunteer Hours Per Day
School service maximum hour-per-day guidelines shall be aligned with the California labor laws specifying that a minor may not work for more than 8 hours per day.
Meetings: There is an informational meeting scheduled on Wednesday, September 16, 2015 in the porthole theatre to explain all rules regarding Dolphin Pride. Students may still participate in the program if they do not attend the meeting, however, they are responsible for the understanding of all aspects of this program. Failure to follow the rules of the program will result in disqualification from the award. This award recognizes student responsibility. As the student, you alone are held responsible.
Web Site: www.dhhs.net/dolphin pride is our program web page. Please check regularly for updated information. I will post service opportunities there as they become available. Emails will not be sent out to remind you of opportunities.
LAST YEAR 40 STUDENTS EARNED THE DOLPHIN PRIDE AWARD! We invite all interested students to apply for this year’s award. Students who earn the award for three years are recognized with “silver” status and four years with “gold” status at the Senior Awards night.
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