Senior Service Honor Cord Class of 2023
Seniors who choose to “SERVE, LEAD, SUCCEED” through community service gain memorable experiences, build character and contribute to their community. Therefore, we would like to honor any senior who gives 120 hours of time during their senior year from June 1, 2022 through April 10, 2023 with a special Senior Service Honor Cord to be worn at graduation.
To record your hours:
sign in to your Naviance Student page.
Scroll and click on the x2Vol box under “Resources to get ready.”
Record your hours. Need help with posting your hours on x2Vol?
Remember! Under “Apply Hours to Goals” click “Apply to all non-exclusive goals.” This will allow you to apply your hours to the President's Volunteer Service Award and/or Senior Service Cord, if you would like to be considered for these awards.
Your hours will be approved by April 20, 2023. A list of Seniors who will be receiving this award will be posted after April 2023.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: HOURS MUST BE ASSIGNED TO THE DATES THEY WERE COMPLETED. If you put more than 16 hours in a single day, you must include the details about dates and times the service was completed in the “notes” section. For example, putting 30 hours in one day and saying “worked as a camp counselor” will not be acceptable, unless you add notes that add clarification, such as: “worked 5 hours a day on July 10 - July 15, 2022 for a total of 30 hours.”
All volunteer activities are subject to the UA Rules for Community Service:
Completed without pay.
Completed for someone other than a family member.
Completed for the school or service agency/organization.
Youth in the Booth does not count as community service, unless you have donated your pay and can produce a receipt.
All political activities must be non-partisan (i.e., working for the League of Women Voters or Get Out the Vote. NOT - working for a specific campaign for a candidate)
Extended service trips/camps can receive a maximum of 18 hours per day. This includes 6th grade camp (maximum of 48 hours for 6th grade camp).
Religious activities count with the exceptions of teaching or preaching.
Ideas for virtual service:
Questions? Contact Jeanne Gogolski, Career Development/Service-learning Coordinator, [email protected]