Recognizing Students who Do Service
We want to recognize students on our campus who are doing amazing service. More importantly, we want to hear their stories! Once a month, we will honor a student on campus for their community service contributions. Students will again be recognized at an awards ceremony later in the year.
Do you know someone who did an amazing service project? Email their story to firstname.lastname@example.org and they may win an amazing award!
Students In Action is a new program at Irvington High School designed to measure and celebrate the community service being done by students on our campus. With the program we will recognize individual students and the school as a whole. The goal is to have Irvington High School nationally recognized as a Jefferson Award Gold Banner School. Learn how you can participate below.
Club/Student Service Projects
Every service project done by Irvington High School counts. Make sure you share the following information with our clubs commissioner so we can count you service towards our schools total.
How many students were involved and how many hours did your team work?
Provide a general timeline of your project.
What were the outcomes of your project. How much did you raise/collect or what did you achieve?
Provide photo evidence of your project.