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Community Service Information

Top 10 Community Service Hours

 

as of 1/12/18              
9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
Cavagnaro, Hayley 270 Ayala, Aphrodite 548.2 Arellano Reyes, Christopher 347.5 Cates, Erika 438
Cordich, Isabella 200 Rubio, Gimena 255 Martinez, Raymond 263 Reimer, Jenna 369.9
Gomez, Destiny 166 Walters, Katelyn 205.5 Kleder-Barnes, Joseph 262 Felix, Alexander 320
Lazaro, Kaitlynn 162 AguilarLuna, Eric 171 Brinkman, Maggie 261 ArteagaMunguia, Yoneida 316
Jaimes, Anthony 160 Pickford, Elizabeth 153 Baxter, Rebecka 251.5 Jaimes, Amy 225.5
Martinez, Sophia 159.5 Ceballos, Macale 150 Carvalho, Kaitlyn 223.2 Padilla, Elissa 225.5
Mendez, Gizella 159 Torres, Alexander 128.9 Baxter, William 209.5 Urenda Najar, Nancy 215.7
Rocha, Grant 77.5 Flores, Destiny 125.5 Plaza, Andrew 205 Thompson, Adam 215.5
Doyle, Brendan 60 HernandezMejia, Rosa 124 Meraz Palomino, Isrrael 192 DelgadoGonzalez, Ellie 194.2
Guaracha, Benjamin 48 Garcia, Chelsea 118 Oshiro, Zeferino 190 Garcia, Alexis 192

Upcoming Opportunities!

Bookroom Volunteers needed - see Toi in the bookroom before or after school 

 

Athletic Department needs your help:

 

Help at Basketball Games Link:  http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0548ABAD29A5F58-basketball

 

Help at Soccer Games Link: http://www.SignUpGenius.com/go/20F0548ABAD29A5F58-soccer 

 


We are a non-profit organization,

Gilroy High students will receive community service hours.  Ciel (Create Inspire Enrich Learn) will have many fun opportunities for volunteers throughout the new upcoming year. I would be happy to answer any questions about our volunteer request and would encourage students, parents and counselors to stop by Ciel's social and learning center. Please take a look at our website: www.cielservices.org.

We are always extremely grateful for all our our volunteers.




 

 

 

 

 

Register to Ring https://www.registertoring.com/WebPages/Default.aspx

 

You may sign up with a partner.

 


 

We are currently seeking enthusiastic volunteers from all walks of life to join our St. Louise Regional Hospital Team.

No skills required - we will train you! Current Volunteer Opportunities are:

 Patient Services/ Information Desk

 Gift Shop

 Infant Hearing Screening

 Sewing Club

 Department Assistance as needed

 Emergency Department

 Laboratory

 Diagnostic Imaging

 And more Requirements: Applicants must be 15 years of age. Background check and immunization requirements apply.

For more information, please contact Amber Dutra at 408.848.4919 or Amberdutra@verity.org

2017-2018 Hours Needed

 

  # of Hours Completed by:
Class of  August 3, 2017 (Fall Sports) Oct.2, 2017 (Winter Sports) Jan. 8, 2018 (Spring Sports, Student Activities) May 1, 2018
2018 60 60 70 80
2019 40 40 50 60
2020 20 20 30 40
2021   5 10 20

Gilroy Unified School District Community Service Guidelines

Beginning with the graduating class of 2014, high school students in the Gilroy Unified School District are required to complete 80 hours of Community Service. Community Service Requirement BP6746.1(a) revised and adopted August 12, 2010

 

1. In order to ensure acceptance of a student’s Community Service activity for credit students should:

a. Perform Community Service for a pre-approved nonprofit agency (see the list on the website).

b. Or, for an agency not on the pre-approved list, obtain prior approval from the Community Service Coordinator. Turn in a request for Community Service approval form TWO weeks prior to the activity. Failure to perform community service for an approved agency carries the risk of being denied credit for time served.

2. Students must use the official GUSD School Community Service Time Sheet. Students’ timesheets must be signed by their parent or guardian.

3. All community service work must be completed outside of school hours.

4. Paid work will not be considered for Community Service hours.

5. Community Service activities will be approved only for work through a nonprofit community service organization. Hours may be done through a large corporation if the corporation is sponsoring the community service opportunity.

6. In order to graduate, all GUSD students will fulfill a minimum of 80 hours of Community Service, no later than May 1 of their senior year. Students must earn ten hours in at least two of the following categories: Senior Citizens Young Children Disabled Citizens School Related The Environment The Homeless Literacy Animal Care Promoting Health and Physical Fitness Promoting the Arts and Culture

7. Community Service credit will not be given for service performed for a parent or a relative.

8. Approved Community Service completed during weekends or vacation time will not exceed more than 8 hours per day.

9. Service hours will not be given for any high school club or team meeting.

10. Hours earned for after school or weekend training or planning sessions may count towards community service when the training results in actual volunteer service towards the community. (For example: serving on the Relay for Life Committee, etc.)

11. Service hours completed during the school year for youth camps (or similar service) will be limited to no more than 8 hours per day, and a total of 15 hours per camp. This includes service completed during winter and spring break.

12. Community Service credit will not be granted for recruitment, membership building or teaching about an organization or its beliefs, philosophy, or mission. For example, Community Service credit will be granted for volunteer work performed for a church providing childcare, directing recreational activities, helping feed or clothe those in need, or providing other community services, but credit will not be granted for teaching about religious beliefs or for organizing or participating in religious ceremonies.

13. The organization receiving service always has the option of not signing a time sheet if the student’s job performance is not satisfactory.

14. Students entering Gilroy Unified School District will have their Community Service Hours prorated at 20 hours per school year. To receive credit for hours worked at previous schools, the Community Service documents must be submitted, reviewed, and approve

 

Community Service is a service that is performed for the benefit of the public or its institutions.  

 

Community Service is defined as volunteer service for an approved nonprofit agency

Ongoing Events

http://saveourshores.org/volunteer/

 
The Gilroy Center for the Arts 
7341 Monterey Street
often has community service opportunities
Stop by the College & Career Center and Talk to Dia Hoshida!

Gilroy Gardens

Opportunities Available year round!

Contact: 

Eva Trenberth 408-840-7140 

 

Maintain-a-Drain

An all year activity with a multi-year commitment. For more information, contact 846-0460

 

Strorm Drain Stenciling

A great group activity that can be done all year round depending on the weather. For more information, contact 846-0460

 

Gilroy Demonstration Garden--7360 Eigleberry

Winter Hours: Wed and Fri 2-5pm and Sat 8:30-Noon. Tools and Gloves provided! All VOLUNTEERS are welcome and appreciated! More info: gilroydemonstrationgarden.org

 

Cuddly Critters, Hollister, CA

 Contact: Sue Foster 831-637-1336

Cleaning animal pens, changing bedding, scrubbing food bowls

 

Perfect Fit Equine Rescue

a rescue organization that gives new homes to unwanted/neglected horses

Contact: Laura 408-843-6382.

 

Town Cats

Morgan Hill

Weekly in the afternoons and evenings

Weekends 8-1/5-7

http://www.towncats.org/volunteer  


 

Hours Updates

School Loop hours are not accurate.  Please check Aeries.  

Community Service Coordinator

If you would like to post information for your community service event,

please contact Jami Reynolds at (408) 843-4615 or email jami.reynolds@gilroyunified.org

with the following information  (where, what, when, contact information, directions, etc..) or the link for students to sign up.

Senior Class of 2018

 

  • All Students in the Senior class of 2018 must have 70 hours completed by January 15, 2018 in order to participate in spring semester extra-curricular activities (includes Prom).

  • Seniors must also have 80 hours completed by May 1, 2018 in order to participate in the Senior Trip and/or Graduation.  

  • Transfer students must complete 5 hours of community service per quarter enrolled as a GUSD high school student.

  • It is always an excellent idea to make a copy of your hours for your own records before you turn them in.

Junior Class of 2019

 

  • All Students in the Junior class of 2019 must have 50 hours completed by January 15, 2018 in order to participate in spring semester extra-curricular activities (including Prom). 

  • Transfer students must complete 5 hours of community service per quarter enrolled as a GUSD high school student.

Running Total

Class of 2019 622 Hours
Class of 2018 2,996 Hours
Class of 2017 6,069 Hours
Class of 2016 21,436 Hours
Class of 2015 23,877 Hours
Class of 2014 27,457 Hours

 Grand Total: 82,457 Hours

as of 3-11-16

Hall of Fame

Hours   Name    Class of

749 Heffington Kyle 2014

672 Francisca Urias 2015

667 Erica Perez 2015

598 Victoria Rodriguez 2015

580 Johnson Bianca 2014

414 Villarreal Nicholas 2014

384 Carissa Jackson 2015

304 Alvarez Marisa 2014

279 Katrina Carter 2015

242 Marissa Mayorga 2015

233 Elizabeth Corral Lustre 2015

233 BecerraCanales Blanca 2014

225 Garcia Michael 2014

223 Loo Zachary 2014

222 Ariana Ornelas 2015

212 Michael Lasquete 2015

207 Ashley Bonesio 2015

201 DeAngelo Kamber 2015

200 Gabriela Martinez 2015

200 Marquez Mendoza Maria 2014

195 Sinaih Martinez 2015

195 Olmos Victor 2014

191 Buford Jacklyn 2014

185 Elizabeth Ayala Arredondo 2015

185 Leticia Ochoa 2015

180 Victor Daza 2015

174 Kachakji Bryan 2014

171 Brenna Keeler 2015

171 Magana Andrea 2014

169 Barrera Maribel 2014

167 Jesus OchoaVargas 2015

166 Gutierrez Miguel 2014

164 Ortega Felicia 2014

163 Fox Paul 2014

163 Pipkin Courtney 2014

162 Ana Carrillo 2015

161 MariaGuadalupe Lopez 2015

161 Devin Nguyen 2015

160 Darius AlexanderJones 2015

 

Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department

Go to parkhere.org and follow the Volunteer Here link or call the Parks Volunteer Program Office at 408-355-2254 or email at volunteer@prk.sccgov.org