Monday, March 23, 2015

March 24 meeting

Agenda
Thank you to Zac for the delicious snacks.  Kira will bring snacks next week 3/31
Minutes by Johnny and Mrs. Clay

Executive Board Items
a. Walk-A-Thon  Sign-up to volunteer at YAC booth.  Bring supplies to decorate placemats for children at children's hospital.  Using popsicle sticks...each club will use laps to participate in activity they have open.  Buy t-shirt for $10 0r get one free with a $100 pledge


 An e-mail from Mrs. Clay to the Executive Team:  The kids from other divisions will be walking during their PE classes.  I will be on duty until you all can get there.  Your sign-up should have shifts from after lunch to 5:00.  Hope all of you will support the walk too.  The closing ceremony is at 3:30.  I will be leaving campus to head to the airport at 3:00.  Please make sure all supplies return to my office . 

Sidney and Jessica are making the sign-up sheet.  By vote, YAC decided to decorate placemats for Children Hospital.  I received guidelines of what can be in the placemats.  I will have copies for the table. 
Sidney, could you buy a couple of boxes of placemats like you did last year and bring your receipt to reimburse you.

S-L will give  NVW t-shirts from the Points of Light Foundation with the Casady Logo away for National Volunteer Week by luck (a sticker under the table on the place the volunteer stood to decorate the placemat). 

 I will tell the kids to make bookmarks during National Volunteer Week and come to the Food Bank on April 18. We can give the left over t-shirt away then.  For the high school, the t-shirts can fit small and medium sizes.  We will encourage HS to ADVOCATE, CELEBRATE AND DO SERVICE by doing acts of kindness, compassion and service and making bookmarks during the week.  See attached revised flyer.

b. Self-Defense Clinic:  No updates
c. Tennis Clinic for Boys and Girls Club Dylan is working on donations, dates and will update in April

YAC members Items
a. Skype with

Mackenzie McClung

Her skype address is macie.mcclung and I cannot wait to discuss this initiative with your group. 

She spoke about her project with computer literacy but the connection was poor.  We had a phone call instead of skype.  We requested her to send information via e-mail

b. Britton Bronco Boom sign-up, March 28, 8:30-12:00 Maryan and Mrs Clay attending
c. Help build handicapped trails at Martin Nature Park  No one sign-up

Service-Learning Office items
a. National Volunteer Week Schedule
Advocacy to serve during the week.  Boys and Girls Club, Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity and possibly OK Kids Korral service opportunities during the weekend.  T-shirt from Points of Light Foundation for volunteers.  t-shirt day of a place you volunteer one day that week being negotiated with coach T.  Bookmark project, thumbprints at Student Center

       INSPIRE, RECOGNIZE, ENCOURAGE VOLUNTEER ACTION
TAKE THE BOOKMARK CHALLENGE
MAKE a bookmark.  GIVE LITERACY A BOOST
Rebuilding Literacy project will donate $1 per bookmark, up to $300,000

Sunday, April 12:           
Advocate service. Do a volunteer action at home .  Make a bookmark!
Monday, April 13     
Do a kind act at advisories.  Place your thumbprint in sign @ Student Center
Tuesday, April 14      
Wear a volunteer t-shirt. Celebrate with YAC @ Wing during B-BLOCK.
Wednesday: April 15     
Advocate service in your classes. Make a bookmark at the Wing
Thursday, April 16
Advocate service during sports and PE.  Make a bookmark at the Wing
Friday, April 17  GYSD  Advocating Quality Education for All
Bookmarks to boost literacy at Boys and Girls Club 4:00-6:00 PM
Saturday, April 18  GYSD Fighting Hunger and Housing Inequities 
Volunteers at the Food Bank (15 or under).  Mrs. Clay on site
15 Volunteers at Habitat for Humanity (16 or older)  No Casady supervision
Sunday, April 19  GYSD Advocating Healthy Futures
Volunteer with family and friends.  Make bookmarks.. 

Tuesday, April 21:  President Volunteer Service Awards @ Chapel. Reception during b-block at Wing

b. PVSA;  Tuesday April 21
-Congratulations to PVSA winners
-Aubrey and Dylan facilitator of delivery of PVSA
-Tara and Sara possible facilitator of cookies and punch celebration at the Wing. and delivery of medals
-Flowers borrowed from Cum Laude      

PRESIDENT VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD
CHAPEL DELIVERY: TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 2015 RECEPTION  @ THE WING
CHAPEL SPEAKER: MR. GENE RAINBOLT, SERVICE-LEARNING PROGRAM BENEFACTOR, BANC FIRST FOUNDER

                              CONGRATULATIONS AWARD WINNERS


Name
Age Group
# of hours
Award
Year
1. Abigail Utz 
Teen
1,172-229

Gold

2013-2014
2. Ananya Bhaktaram
Young Adult
360.50

Gold


2014-2015
3. Ann Joullian
Young Adult
144-193

Silver

2013-2014
2014-2015
4. Aubrey Hermen
Young Adult
489.00

Gold

2014-2015
2013-2014
5. Camillo Haller
Young Adult
104

Bronze

2013-2014
6. Carl Albert
Young Adult
115.50
Bronze
2014-2015
7. Caroline Moock
Teen
190

Gold

2014-2015
8. Caroline Silver
Teen
54

Bronze

2014-2015
9. Casey Dennyx
Young Adult
393-190
Silver
2014-2013
2014-2015
10, Catherine Zesiger
Young Adult
100.5
Bronze
2014-2015

11. Chloe Richards
Teen
104

Gold

2014-2015
12.  Chris Foster
Young Adult
212.00

Silver

2013-2014
13. Claire Darrow
Young Adult
165.00
Bronze
2014-2015
14. Dylan Dobson
Young Adult
181.50

Silver

2014-2015
15. Emory Hood
Young Adult
148.50
Bronze
2014-2015
16. Grace Griffin
Young Adult
180.00
Bronze
2013-2014
100h only
17. Grace Patton
Young Adult
107

Bronze

2014-2015
19. Grace Pitmanx
Young Adult
100
Bronze
2013-2014
20. Jessica Greene
Young Adult
658

Silver

2012-
2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
21. John Lindstrom
Young Adult
118

Bronze

2014-2015
22. Jonathan Lee
Young Adult
255.5
Silver
2014-2015
23. Justin Schneider
Teen
58

Bronze

2014-2015
24. Kaitlyn Barthell
Young Adult
72-180

Silver

2013- 2014
2014-2015
25. Kate Ellis
Young Adult
144-190

Silver

2013-2014
2014-2015
26. Mallory Woodruff
Teen
341

Gold

2014-2015
27. Maren Cottrell
Young Adult
327.30

Bronze

2013-2014
2014-2015
28.  Mariam Shakir
Teen
79.5

Silver

2014-2015
29. Megan Trachtenberg
Young Adult
51 + 217

Silver

2013-2014
2014-2015
30. Michael Andrew Johnson
Young Adult
373
Bronze
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
31. Miranda Tortorici
Young Adult
100
Bronze
2014-2015
32. Natalie Hugos
Teen
50.5
Bronze
2014-2015
33. Neeley Russell
Young Adult
134.5
 Bronze
2014-2015
34. Nurmeen Jawaid
Young Adult
111
       Bronze
2014-2015
35. Olivia Sprankle
Teen
150

 Gold

2014-2015
36. Pierce Sapper
Young Adult
118
 Bronze
2014-2015
37. Rachel King
Young Adult
105
Bronze
2013-2014
38.  Rumaish Khastgir
Kid
75
 2Bronze
2014-2015
39. Safra Shakir
Teen
75.5
Silver
2014-2015
40. Sarah Covington
Young Adult
228
 Bronze
2012-2013
2014-2015
41. Shaan Patel
Young Adult
381
 Silver
2013-2014
2014-2015
42. Sharun Philip
Teen
56.50
Bronze
2014-2015
43. Sidney Jones
Young Adult
235
 Bronze
2013-2014
2014-2015
44. Sindi Peza
Young Adult
253
 Gold
2013-2014
45. Sydney Gibson
Young Adult
180
Silver
2014-2015
46. Taylor Burrow
Young Adult
944
Gold
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
47. Turner Waddell
Young Adult
145.50
Bronze
2014-2015
48. Yijing Zhang
Young Adult
204
 Silver
2014-2015