1. Food Drive Indirect and Advocacy Service
Update: News and pictures at http://casadystudentsagainsthunger.blogspot.com/
Saturday, Halloween at the Food Bank needs adult sponsor. Several students interested in volunteering, but Mrs. Clay will be unable to supervise.
2. New Items
a. Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Proposal: Advocacy Fundraiser, Philanthropy Service
Guest speaker Gina Miller
- help people who have or have had leukemia or lymphoma
- collect change for the cause
- Asking fro help to raise money
- Grade winner gets a Olive Garden pasta party
- If we raise money the school will get recognized by Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
- Idea: dress up days, 50 state challenge
- first step: check with the administration
c. November and December YAC Service
November: YLOKC Teens4Teens Clothing Drive,
December: ICS Hope for the Holidays Drive
b. January: MLK Day
- Food Bank Indirect Service - Advocacy
for Middle Division needs faculty volunteers Indirect service
- Rebuilding Together Direct service
Needs MLK Day YAC Team and chairs for every grade
3. YAC Members Agenda Items
4. Items in the PARKING LOT
a. Peace Team : Reflection and Evaluation of Peace Week- Mail items to PEACE ONE DAY
b. Service-Learning Office:
a. What is service learning
b. Changes in requirement
Class of 2019 :
Hours completed and certified by August 1, 2018.
Class of 2016: From Mr. Bottomly,
Service Learning hours are a graduation curriculum requirement that Casady reports on all transcripts to colleges in the application process.
If a Casady student has few hours (of the 45) reported on their transcript (at the time of college application submission), then the college may see that as a student who has not taken this requirement seriously. This will probably not negatively impact an admission decision, but it might.
If a student has not completed his or her service learning hours by graduation, then that senior's final transcript will be frozen by the college counseling office and not submitted until the hours are complete. A frozen transcript can be very bad for a matriculating student. He or she may not be able to be able to participate in freshman college orientation programs, and, therefore, not able to enroll in classes and move into their dorm room.