|Casady Presidential Service Award Winners 2016-2017Photo by Jane Derick|
YAC leadership preparations for the Award Breakfast and recognition ceremony
Isaiah (PSA 2016), MiAngila, Safra (PSA 2016), and Mariam (PSA 2016) rehearsed the recognition ceremony after Sahanya (PSA 2017), Anna (PSA 2016, PSA 2017), Hannah, and Mrs. Clay made decisions about breakfast set-up and menu.
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 7:30-7:50 am @ Chapel Transept
- YAC and service-learning welcome
- Picked up medals, certificates and have pictures taken by YAC and Miss Derrick
- Sage Breakfast treats at Chapel Transept: Scones, bagels, fresh fruit, granola, and yogurt. Orange juice and water
8:00-8:20 am @ Chapel
- Senior Speech: Inspirational Violin Performance by Gold Presidential Service Award Medalist, Symon Ma
-PSA Awardees Chapel Recognition @ Chapel
Presidential Award for Service Recognition Ceremony
Good morning, on behalf of the Casady YAC (Youth Active in the Community) it is our pleasure to facilitate the recognition ceremony of the 2016-2017 Casady President’s Volunteer Service Award winners.
Awardees received their gold, silver or bronze medals, letters of appreciation from the President of the United States, and a certificate issued by the collaborative effort of two partner volunteer advocacy agencies, the Corporation of National and Community Service and the Points of Light Foundation, at a breakfast YAC had in their honor at the Chapel transept.
We will now call award winners by grades, starting with the Class of 2020. Freshmen qualified for medals as teens (ages 15 years old or younger) with a minimum of 50 hours for the bronze medal. A minimum of 75 hours for the teens silver medal and a minimum of 100 hours for the teens gold medal.
Awardees from the Class of 2020 please stand when your name is called. Remain standing until all names have been called. Audience, please refrain from congratulatory applause until all names are called.
Bronze 50 hours
Silver 75 hours
Gold 100 Hours
John Jack Pitman
Help me congratulate the Class of 2020 Presidential Award winners with a round of applause. Freshmen, you may be seated
Presidential Award winners from the Class of 2019 qualified some as teens, but mostly as young adults, ages 16 and older. The young adults bronze medal requires a minimum of 100 hours, the silver medal requires a minimum of 175 hours, and the young adult gold medal requires a minimum of 250 hours in a personal one service year.
Awardees from the Class of 2019 please stand when your name is called. The bronze medalists from the Class of 2019 are:Sophomores *2016 Teens and 2017 Young Adults
Bronze 50* 100
Silver 75* 175
Gold 100* 250
Ellie Guzzy *
Evie Walters *
Help me congratulate the Class of 2019 Presidential Award winners with a round of applause. Sophomores, you may be seated
Young Adult Awardees from the Class of 2018 please stand when your name is called and remain standing until all names have been called. The young adult bronze medallists from the Class of 2018 are:Juniors Young Adults
Help me congratulate the Class of 2019 Presidential Award winners with a round of applause. Juniors, you may be seated.
Awardees from the Class of 2017 please stand when your name is called and remain standing until all names have been called.
The young adult bronze medallists from the Class of 2017 are
Seniors Young Adults
Help me congratulate the Class of 2017 Presidential Award winners with a round of applause. Seniors, you may be seated.
580 Presidential Awards and two lifetime servant leadership achievement awards to faculty have been delivered since 2004, year the service requirement for graduation was instituted at Casady School.
Congratulations Cyclones for going beyond the required hours pursuing the change you want to see in our communities.
This concludes our 2016-2017 Presidential Awards recognition ceremony. On behalf of the Casady Service Learning Program and the Casady Service Club, YAC (Youth Active in the Community), thank you very much for the opportunity to recognize and celebrate hours leadership in service to our Casady and greater Oklahoma City Community.
Advocacy for Project Based Education- Experiential Learning Opportunity at Norman Museum of Art
|Aprendiendo la historia del museo|
|Recibiendo instrucciones acerca de la "experiencia escolastica" en un museo local|
|Investigando intereses personales y en grupo|
|Foto del grupo enfrente de una escultura del colombiano Fernando Botero|
|En camino al restaurante para almorzar, sobre la escultura de un muchacho perezoso|
|En la mesa de los profes, estos estudiantes mantuvieron conversaciones en castellano por dos horas =)|