Monday, April 16, 2018

04/16/2018

Agenda

1. National Volunteer Week
Thank you to Ali and Sharun for helping purchase goodies and making decisions for NVW.

The hands that make a difference
are the hands of a volunteer

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-Monday.
Celebrate
Treats for volunteers in history classes and with division directors

Tuesday
-Take Action
Activities: Make Care bags for YWCA during activities https://www.kintera.org/site/apps/nlnet/content2.aspx?c=7oJELRPuFgJYG&b=8087267&ct=12260793&notoc=1

Hot Summer Months  Needs: 
Sun Screen
Chapsticks

Babies
diapers
pull ups
wipes

Thursday
-Reflect on Volunteering
At personal times: Harper: Why I volunteer.  Leave thoughts on the Leaving Giving Tree

 Friday
-Recognize
Chapel: Presidential Awards Recognition Medals will arrive next week. 
PSA Celebration, Activities, Harper: UD Ice Cream Social.
Double: Pursuit of Happiness at the Transept
5:30-6:30 Global Youth Service Day @ Boys and Girls Club: Facing Difference Challenge

2. Strategic Planning-Senior Send-Off

3. The Earth Day Compassion Games  Play it this week Sunday, April 22 is Earth Day
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PSA Awards Recognition Speech   - 

Katherine:
Good Morning.  My name is  Katherine.  My name is Sahanya, and my name is Ellie.  We are the YAC Co-Presidents for the school year 2018-2019. 
It is our pleasure to facilitate the recognition of the 2017-2018 Presidential Service Award Winners.  

Speaker 1:
The President's Volunteer Service Award is an initiative of the Corporation for National and Community Service and is administered by the Points of Light Foundation. 
Speaker 2:
Through a shared mission of inspiring more to answer the call to service, the President's Volunteer Service Award celebrates the impact we can all make in bettering our communities and our world.
Speaker 3: Presidential recognition sets you apart from your peers. It is a tremendous honor. Even though you may not seek recognition, your example can deliver a powerful message that encourages others to take action.  
Speaker 1:
Hours are measured over a 12-month period and/or cumulative hours over the years with the goal of volunteering 4,000 hours over a lifetime. 
Speaker 2:
The awards are offered in several categories " kids, teens, young adults, adults, and lifetime."    
Speaker 3:
Each category includes bronze, silver, gold and the highest honor, the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for those who contribute more than 4,000 hours of service in their lifetime.
Speaker 1:
Awardees receive a medal, a certificate, and a letter from the President of the United States.
Speaker 2: We will now call awardees' names by grade mentioning the medal they will be receiving at an ice cream social in their honor at Harper during Activities today.   
Speaker 3: Awardees, please stand when your name is called and remain standing until all names are called.  Please refrain from applauding until all names are called

Speaker 1
Seniors: Will Bennett (Bonze), Quinn Bunnag (Bronze),Jackson Davis (Bronze), Nika Gorski (bronze), Grace Hall (Bronze), Adam Hughes (Bronze), Hannah Jordan (Silver), Alec Karam(Bronze), Jillian Kim (Bronze), Aurian Kutner(Bronze), Margaret Naifeh (Bronze), Sharun Philip (Silver), Aiden Raikar (Bronze), Tara Ramakrishnan (Silver) , Caleb Richards (Gold), Justin Schneider (Silver), Michael Ting (Bronze), Milley Vansant(Bronze)

Speaker 2
Juniors  Isabel Alberola (Bronze), Jack Barrett (Bronze), Kaili Nguyen (Bronze), Caroline Hawley (Bronze), Courtney Melton (Bronze)Katherine Schoeffler (Gold), Mason Thomas (Bronze), Brandon Trachtenberg (Gold), Katherine Williams (Bronze)
Sophomores: Lucas Barrett (Bronze), Ahmed Hussan (Gold), Cooper Lindstrom (Bronze), Saadia Nazir(Gold), Malavika Rajaram (Bronze), Lukas Schneider (Silver) Ellie Taylor (Silver), Caroline Terrell (Bronze), Celine Voung (Silver), Doran Walters (Gold), Ford Watkins (Bronze), Noah Youmans (Gold)

Speaker 3
Freshmen: Charlee Enderby (Bronze), Sophia Dystra (Silver), Gabriella Karam(Gold), Isabella Moore (Bronze), Isabela Pardo (Bronze), Ava Rangel (Silver), Neeley Patel(Gold), Grace Utz (Bronze)

Speaker 1:
Congratulations Presidential Award Winners 2018-2019. (Applause)
Please stay after chapel for a group picture.

Speaker 2:
YAC invites everyone to Celebrate the end of National Volunteer Week and our Presidential Award Winners at an ice cream social at Harper during Activities.

Speaker 3:
This concludes our Presidential Awards Ceremony.  Thank you for all the good you do for our Oklahoma City and the world community in need.
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