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Community Service

"Community Service Hours:

Each student will be required to complete 100 community service hours prior to graduating from Glenwood. Each student will be strongly encouraged to complete twenty-five (25) of the 100 hours during each school year (9-12). Of the 25 hours to be completed each year, 15 of the service hours must be completed from work opportunities outside of Glenwood School (60 hours total). The remaining 10 hours may be completed from work opportunities either inside or outside Glenwood. An approved list of community service work opportunities will be provided for each student. Community Service hours completed will be turned in to the Guidance Counselor who will record them on the Community Service form contained in each student’s file. Students entering Glenwood after their ninth grade year will have their hours pro-rated."
 
Community Service forms are available for download on this page (click on the link listed on right). Blank forms may also be picked up from the basket outside of the upper school guidance office.
 
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
 
COACH STRENGTH IS CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS TO WORK AS LINE JUDGES FOR THE UPCOMING JV AND VARSITY VOLLEYBALL SEASON.  SHE WILL NEED AT LEAST TWO FOR EACH JV AND VARSITY HOME MATCHES.  IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SIGNING UP, CHECK THE SCHEDULE AND SIGN-UP SHEET IN THE FRONT OF MRS. TILLMAN'S OFFICE ON THE BACK HALL.  INTERESTED STUDENTS CAN VOLUNTEER FOR ONE MATCH OR SEVERAL MATCHES.  VOLUNTEER SPOTS WILL BE FILLED ON A FIRST-COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS.
 
UNITED WAY OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE VALLEY IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2016-2017 UNITED WAY YOUTH COUNCIL.  AS A MEMBER OF THE UNITED WAY YOUTH COUNCIL, STUDENTS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO:  EDUCATE MEMBERS AND OTHER STUDENTS ABOUT CRITICAL COMMUNITY ISSUES IN BASIC NEEDS, INCOME, HEALTH AND EDUCATION; VOLUNTEER TO SERVE, AND RECRUIT PEERS TO SERVE, IN MEANINGFUL WAYS TO CREATE LASTING CHANGE; AND PROMOTE FUNDRAISING EFFORTS TO SUPPORT AGENCIES IN THE COMMUNITY THAT WORK TO ADDRESS CRITICAL ISSUES FACING THE COMMUNITY.  GLENWOOD WILL BE NOMINATING ONE SENIOR AND ONE JUNIOR FOR THIS YEAR'S COUNCIL.  THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO NETWORK IN THE COMMUNITY AND BUILD YOUR STUDENT RESUME.  ANY SENIOR OR JUNIOR INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THE COUNCIL SHOULD PICK-UP AN APPLICATION FROM MRS. TILLMAN ON THE BACK HALL.  THE DEADLINE TO APPLY IS AUGUST 19TH.