Community Service Due Date: April 13, 2018 (2017-2018 School Year)
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING:
Community Service at Citrus Hill High School is 40 clock hours of volunteer work.
Students may not work for family member, for money, or for credit
Community Service must be completed for a non-profit organization OR at school
Any community service work done at school must be completed before or after school hours
It can be for more than one organization
The adult overseeing the service must sign off the community service form
Students are recommended to complete 10 hours per school year, totaling 40 by graduation
Please make sure to submit your hours to Mrs. Holst in the counseling office no later than 2 months from the start of the first day of services, otherwise, they will not be accepted.
Colleges often look for students who have been involved in consistent long-term service with one organization. The signature below indicates that you have read and understand the purpose and guidelines of the Community Service requirement.
As a district, our student's college and career readiness is more important now than ever before. It is imperative that our students have the knowledge and tools to navigate their way through many career paths and college choices that are available to them as they transition into young adults. There is not one single path that suits every student. We want to ensure that every student has a plan for success upon completion of high school. This means we will continually engage students in activities that expose them to the tools and resources available that support planning for their future. One aspect of this planning is completing the Free Application for Free Student Aid, also known as the FAFSA. The potential benefits for completing this process could assist in your student receiving free money for furthering their education.
You will also need to file the FAFSA if you plan to apply to any of the following:
Federal Pell Grant
CA Board of Governors Waiver (BOG Waiver)
Middle Class School (Family income ceiling 150K)
GI Bill/Military Service Grants
Foster Youth CHAFEE Grant
Child Development Grant
Any school or program that receives federal funds will require FAFSA submission for the student to qualify for funding.
FSA ID https://fsaid.ed.gov - Student social security number - Date of birth - Mailing address - Phone number - Email address
FAFSA https://fafsa.ed.gov - Social security number for Student and Parents - Parent/Student 2016 Tax returns - Bank statements, mortgage info & business ventures - List of colleges you’re applying for - Parents date of birth, marriage, separation or divorce* - Driver’s License/Green Card* *If applicable
CA Dream Act https://dream.csac.ca.gov - Alien Registration Number - Individual Taxpayer ID Number* - W-2 forms and other 2016 records of income * - 2016 income tax return(s)* - Records of child support paid* - Current bank statements* - Current stock, bond, and other investment records* - Current business and farm records* *If applicable