COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
McKee Elementary School Carnival - Friday, April 29th from 3:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Students are needed to assist with carnival games and activities. To sign up email Lynette Crump at McKee Elementary at LACrump@egusd.net. Please provide your name, student ID #, email address and contact #.
Sacramento Zoo Camp Counselor Volunteer Program - Summer 2016 - Camp Counselors have many unique experiences at the Sacramento Zoo. Students will work directly with camp teachers to prepare and teach classes for campers, lead songs and games, guide campers through he Zoo on scavenger hunts, assist in the Family Overnight Safaris, and much more. Apply by April 24th at: www.saczoo.org/zooteens.
SACRAMENTO CHILDREN'S HOME SPRING FUNDRAISER - Sunday, May 1st, 4:00-7:00/8:00 at Jardin Rue Estate, 4475 Garden Hwy, Sacto. Volunteers are needed for take down/clean up after the event ends. Interested students should contact Wendy Beseda at 916-290-8199 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arnold Adreani Elementary Carnival - Friday, May 13th from 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. You can sign up for 1, 2, 3 or 4 hour shifts. Questions, call Sabrina Reiser @ 916-591-0892 or email@example.com. The link to sign up is:
Access code is "wildhawks".
Where do I direct my Community Service questions?
To apply for community service click on the link above.
The approval of community service hours is handled through PGHS administration. Click on the above link to apply for approval of your hours. Please see the information on this page for the community service definition and examples of activities that count and do not count for community service. If you still have questions about activities that count for community service, please contact Mrs. Keplinger or Dr. van Brenk in the VP's office.
What is the process of submitting my completed hours?
Once you have completed your hours for a given activity, please submit your completed prior approval form to your Advocacy teacher, keeping a copy for your records.
Community Service Due Dates 2015-2016 School Year
Community Service Hour Due Dates:
9-11th grades: May 5, 2016
12th grade: March 3, 2016
Remember, hours will not be accepted after the due date.
Community Service Hour Information
Community Service Definition
Community Service Definition:
Community Service is a non-remunerated activity (student cannot receive payment, credit, reward or other compensation for services
rendered) whereby a student provides a needed service that directly benefits our community through a professional non-profit organization.
Community Service must take place during non-instructional hours.
*Hours completed for a family member do not count for community service.
Community Service Requirement
Completion of community service hours is not a requirement of the High School Portfolio or graduation; however, it is worth ten points towards your final High School Portfolio grade. Also, students who meet the community service requirement for their 9th/10th, 11th, and 12th grade will be recognized with a community service honor cord to be worn at graduation. Students who do not attend PGHS for at least three years, are not eligible to earn a honor cord, unless they provide proof of their completion of at least 55 hours of community service completed at their prior school AND meets the PGHS definition.
Students must receive prior approval for their activity before completing it to ensure that it meets the established community service criteria. Click here to submit your prior approval form. You should receive a response within 7 days. If you do not receive a response or have questions about community service, please make an appointment with Mrs. Keplinger or Dr. van Brenk, who are located in the VP Office.
Additionally, if you meet all of your Community Service Requirements, you will receive 10 points (full credit) on the 100 point Senior Portfolio grade. If you complete 2 of the 3 years, you will receive 6 points, and if you only complete 1 of the 3 years, you will still earn 3 out of 10 points on your final Portfolio grade.
TNT Fireworks is hiring summer work crews for putting up firework stands
- 18 years of age or older
- Must provide own transportation
- Work from June 1st –July 15th 8:00-4:00
- $10.00 per hour
For questions and if you are interested please see Mr. Hirsch in Student Services. Sign-up sheet will be outside his door in his in box on wall.
Redwood Adventure Camp is hiring summer staff and camp counselors. This seasonal job runs from June 27 – July 21. Pre-service training includes lifeguarding, first aid, CPR and AED certification which can be used for other jobs as well. Go to www.redwoodadventure.org and click on the Employment tab or contact Michelle Campbell from Albiani Middle School at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: if desired you may be able to do this job for community service hours.
CHICK-FIL-A is hiring. Walk-in/Open interviews on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 2-4 p.m., 8430 Bond Road, Elk Grove, 916-714-0744. Stop by ahead of time and pick up an application then return to the open interviews with your application filled out and your updated resume in hand. Questions, contact Gracie Breipohl, 916-714-0744.
SOUTHGATE RECREATION & PARK DISTRICT - Part time positions available for cashier, lifeguard, swim instructor, rec leader, and cart attendant. Go to www.southgaterecandpark.net for application and more info.
Community Service Requirement by Grade Level
||Minimum Hour Requirement
|9th & 10th grade
||10 hours cumulative
||May 5, 2016
||May 5, 2016
||March 3, 2016
*Students must complete a total of 55 hours AND meet the hour requirement each year to be eligible for an honor cord to be worn during the graduation ceremony.
**A student must be enrolled at PGHS for their 9th or 10th, 11th, and 12th grade years to be eligible for a honor cord to be worn during the graduation ceremony.
Remember, hours completed over the summer count towards your total for the next school year...
*Incoming 9th graders can complete community service hours during the summer prior to their freshman year as long as you receive prior approval through the online process.
Looking for ways to earn Community Service Hours?
If you are interested in joining a club on campus focused on serving the community, contact:
Mrs. Lokka, Student Services, Interact Club Adviser
Mr. McCrystle, Ms. Shoop and Mrs. Walker, English teachers, Key Club Advisors