Winter Springs High School - 2010 Jefferson Awards Students In Action Presentation
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Students In Action is a national youth volunteer leadership, recognition and reward program, designed to pass the tradition of service on to the next generation. ...

Students In Action is a national youth volunteer leadership, recognition and reward program, designed to pass the tradition of service on to the next generation.

Co-developed by Jefferson Awards for Public Service and Deloitte, it is now in over 250 High Schools.

Each spring, Student Leaders from the participating schools compete in regional competitions. They are asked to report on the implementation of the program, and the impact they've had, both in their schools and within their communities.

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Winter Springs High School - 2010 Jefferson Awards Students In Action Presentation Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Winter Springs High School Jefferson Awards Students In Action Where We Have Been & Where We Are Heading March 31, 2010
  • 2. SLIDE #1: ENGAGED SCHOOL COMMUNITY
    • Is Principal committed and actively messaging about SIA?
      • Yes, our principal has sent out an e-mail to all parents through our list serve. He informed them about SIA and attached a nomination form.
    • Is Faculty Coordinator engaged and supporting the students in accomplishing the objectives and goals?
      • Yes, our Faculty Coordinator has sent e-mails to teachers, given nomination forms to all first period teachers, and put an article in our school newspaper.
  • 3.
    • Do you involve the whole school in the program and build awareness and excitement? If so, describe how.
      • Yes, we have involved the entire school by putting announcements on our school news, posting information on our school marquee, and we informed everyone that winners would be recognized in our award ceremony.
    • Describe what system you have used to track your volunteer hours.
      • We talked with guidance counselors, they keep track of volunteer hours for our students.
  • 4.  
  • 5. SLIDE #2: EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP TEAM
    • Describe your leadership team: the number, their roles and responsibilities.
      • There are two people on our committee, Tiffany Ward and Kenna Wick. We hold all responsibilities.
    • Describe your succession plan for next year. Has this plan functioned in the past?
      • Next year we are planning on setting up a table at open house to get the word out earlier.
    • Did your Student Leader Team attend the Fall Leadership Conference?
    • Kenna attended, Tiffany was not able to this year.
  • 6. SLIDE # 3: HELP DESK FOR HELP:EXPAND VOLUNTEER CAPACITY
    • Describe the process of how you recognized your service stars.
    • We surprised them in their sixth period class with the certificate, pin, and gift card. We also took their picture in front of the whole class!
    • Did you recognize a winner a month? Name all your winners.
    • We recognized one person each nine weeks. Our winners were Matthew Gerken, Samantha Griffith, and William Tolle. We are in the process of selecting a winner for fourth quarter.
  • 7. Matthew Gerken William Tolle
  • 8.
    • Did you assist any volunteer groups in the school to help improve their results?
    • Yes, we assisted National Honor Society with Families in Transition, we participated in Toys for Tots with Beta Club, and we held a car wash and had can food drives for the HOPE foundation.
  • 9. SLIDE # 4: EXPANDS FINANCIAL CAPACITY FOR VOLUNTEERS
    • Describe any SIA fundraisers you did during the school year.
    • We did not have any fundraisers this year for SIA because we had enough money in our account. We used funds from our SGA account to purchase the gift cards and balloons.
  • 10. SLIDE 5: TELL STORIES IN THE COMMUNITY
    • Describe how you effectively told the stories of your winners to inspire others.
    • We wrote a summary about each winner and had the anchors on our school news read these stories. This provided even more awareness throughout our entire school about the accomplishments of these outstanding winners.
  • 11. SLIDE #6: GROWTH AND EXPANSION OF SIA
    • Describe the process of how you made other schools aware and how you broadly promoted SIA.
    • As the program grows in our school and we gain more knowledge about it we hope to be able to assist schools next year.
  • 12. SLIDE #7: INNOVATES
    • Describe any improvements you have made from last year.
      • Changes from last year included the print outs of nomination forms being passed out during first period to all students and our principal sending an e-mail to all parents through our list serve.