1. Beach Outreach 2012-2013 Opening of Schools DiscussionRoom 507, Facilitator: Beach Outreach Committee16 August 2012AGENDA- Schedule of Beach Outreach Sessions- Beach Outreach Motto, Purpose and Mission: ICU -Intensify Care Unite -- School Board Policy on Community Service- Community Service Reporting Procedures Within Our School- One Eleventh Grade Beach Outreach Class Report on Community ServiceThese are the dates* and themes of Beach Outreach Sessions during the 2012-2013 School Year:1) Friday, 24 August 2012 “Setting Out: Orientation to 2012-2013 Beach Outreach”2) Wednesday, 12 September 2012 “Check the Map: Set a Course for College”3) Thursday, 27 September 2012 “On the Road: A Post-Secondary Success Tour”4) Wednesday, 10 October 2012 “Disarming Haters: Living a Life of Tolerance”5) Wednesday, 24 October 2012 “Youth Truth: What? So What? Now what?6) Wednesday, 14 November 2012 “A Community in Action: Service Along the Way”7) Wednesday, 28 November 2012 “Documenting the Trip: Resume Webinar”8) Wednesday, 12 December 2012 “Building Real World Cred’: Service and your Resume”9) Wednesday, 9 January 2013 “Fueling the Tank: How to Compete for a Job”10) Wednesday, 23 January 2013 “That’ll Leave a Mark”11) Wednesday, 13 February 2013 “Grade Level College Prep”12) Friday, 1 March 2013 “That was Then: What are we Going to do Tomorrow?”13) Wednesday, 13 March 2013 "You Can Pay for College: You Just Got to do Stuff"14) Wednesday, 10 April 2013 TBA15) Wednesday, 24 April 2013 TBA *the Committee tried to divide the Beach Outreach sessions evenly between A and B days. M-DCPS and FL. STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT (From American Senior High Homepage, via-,) For students in the 24 credit option, the completion of a community service project is an additional graduation requirement regardless of their date of entry into 9th grade. Students in either one of the 18 credit options are not required to complete a community service project. However, one of the requirements for the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program’s Academic Scholars Award is 75 hours of community service. To complete the community service graduation requirement for Miami-Dade County Public Schools, each student must complete an authorized community service project. The project can be completed at any time between grades nine and twelve. However, students are strongly encouraged to complete the project prior to their senior year. No set number of service hours is required for the project unless the student is working toward the Florida Academic Scholars Award, Superintendent’s Diploma of Distinction, or the silver tassel. A minimum of 75 hours of service is required for the Florida Academic Scholars Award and the Superintendent’s Diploma of Distinction. A minimum of 100 hours of community service is required to receive a silver tassel. A letter from the project supervisor on company letterhead verifying the hours is also required. Community service projects should be well-planned, organized, voluntary efforts designed to address real problems or needs in the community. In addition, it should reflect personal interests and skills and include an on-going commitment on the part of the student. Projects can be conducted at school sites or be community-based, and may be completed in anindividual or group manner. To receive credit, all students must submit a Project Proposal for authorization, and follow up with an Activity Log for verification of service. Finally, students are required to complete the Project Summary Report with an essay describing the project. All documents are to be submitted for review and approval to authorized school personnel. If community hours are completed outside of school, a letter must be submitted verifying the community service attached to the Project Summary Report (if a student is working towards one or more of the three distinctions previously described requiring 75 hours or more of community service). In lieu of independent projects as described above, students may elect to meet the community service requirement by completing course requirements for Voluntary /School/Community Service (210433001 0.5 credit; social studies elective) or Voluntary Public Service (050037001 0.5 credit), if available. For further information about the guidelines, see the student’s assigned school counselor.
2. Acting on the objective of helping our kids begin to build their college and scholarshipapplications, complete graduation requirements, build their resumes and complete meaningfulcommunity service, this was our Committees proposed activity for last years last BeachOutreach.Beach Outreach Agenda May 25, 2012Objectives:- Generate ideas for potential Beach Outreach Service Projects in 2012-2013.- Promote the value of community service in building competitive resumes and collegeapplications- Create a master list of volunteer service projects completed by service(s)Activity: Poll students about community service projects in which they have been involved. Askstudents to write one or two sentence explanations summarizing the service project(s), includingthe dates the student was involved in the service project)s) and the name of the sponsor of theproject.Here is what the students in Mr. Reeses eleventh grade, mostly honors level Beach Outreach said in response to theabove Activity. I asked them what was the project, who was the project sponsor, and what organization orcommunity effort did it support. We just made a list on the board and I transcribed it here. 1) Boat Show / ROTC / Hunter 2) Food Service at a Dolphins Game / ROTC / Hunter 3) ING Marathon, Water Distribution, Course Set-up / ROTC / Hunter 4) Saint Vincent Depaul, Made Grocery Bags to dist. to the homeless/ Ms. Quintana 5) Beach Cleanup / BEach High Marine Science Dept. / Ms. Diaz 6) Special Olympics, helped the competitors, 21st Street Rec. Center 7) Car Show, sold food / ROTC / Hunter 8) Zimmerman Bike Race, Homestead Air Force Base / Welp