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Students must earn forty (40) hours of Community Service as one of their graduation requirements. Students may begin to earn these hours once they complete their eight (8th) grade year. The hours may be earned all at one time, or in any manner that meets the student’s schedule, during his/her high school years, but must be completed prior to the student’s participation in a commencement ceremony and the granting of a diploma.
Community Service is any service that is done for non-profit agencies and organizations and/or religious organizations. School service is also included. For activities that occur over more than one day, a maximum of 10 hours/day is allowed for the 40 hours of community service required for graduation. All students will record their community service hours in x2vol, which is housed in the Naviance Program.
This year we will begin tracking Community Service hours in Naviance. No more need to get signatures on paper forms! The new program is called “Time to Volunteer” (x2VOL), and a link is on the Naviance Home page.
With this system, you will be able to:
- Log your hours
- Search for community service opportunities
- Print a log of completed community service
To Get Started:
Step 1. You will need to link your Naviance account with the x2VOL system.
Step 2. Once the linking is completed, you will be able to add in any hours of community service you complete. Each time you volunteer for a project you will need the name and email address of your supervisor. They will get an email to confirm the hours you worked.
- The X2Vol Linking Instructions, please click on links below for step by step support.
- The instructions for logging in to the system, adding hours, and navigating through the website. x2VOL NAV Student Login (002).pdf
If you need help logging into Naviance, please come to the counseling center and ask Mrs. Aldridge for assistance before school or during lunch.
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Applications deadline: March 12, 2018
Application form and details: OSPREY Camp_MentorApplication_2018
2017 City of Bellevue Volunteer Resource Guide
Where to care – A Comprehensive Resource of Information for Teens about Volunteering