Elementary Service Clubs

Diamonds in the Rough and 330

Serving the MTCS Board of Directors

Students did a fantastic job showing appreciation to our board members for all they do for our school!!!

Reminders!!!


Thursday, March 24- Serve at the Veterans Dinner from 6:00-7:30pm in the Varsity Gym. Parents and 4th/6th graders are needed to serve. 5th graders will not be helping during the dinner but they can earn hours after the dinner by helping to clean up. Approximately 400 will be in attendance so we can use as much help as possible.

Students need to wear blacker khaki dress pants (or skirts) and a white dress shirt with service apron. Sign up sheet is outside Mrs. Webb's classroom.

* Adults are greatly needed at this event, if you can help!!!

Mark your calendars!!! We have a lot going on this semester!!! More information will be sent out the closer we get to each event.

Friday, April 8- Breakfast Club

Saturday, April 23- Run Cougar Run (earn an hour by participating in race or working water station) More info will be available closer to event

Wednesday, May 11- Worship Service at Westbrook Towers from 6:30-7:30pmYoung men are needed to lead prayer, read scripture and give a 2-5 min devotional thought. Young ladies are needed to sit with the residents and just talk with them.

Friday, May 13 Breakfast Club with picture slideshow

Monday, May 16th- Field Trip for those that have earned at least 15 hours. We will be eating lunch at Chilis and then touring Greenhouse Ministries and one other nonprofit.

Friday, May 20- Elementary Awards Day- Students with 15 or more hours will receive a certificate.

Please Note:

We are so blessed to have 72 active service club members this year!!! That means 72 students actively trying to get their 15 hours!!! That makes it impossible for us to provide enough service opportunities for everyone to get their hours just through service club. Therefore, students are going to need to find opportunities outside of service club activities to get some of their hours.

Ideas: check with nonprofits to see how you can get involved, volunteer at your church, nursing homes, pet establishments (some do have a minimum age), etc.

Club sponsors are happy to help out if you are struggling to find ways to serve or if you are not sure if something would count as hours.

Important Change

Due to the fact that we have 72 active members, it has become to difficult for Mrs. Webb to keep up with everyone's service hours. Therefore we have a new system in place. Everyone will be responsible for keeping up with his/her own hours and logging them into our service club notebook.

The notebook is located on the red table in her room. (We will also have it at each breakfast club.) Service hour forms are inside. See Mrs. Webb if you have any questions. Mrs. Webb does have everything recorded from last semester that was done with us or turned in. Therefore you just need to add what hours for this semester.

Unknown Club Dues Turned In

Cash was turned in for a student's club dues in an Omicron Kappa Nu envelope. Please let one of the sponsors know if you turned this in so we can mark down the correct person as paid. Thanks!

Don't Forget: Students must have 10 hours to receive their apron and 15 hours by the end of the school year to be recognized at Award's Day!!!