Service Learning Hours                      

All students at Skyline are encouraged to participate in this optional PTSA program to build up their volunteer hours, with Freshmen eligible to start earning volunteer hours after 8th grade promotion. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors should continue to volunteer and record their hours, submitting those hours on Skyline's Student Record of Community Service form once the form is complete. In order to earn the service learning cord at graduation, students must submit records of having volunteered at least 100 hours over the course of their four years of high school.

Our next in-person collection dates are coming up on March 7th (Thursday) and April 5th (Friday) in the SHS commons area (by the main doors) during both A and B lunches. Outside of this time, students are welcome to leave completed forms in the PTSA drawer in the College & Career Center, which will be collected occasionally between in-person pickups. Students are advised to keep copies of all forms submitted as backup.  Seniors - be sure to turn in your completed forms before end of March in order to receive service cords. 

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PTSA Service Learning Program
What are Community Service Hours?
Community Volunteer Service Hours are hours spent performing services without pay or other compensation (except recognition and appreciation) for the good of an individual, agency, the community or society. 
Learn more:
Click here for our Community Services Guidelines.
Click here for the Student Record of Community Service form. 
Click here for resources on volunteering from Skyline's College and Career Center.