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Transcript of CJSF
Tutors for Mandatorial
Working with Special Education students
Costs of buses are around $600
Chaperones will be needed - any volunteers for parents?
Ideas on things to do
Essentially 2 As and 2 Bs
Honor members must have applied every semester of 7th & 8th grade
Ideas of things to do
When we will meet
Referrals can affect membership
Taking ownership of our school
How Do or can we Show:
Must have applied for every semester of 7th and 8th grade
ALL students who qualify will receive the official CJSF gold pin and an additional certificate.
Students will also be able to join CSF at the High School in their first semester of 9th grade.
Founded in 1967, CJSF fosters high standards of scholarship, service and citizenship in the middle school grades. Like CSF, CJSF emphasizes service to the school and the community while fostering pride in scholastic achievement.
CJSF Membership is based on scholarship and is gained after qualifying grades are earned each semester. In order to become a member, the student must submit an application each semester the student is eligible. A point system specified in the CJSF State By-Laws establishes the membership requirements.
Due are voluntary $10
Last year membership dues - $388
Where does this money go?
CJSF Statewide membership $35/year
Honor Pins and Certificates - $412
Last Year's fundraisers:
Golfland - $271
T-shirts - $563
Field trip to Berkeley - $416
Current Budget: $900 carry-over from last year
- $35 for State CJSF dues
-$350 for recognitions
Therefore we need to do fundraisers for any field trips
Costs for buses:
1. Stanford $541.00
2. University of San Francisco $541.00
3. St. Mary’s $516.00
4. Holy Names $446.00
Active members attend meetings
Active members do community service - 10 hours a year
Active membership is VOLUNTARY
Benefits of Active membership:
Priority for field trips
Service and citizenship are opportunities to get involved, build a resume, and increase potential for future scholarships and college admissions
What CJSF is NOT:
A guaranteed scholarship
A guarantee into college
CJSF can only give you opportunities to increase those potentials in your future.
: Runs all meetings and manages all the officers to be sure they are fulfilling their duties
: Fills in for President when they are not available; supports the President in following up on other officers
: Takes attendance and notes for all meetings; provides notes to Ms. Doan; helps with other paperwork required for the club
: Keeps track of the funds, collects dues and keeps track of them; reports on the budget at meetings
: Helps get the word out about meetings and other information that needs to be distributed
Service Logs are available in the Counseling Office
Also, I usually recognize the two students with the most Service Hours at the Awards Ceremony