Service Recognition Program
The Service Recognition Program at Mukwonago High School is designed to recognize those students who have given outstanding service to their school and community during their high school years. Those who accumulate 200 or more hours of service during this time are awarded the white service cord at a program during their senior year and are worn at the graduation ceremony. Students who volunteer 50 or more hours in one year are recognized with an award certificate.
Service volunteer activities cannot be for credit, are done without payment, and are completed under the direction of non-profit organizations. A maximum of 25 hours of school-related service can be counted each year. Students may start counting hours beginning with their summer before their freshman year of high school. No specific number of hours per year is required.
Service Certification Forms are located on the district website, in the Guidance Office or from Ms Johnson, Room 118, the Service Recognition Coordinator. The form is to be completed by the Activity Advisor and then given to Ms Johnson, who will keep track of the cumulative hours for each student while in high school. They may be turned in at any time, but all are due by April 22 in order for the Certificates and white cords to be awarded in May. Make sure to listen to the announcements and check outside Room 118 for Service Opportunities.
Questions? Call or e-mail Ms. Johnson at 262-363-6200, ext. 25118, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Service Certification Form - MHS - Student Volunteer Service Certification Form
Service Opportunities: Rolling Hills Elementary Libray is looking for help over the summer. Come see Ms. Johnson if interested.
Want to get Service Opportunity Updates via Remind 101: text @muksr to 81010
End of the Year Service Hours--2015-2016 (Updated 5/26/2016)