Lisle Senior High School recognizes the importance of community service in the growth and development of our students and as an element of the college admissions process.
For these reasons, LSHS will post to the transcript of any student community service totaling thirty or more hours done and reported to the Assistant Principal using the proper procedures. Students may have multiple postings of community service on their transcript. All postings of community service will contain at least thirty hours of community service
Forms for reporting and information on the procedures to be followed by the student are available through the Assistant Principal’s Office. Simply, the process requires a written record of the service done, hours worked, a student signature attesting the validity of the report, and contact information for the supervisor of the community service.
The community service need not be done at or for the high school. It need not be done during the school year, but must be done during the student’s high school career.
A working definition of “community service” is:
A non-remunerated activity whereby a student provides a needed service that directly benefits the community or an organization within it. Any community service performed at school must take place during hours when school is not in session.
Please contact the Assistant Principal if you have questions.