The Peninsula School District is pleased to recognize 32 high school students who have earned the Varsity Letter in Community Service during the 2019-2020 school year.
Since 2017, Peninsula School District has honored high school students who volunteer their time and talents to uplift others in our community and region.
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The PSD high school students have dedicated over 5,200 hours of service to local organizations, including Food Backpack 4 Kids, St. Anthony’s Hospital, PenMet Parks, Peninsula Youth Wrestling, and Stand Up for Peninsula Schools.
Students completed at least 100 hours (reduced from 145 hours, due to COVID-19 closures) of community service and maintained at least a 2.5 GPA.
Recognition packets were mailed to students in June. Congratulations, students!
Interested students can begin working toward a Varsity letter in Community Service for the 2020-2021 school year. To find information about the program and requirements, please visit our Varsity Letter in Community Service website page.