Community Service Forms:
College Fair/ College Visit Form (due October 31 of your senior year):
Click here to view and print the college visit form. You can start having this filled out your sophomore year.
2020-2021 Community Service Form Deadlines:
Grades 11 - 12: January 31, 2021
Grades 6 - 10: March 31, 2021
Crosby Scholars are required to complete 2 hours of community service. (5 hours are recommended for 9th-12th graders.)
How to complete this requirement:
1)First, take your form with you when you complete the hours of service.
2) Second, have your form signed by the supervisor (not your parent!)
3)Third, submit your form to Crosby Scholars by the deadline. (See below for directions.)
Here are ways to turn in your form: (in order of preference)
During the time when we are working remotely, please use the bolded method for the fastest response time:
- upload the form to the My Documents page in your Student/Parent portal
- snap a photo of the form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
- fax it to 704.873.4891 (allow 1-2 weeks to see it in your portal since we are working away from the office and can't check the fax every day)
- send via US mail
- drop it off at the Crosby Scholars office
- turn it into your school counseling office
- text it to the office cell at 704.519.7155
Students enrolled in the program may start hours for the next school year as soon as the current due date has passed. For example, current juniors may start hours for their senior year on Feb. 1, 2020. Current 6th-10th graders may start hours for next year on April 1, 2020.
Community service should be done with a non-profit agency. Or, it can be an activity that benefits a non-profit agency. During the period of social distancing, we are allowing students to do service at home or with relatives. Examples include painting, cleaning, cooking, grocery shopping, etc.
Examples of volunteer work that counts:
- Community service done with:
- scout groups
- Beta Club
- National Honor Society
- church groups (not regular worship activities)
- Young Achievers
- other clubs
- Crosby Scholars
- Planning and organizing events to benefit a charity or non-profit
If you have questions about whether your community service idea meets the requirement for the Program, please contact Crosby Scholars at 704.873.5005. Crosby Scholars staff reserves the right to determine if a community service activity fulfills our requirement.
Missing deadlines may result in the loss of program benefits. For example, seniors may not be eligible for certain scholarships. Students might not be recognized (with certificates, for example) at school programs. Finally, late forms may cause the student to not be continually enrolled in the program.
Community Service Opportunities
The following service opportunities are submitted by local agencies and organizations. They are options -- not the only community service activities available to Crosby Scholars.
- Check your portal!
- Lake Norman/Iredell Volunteers
- Boys & Girls Club
- American Red Cross
- Feed NC (formerly Mooresville Soup Kitchen) see portal for June 2020 opportunities.
- Iredell Public Libraries
- Iredell Crosby Scholars Academy Volunteers
- HealthReach Community Clinic Needs Volunteers!
- Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County
- Iredell County Museums
- Iredell Co. Partnership for Young Children
- Iredell Teen Court Program
- Salvation Army
- South Iredell Senior Center
- Yokefellow Ministry
- Tutoring for Gear UP Schools