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Presidential Volunteer Service Award

Presidential Volunteer Service Award

 

 

The Presidential Volunteer Service Award is a national program that allows students age 5 and up to gain recognition for accumulating volunteer service hours. There are 3 levels of awards (bronze, silver, and gold) that are given annually. This allows students to serve their community and document this service for future scholarships and leadership opportunities. 

 

The PVSA award year runs from January 1 - December 31.  Awards are given at the students' award ceremony the following May.  When editing your profile, don't forget to enter your Record of Service Key to link to Greenup County Schools.  This will enable the district to tract volunteer hours so that students can receive their PSVA.   ROS Key TXQ-1654

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