Outstanding School Volunteer Awards
The Outstanding School Volunteer Award is presented annually to school volunteers who have shown outstanding dedication and commitment to quality education in Florida. Volunteers are selected based on the number of hours of service, years of service, unusual type of contribution, and/or characteristic of services rendered. Outstanding School Volunteer Awards recognizing a student, adult, and senior volunteer are given in each of the five Florida reporting regions. These awards are presented annually, in the spring, at the statewide Florida Partners in Education Conference. The Office of Community Involvement will post a bulletin with details on the nomination process.
Each year the District participates in the annual Outstanding School Volunteer Award program sponsored by the Florida Department of Education (FDOE). The FDOE’s Office of Volunteer and Community Involvement will notify districts of the winners.
Your school is invited to nominate one outstanding school volunteer in each of the following categories: Senior, Adult, and Youth. The nomination form outlines the necessary information for selecting the nominees. Please ensure that the nomination forms are filled out completely. You may duplicate the form as necessary. Please see application at link above.
Complete and return the nomination form no later than Tuesday, October 17, to Volunteers in Public Schools (VIPS), Office of Communications & Engagement, FHESC, Suite C-110.