Awards Assembly Criteria

We are going to base our end of the year awards for the Congress Awards Assembly on the following point system.  Please talk about this with your student and encourage them to shoot for the points in most categories. 

 GPA 3.0 to 3.49 is 1 point, 3.5 to 3.85 is 2 points, 3.86 to 4.0 is 3 points

Only kids with a 3.0 or better for the first three quarters combined will be considered for any award.

 School participation is worth 1 point.  There is only one point available for this category.  Any involvement at Congress that is not required for a class counts.   School participation opportunities could include, but are not limited to the list below.

School play-tried out or were in (not attended)

                National Junior Honor Society- applied or were in

                Stuco- applied or were in

                Student Ambassadors- applied or were in

                Any Intramurals or club

                Ski club

                Cross Country

                Geography bee

                Honor Choir- tried out or were in

                Talent Show- tried out or were in (not just attended)

                Staff/student volleyball game- tried out or were in (not just attended)

                Junior Police Academy- applied or were in

                Weight lifting club

                All district band or solo and ensemble festival

                Tried out or were on the basketball team or were a manager

                Performed as a voluntary act in the holiday assembly

               

Attendance 90% of school days or better is 1 point.

 Community service (10 hours) is 1 point. Only one point is available for the community service category. Students will fill out an online form with this information in April. We will have the link available in teams’ websites and social media pages and will announce it on the morning announcements as time comes. Keep in mind community service does not have to be through a formal organization. Helping neighbors and extended family is encouraged.

 No ISS/OSS is 1 point

 3 points get a blue ribbon

4 points gets a bronze medal

5 points gets a silver medal

6 points gets a gold medal

7 points gets platinum

 Invitations will be sent home with students who qualify for an award in April.

 If you have any questions regarding these criteria or the awards assembly in general please feel free to contact Beth Weishaar (8th grade counselor) or Bridgett Sissel (7th grade counselor).