Trumansburg Rotary Service Above Self Award Program Guidelines
Trumansburg Rotary's Service Above Self Award program is seeking nominations for the 2021-2022 Academic Year to reward and recognize youth who exemplify Rotary's motto, Service Above Self, and who live Rotary's 4-Way Test in their every day lives.
Of the things we think, say, or do - Is it the Truth? Is it Fair to All Concerned? Will it Build Goodwill and Better Friendships? Will it be Beneficial to All Concerned?
- Nominations are due Friday, October 29, 2021 by 7 pm -
Student exemplifies Service Above Self Student demonstrates commitment to unselfish volunteer service.
Student is Truthful Student demonstrates honesty, high ethical standards, trustworthiness, integrity, self-discipline, and responsibility. Student arrives on time, comes prepared, completes tasks/assignments, and follows rules and regulations.
Student is Fair to all Concerned Student demonstrates ability to work with and motivate others, has sound values, good judgment, a sense of fairness, and has earned the respect of their peers. Student handles success and defeat with maturity and a positive attitude.
Student Builds Goodwill and Better Friendships Student is courteous, helpful, and compassionate towards others. Student's positive attitude is reflected in the climate and culture of their endeavors.
Student's Efforts and Endeavors are Beneficial to All Student takes the initiative, readily and unselfishly helping others. Student is diligent, actively participates, and continually strives to the limits of their abilities. Student is committed to making a difference in their school and/or community.
Who can be nominated?
Charles O. Dickerson High School student (grades 9-12).
Student is in good academic standing.
Student has not received this award within the current academic year.
Who can nominate a student?
Anyone who is personally acquainted with the student.
How do I nominate a student?
Complete the online Nomination Form hereor download a paper versionhere.
Rotary will send you an email confirmation upon receipt of your submission. If you do not receive an email confirmation, contact Trumansburg Rotary here.
One student will be selected for the SAS Award each month (November - May) during the Academic School Year for a total of seven students.
Trumansburg Rotary will advertise the award and open the nomination process in September.
Trumansburg Rotary will receive, review, and select a student to receive the SAS Award each month.
The parent(s)/legal guardian(s) of the selected student will be asked to sign a consent form for use of the student's photo and bio in the press, on websites, and in social media.
Trumansburg Rotary will contact the student to congratulate them on their SAS award.
The student will be featured in the local press, at Charles O. Dickerson High School, and on the Trumansburg Rotary Facebook page and website.
The student, nominator, and parent(s)/legal guardian(s) will be invited to attend a Trumansburg Rotary dinner and meeting. The student will be asked to give a short speech about themselves and their service, and will be presented with an award.
One of the eight SAS Award students will be selected for the Student of the Year Award in June and will receive additional recognition and a cash prize.