Students can continue to earn volunteer hours. As of now, Bright Futures have not changed their requirements for our seniors, so they should expect to have 75 or 100 volunteer hours on record prior to graduation.
Here are some suggestions and guidelines for student wanting to earn community service hours:
students can help a sibling with their school work
deliver food or do yard work for an elderly neighbor, etc.
Anything that is addressing a community need for which they are not being paid and are not risking their health.
Parents can sign off that they have completed the hours.