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ViPS Awards 2008

ViPS Awards

Patty Barker, Jane Mendel Award
Patty Evans, Suzi James and Rachel Morse, The Champion Award
Linda K. Smith, Leadership Support Award
Nichilas Flowers, Gregory Gordan and Helen Wilson, Student Volunteer Award
Erma Bayley, Etroy Lyons, Novella Norwood and Joanne Puhalski,
Community School Volunteer Award
Dawn Anderson, Mel Davison, Michelle Elliot, Peggy Jones and Rita Qualls,
Family School Volunteer Award
Michele Easter and Debra Webster,
Parent Involvement Award
Geyer Springs First Baptist Church and Little Rock Wastewater,
Partners in Education
St. Andrew's Church and Mid Town Health Alliance,
Community Resource Award
Demetria Briggs, Staff Award
Dorothy Malone, Cindy Buehling and Melissa Donham, Educator Award
Nancy Rousseau and Kaye Rainey, Administrator Award

Click here for a list of all 2008 ViPS Award nominees.

School Awards

100% Increase: Doubled hours reported over last year.
Cloverdale Middle School
Wilson Elementary School
Parkview High School
Mabelvale Elementary School
Rockefeller Elementary School
Otter Creek Elementary School
Pulaski Heights Elementary School
McClellan High School

10+ Award: Averaged 10 hours of volunteer service per student.
Franklin Elementary School
Bale Elementary School
Dodd Elementary School
Woodruff Elementary School
Stephens Elementary School
Accelerated Learning Center
Rockefeller Elementary School
Fair Park Early Childhood Center
Parkviw High School

20+ Award: Averaged 20 hours of volunteer service per student.
Wilson Elementary School
Western Hills Elementary School
Dunbar Magnet Middle School
King Elementary School
Baseline Elementary School
Geyer Springs Elementary School
Meadowcliff Elementary School
Otter Creek Elementary School

30+ Award: Averaged 30 or more volunteer hours per student.
Forest Heights Middle School
Terry Elementary School
McClellan High School
Brady Elementary School

40+ Award: Averaged 40 hours or more per student.
Williams Elementary School

50+ Award: Averaged 50 hours per student.
Carver Magnet Elementary School
Fulbright Elementary School
Jefferson Elementary School
Pulaski Heights Elementary School

Top Performers at the elementary, middle and high school level:  
Reporting 42,625 total volunteer service hours, the most hours at the elementary level is Booker Arts Magnet Elementary School.

Averaging over 83 volunteer service hours per student, the highest volunteer hours per student ratio in the elementary level, is Forest Park Elementary School.

Reporting a total of 34,873 volunteer service hours, the most hours reported at the middle school level for 2007-08 is Mann Middle School.

Averaging 40 hours per student, the highest volunteer hours per student ratio in the middle school level is Pulaski Heights Middle School.

Top Performer in the High School level is Central High School with over 100,000 hours for the 2007-08.