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Work Permits

Starting Monday, June 15, 2020 till the end of Summer Break - Counseling is closed.  Have a Great Summer!
 
 
NEED A WORK PERMIT APPLICATION?
  1.  click on the link below
  2.  print the application form out
  3.  fill out your portion on the form
  4.  have your employer complete there portion on the form
  5.  get your parents/guardians signature
  6.  contact Student Services & School Attendance at the District Office by calling 327-9200 to finalize your work permit process.
Work permits take 2 - 3 days to process for students.  Students are required to have the following:
  • 2.0 GPA or higher
  • No "F's"
  • Attendance must be in good standing
  • Behavior must be in good standing
 
 
 

Students can schedule an appointment with their counselor by either emailing them or coming to the counseling office by signing in on the computer at the front entrance and requesting their counselor to call them in.
 
Parents, the best way to reach your child's counselor is by email.  Please find their email address at our home page for counseling. 
 

Intervention

Intervention for students needing more assistance with a variety of subjects...
 
 
Please click on the link below to print out the Intervention Form 
 
 
 Please click link below to print out Volunteer Form...
 
 
 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Volunteering one’s time for a good cause can bring many personal benefits, as well as scholarship opportunities.  Many students want to volunteer but are not sure how to go about doing so.  If you are volunteering for the sole reason of getting yourself into college, that is probably not the best reason.  If you are doing this because you believe in the organization’s cause and you want to expand your own life experience, then it is a good idea to participate.  Colleges like to see prospective students who have participated in community service, but they also want to see how it has affected them personally.  In other words, how has this experience changed your life and has it made you a better person?

If that is something you would like to pursue, (without jeopardizing your academics), below you will find some suggestions that you may find interesting.  Clovis East High School does not require community service as a graduation requirement.  This is something you are choosing to do for yourself.

*      ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease):  http://www.alsa.org/fight-als/volunteer/

*      American Cancer Society:  http://www.cancer.org/Involved/Volunteer/ind

*      American Red Cross:  http://www.redcross.org/en/volunteertime

(559)455-1000 work with the fire victims in getting food, clothing and shelter; data entry and customer service

*      Animal Rescue of Fresno:  http://www.arf-fresno.com/how-can-i-help-.html

(559)225-5715 Socializing and playing with dogs, cleaning kennels, helping with dishes and laundry

*      Arte Americas:  http://arteamericas.org/index.html

(559)266-2623 Assist with clerical tasks, setting up and hosting receptions and mounting and taking down of exhibits

*      Catholic Charities:  http://www.ccdof.org/

(559)237-0851 Organize food drives, thrift store help, assist at health fairs, receptionist duties

*      Central California Blood Center:  http://www.donateblood.org/volunteer

(559)389-5433 Administrative Assistant, donor monitor, special events

*      Children’s Hospital of California:  http://www.fcco.org/helpvolunteer.html

(559)353-5222 Administrative Services, Chaplain Aide, Child Development Center, tour guide

*      City of Clovis:  http://www.ci.clovis.ca.us/serveclovis/Pages/serveclovis.aspx

(559)324-2050 Emergency Response, Citizens on Patrol, Skate Park Monitor, Research Analyst

*      Clovis Botanical Garden:  http://volunteermatch.org/search/org46315.jsp

(559)298-3091 Planting day volunteer, tour guide and greeters

*      Clovis Chamber of Commerce:  https://clovischamber.com/

(559)299-7363 Organizers of Big Hat Days & Clovis Fest

*      Community Medical Center Junior Volunteers:  http://www.communitymedical.org/

(559)459-2863 Help at the info. desk, deliver flowers, work in the gift shop

*      Community Food Bank:  http://www.communityfoodbank.net/get-involved/volunteer

(559)237-3663 Sorting, bagging and distributing donated food; general office work

*      Fresno Art Museum:  http://www.fresnoartmuseum.org/

(559)441-4221 Setting up and taking down exhibits, tour guide, administrative help

*      Fresno Chaffee Zoo:  http://www.fresnochaffeezoo.org/education/volunteers.html

(559)498-5945 Animal Care, horticulture assistant, Zoo Adventure Junior Counselor

*      Fresno County Public Library:  http://www.fresnolibrary.org/volunteer/index.html

(559)252-8657 Reading to children, setting up crafts and games, tutoring, homework help and clerical duties

*      Fresno Philharmonic:  http://fresnophil.org/

(559)261-0600 Usher and ticket takers

*      Fresno Rescue Mission:  http://www.fresnorescuemission.org/index.php?c=65

(559)268-0839 EXT. 202 Tutor, Outreach, Laundry, Children’s Ministries

*      Fresno Trail Crew:  http://www.trailcrew.org/

Contact is Rick Fleming

*      Habitat for Humanity:  http://www.habitatfresno.org/volunteer

(559)237-4102 Construction of a home, work at the ReStore, support families, community outreach

*      Hands on Central California:  http://www.handsoncentralcal.org/

(559)237-3101 Serve food & organize Holiday events for the homeless

*      Hinds Hospice:  http://www.hindshospice.org/volunteer.html

(559)320-0308 Help with patients, assist with bereavement groups, work in the thrift store, fundraising development and community awareness

*      HOPE Animal Foundation:  http://www.hopeaf.com/

(559)271-0209 Spend time with cats and dogs before & after their spay or neutering surgery; assist with paperwork & maintenance

*      Locks of Love:  http://www.locksoflove.org/become.html

Hold your own Locks of Love event

*      Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s “Light the Night”:  http://www.lightthenight.org/cca

(559)435-1482 Organize a walk event or put in a team to participate and raise funds

*      March of Dimes:  http://www.marchofdimes.org/volunteers/team-youth.asp

Organize an event (walk, golf tournament, chef auction) to help raise money for premature babies

*      Marjaree Mason Center:  http://www.mmcenter.org/index.php?c=6

(559)487-1344 Helping with the Crisis Center Hotline, Events/Fundraiser, Domestic Violence Response Team

*      Muscular Dystrophy:  https://www.mda.org/get-involved/become-a-volunteer

(559)453-9822

*      National Multiple Sclerosis:  http://www.nationalmssociety.org/chapters/can/volunteer/index.aspx

*      Poverello House:  https://www.poverellohouse.org/get-involved/volunteer

(559)498-6988 Preparing and serving meals to the homeless and needy

*      Ronald McDonald House Central California:  http://rmhccv.org/volunteer/

(559)447-6770 Cook/Baker, Maintenance, Receptionist

*      Saint Agnes Medical Center:  http://www.samc.com/volunteering

(559)450-3521 Cancer Center, Hospice Program, Gift Shop, Stork Tour, Holy Cross Center for Women

*      Salvation Army:  http://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/volunteer

Thrift Store, Prison Ministry, Rehabilitation Center, Toys for Tots Donation Drive

*      San Joaquin River Parkway:  http://www.riverparkway.org/index.php?option=com_content

(559)248-8480 River Tour Guide, Conservationist, clean up and restoration

*      Special Olympics:  http://www.specialolympics.org/volunteers.aspx

Coach, fundraise, special events

*      Veteran’s Hospital Central California:  http://www.fresno.va.gov/giving/index.asp

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