Meridian High School has teamed with the White House to become a Certifying Organization for the U.S. PRESIDENT'S VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD, a national program recognizing Americans who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to volunteer service. Established in 2003, the Award was created by President George W. Bush to give Presidential recognition to individuals, families and groups who meet requirements for volunteer service, measure by the number of services hours perform aced over 12 months.
Meridian High School is one of few of schools that have joined forces to deliver the President's Volunteer Service Award and honor the volunteers who strengthen our Nation. As a Certifying Organization for the Award, Meridian High School is responsible for verifying service hours, nominating potential recipients and delivering the Award.
The Award is issued by the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation, a group convened by President George W. Bush to help foster and encourage a culture of volunteer service and civic participation among Americans, Chaired by two-time Super Bowl Champion Darrell Green with former U.S. Senators Bob Dole and John Glenn as honorary co-chairs, the Council is composed of leaders in government, media, entertainment, business, education, non-profit and volunteer service organizations and community volunteering.
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Meridian High School maintains a racially non-discriminating policy and admits students of any races, religions, gender and ethnic backgrounds to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students