Distinguished Service Grad Program
You can find current volunteer opportunities HERE.
We are now using an online tracking and reporting system for all Service hours called x2VOL that is accessible through Naviance Student. This system will allow us to eliminate our paper forms and centralize the information. x2VOL will allow students to enter their Service hours online at any time, as well as check for any volunteer opportunities and sign up for them, receive reminders about the opportunities and print a service hour log that can be used for college applications.
From this point on, all Service hours should be entered into the x2VOL system through Naviance Student. We will still accept our old paper verification forms through the end of the semester as we transition over. Beginning second semester, ALL hours must be submitted online.
If you have any questions or need any help please let Erin Spreer know at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please follow the below instructions to register for the first time to begin logging your service hours with x2VOL.
First you must log in to your Naviance account.
1. Click on the x2VOL Link under Resources on the left-hand side of your screen in Naviance Student.
2. If you are asked to put in your Last Name and Student ID Number, please do so.
3. Complete your x2VOL profile the first time you access x2VOL.
4. Start logging your hours in x2VOL!
Here is a video on how to register and sign into x2VOL via Naviance: https://vimeo.com/152310291
Here is a video on how to sign up a volunteer opportunity: https://vimeo.com/219398118
Here is a video on how to log new hours: https://vimeo.com/152442628
Current Hours can be found on the student's x2Vol account.
Students that continue to turn in paper forms will have them uploaded to their x2Vol accounts every couple of weeks so there may be a lag in viewing their total updated hours.
Manhattan High School Distinguished Service Graduate Program
- The program is voluntary. All students are encouraged to participate.
- Each candidate must register with the Counseling Office.
- Candidates must earn a total of 100 service hours. One-forth of the total number of hours must be in service to the school (25 hours). The other hours may be in service to a community organization, church or combination.
- Service hours done in coordination with other programs or activities do count (e.x., Scouts, Church, 4-H)
- All service hours must be done outside of the school day.
- Service hours done as part of class requirement or court-ordered community service do not count.
- Service hours for pay or for family members do not count.
- To count, service hours must be submitted on completed verification forms with signatures. Students should turn in hours immediately as they complete hours. Submit your hours on a monthly basis.
- The Graduating class of the current year must turn in verification forms at least three weeks before graduation. You will be notified of the specific deadline date by the Counseling Office.
- Any questions or exceptions to the above rules must be clarified by the Distinguished Service Graduate Program Committee and school officials.
Instilled with an early interest in volunteerism, our youth will continue to stay involved in their community throughout their lives. This involvement will positively impact communities and citizens.