Club Y.E.S. (Youth Extending Service)
Description of activity: Club Y.E.S. (Youth Extending Service) is a youth service program for students attending Wayzata High School. It offers students a wide range of exciting opportunities for volunteer service: Interfaith Outreach, Carnivals and Family Fun Nights, MATTER, City of Plymouth, Trillium Woods, Adopt A Highway and much more.
Where to go for more information: 2nd Floor Offices
Meeting time: Club Y.E.S. meetings are held monthly. Members should attend one of the meetings. Generally, meetings are the first Wednesday of the month at 3:20 p.m. and the first Thursday of the month at 7:30 a.m. (full calendar).
Eligibility requirements: Open to all students, grades 9-12, who meet the Wayzata Public Schools Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements and complete a Club Y.E.S. application/parent permission form along with the set program guidelines.
How to Join: Registration for Club Y.E.S. can be done online in EPay under WHS, Athletics and Activities. See Online Registration Instructions Form.
Average number of members: 800 members.
Awards criteria & type of awards: Outstanding Volunteer Award, Volunteer of the Month Award, President’s Volunteer Service Award.
Student leadership: Club Y.E.S. is governed by a Student Advisory Leadership Board.
Club Y.E.S. Manager
Application Instructions and the link to the online application form are now available for the 2019 President's Volunteer Service Award under Forms. Students at Wayzata High School who meet the criteria and apply may be nominated by Wayzata High School to receive this prestigious national award that recognizes volunteer efforts of individuals.
Students may also use the President's Volunteer Service Award - Volunteer Hours Tracking Form (also found under Forms) to keep track of their volunteer hours and to record necessary signatures.
Awards are issued once a year at the Youth Extending Service Awards Celebration in April. See the District calendar for exact date.