Club for Charitable Causes

AIS Club for Charitable Causes (CCC)

  • Strategic Goal

Raising awareness of charitable contributions among students and AIS staff members

  • Objectives

ümaking best use of students’ time, correcting their behavior, exploiting their abilities, honing their skills; and

üInstilling and promoting a culture of charitable contributions among students

CCC Goals

  1. Students will conceptualize charitable work and align it with the 2030 Vision.
  2. AIS will enter into and implement effective partnershps and initiatives in collaboration with the HRSD’s National Volunteer Portal.
  3. Students will gain school-guided experience by introducing them to areas of volunteering and community service (towards the million volunteer goal).
  4. Students will attend training hours in areas of volunteering and community service by being introduced to the National Volunteer Portal.

Initiative for Student Behavior Correction through Volunteering

Goal: In collaboration with the Student Counselling Committee, correction of students’ behavior by allowing them to contribute in charitable initiatives.

Student Behavior Correction through Volunteering

Code of Volunteering to Rectify Misconduct

# Violation Action Area of Volunteering Proof
1 1st Degree Violation The student is referred to the student counsellor who will assess the situation and contact the parent informing him of the Behavior Correction through Volunteering action (i.e. a one-hour volunteering task over a week). Based on the Guidance Committee’s decision, the student is required to volunteer for a task appropriate to the violation. Volunteering Notice
2 2nd Degree Violation The student is referred to the student counsellor who will assess the situation and contact the parent informing him of the Behavior Correction through Volunteering action (i.e. a two-hour volunteering task over two weeks). Based on the Guidance Committee’s decision, the student is required to volunteer for a task appropriate to the violation. Volunteering Notice
3 3rd Degree Violation The student is referred to the student counsellor who will assess the situation and contact the parent informing him of the Behavior Correction through Volunteering action (i.e. a three-hour volunteering task over three weeks). Based on the Guidance Committee’s decision, the student is required to volunteer for a task appropriate to the violation. Volunteering Notice
4 4th Degree Violation The student is referred to the student counsellor who will assess the situation and contact the parent informing him of the Behavior Correction through Volunteering action (i.e. a four-hour volunteering task over four weeks). Based on the Guidance Committee’s decision, the student is required to volunteer for a task appropriate to the violation. Volunteering Notice
5 5th Degree Violation The student is referred to the student counsellor who will assess the situation and contact the parent informing him of the Behavior Correction through Volunteering action (i.e. a four-hour diverse volunteering task over a month). Based on the Guidance Committee’s decision, the student is required to volunteer for a task appropriate to the violation. Volunteering Notice
6 6th Degree Violation There is no applicable volunteering task here since this violation requires applying the Code of Conduct. There is no applicable volunteering task here since this violation requires applying the Code of Conduct. Volunteering Notice