Youth Act

Youth Act is a school-wide service club for all 5th through 8th grade students. It is sponsored by the Thibodaux Rotary Club. The mission and operation of Youth Act are closely linked to the ideals of Rotary and provide the foundation and natural success into Interact. 

Club Sponsors

Lauren Myers
lmyers@bcacharter.org

2019-2020 Officers

President- Zack Hutchinson 

Vice President- Grant Duplantis

Secretary- Hudson Gautreaux

Meeting Dates

September 27, 2019
October 25, 2019
November 22, 2019
January 24, 2020
March 27, 2020
May 7, 2020

Calendar of Events

October: Pumpkin Patch Volunteer Work


November/December: Thibodaux Toy Drive Collection

 
January/February: Valentines’ Cards for Thibodaux Nursing homes 


March: HOPE FOR ANIMALS collection 


April/May: Thibodaux food drive; School Beautification Project 

By-Laws
 
Club Name: YOUTH ACT 

Sponsor(s): Lauren Myers Co-Sponsor(s): Lynn Simmons 

Dues: $5 

Meetings: Monthly

 
 Member Eligibility:

Scholars in grades 5-8th with a GPA of 2.4 are eligible for membership in this club.

 

Club Officers:   President, Vice President, and Secretary

 

Membership Requirements:

Members must participate in club sponsored community service projects.

Members must attend and fully participate in the monthly meetings.

Members must demonstrate appropriate and respectful behavior at all times.

 

Probationary Status:

A student earning less than a 2.4 GPA in a given grading period will be placed on probationary status for the following grading period.  The member will be given two grading periods to reclaim a minimum 2.4 GPA.  If the GPA requirement is fulfilled the member will be keep full membership in the club.  If the GPA requirement is not fulfilled the scholar will lose membership.  Reinstatement to the club may occur when a cumulative 2.4 GPA is achieved. 

 

 A scholar earning a discipline referral for any reason will be placed on probation.  Upon receiving the second referral, membership may be revoked. All members are expected to participate in club meetings and events, as well as demonstrate appropriate and respectful behavior at all times.  Members not complying with the club’s requirements may be placed on probation.

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Procedures for Dismissal: At any time a member is placed on probationary status, written notification detailing the infraction will be given to the scholar, parent and school administration. A conference can be scheduled if deemed necessary by the scholar, parent, club sponsor, or administration. Club membership will be revoked if terms of the probationary status are not met or for severe and/or habitual violations which will be determined by the club sponsor with support of the school administration.