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Announcement about the Presidential Volunteer Service Award:


Many parents have been having trouble registering on the PVSA website to log service hours. The PVSA website has just announced that as of 3/4/2019 they will no longer allow parents to register children and log hours. It is now the job of the certifying organization (CG PTA).  

If you have already REGISTERED, you can still log in and enter hours and will still be responsible for doing so by the deadline: March 31st.


IF YOU HAVE NEVER REGISTERED, please e-mail your hours to E-mails must be sent in by March 25th in order to give time for entering hours. No hours will be accepted after the 25th.

Please fill out all information on the attached form. Forms with information missing will not have hours entered.


Cibolo Green PTA PVSA Chair

Make sure to enter your hours on both sites so that you can earn 2 SEPERATE awards!!!
Entering hours into 1 site does not get you both awards

Presidential Volunteer Service Award

Be Proactive & Volunteer!

Your volunteer service completed between April 1, 2022 - March 31, 2023, not only helps your community but also earns you recognition and rewards!

Earn a Community Service Certificate
Students that complete 10 or more hours of volunteer service will receive a Community Service certificate. Hours must be logged in the student's Leader In Me service log and turned in by March 31.

Earn the President's Volunteer Service Award (PVSA)
Students age 5-10 years old who record 26 or more hours and 11-13 years old who record 20 or more hours will be eligible to receive an official President's Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) certificate and pin at their end of the year grade awards ceremony. For students turning 11 years old during the award year, volunteers will be awarded for the age they were for the majority (at least 7 months).  Any student who turns 11 years old after November 18th will qualify at the lower level for ages 5-10 years old. 

Service hours must be logged on the PVSA website 

by March 31, for the PVSA Award.

  • Click "Get Involved" and select "volunteers" from the drop-down menu.

  • Click on "Register" (blue box on the right side of the page) and enter the requested information.

  • You will receive an email to confirm and activate the PVSA account.

  • Once activated and you are logged in, you will need to add the Cibolo Green school code.

  • Go to "My Profile" (blue box on right-hand side of the page) and scroll down to "Record of Service Key" and click "edit"

  • Enter GCV-1161 for Cibolo Green and the school information will populate. 

NEISD Volunteer Service Award

The Volunteer Program is the bridge between our community and the best interests of the students in the North East Independent School District. Our goal is to help students gain the academic skills and the self-confidence necessary to become successful learners while reaching their fullest potential in the community. 

Our department acts as a point of contact for volunteers and mentors. We work with our schools and other education support groups to identify those practices that benefit students the most, and then marshal resources to pilot and expand successful programs.


  • Elementary (K-5th)

    • Bronze: 10-19 hours

    • Silver: 20-49 hours

    • Gold: 50+ hours

  • Middle School (6th-8th)

    • Bronze: 20-49 hours

    • Silver: 50-74 hours

    • Gold: 75+ hours

  • High School (9th-12th)

    • Bronze: 50-74 hours

    • Silver: 75-149 hours

    • Gold: 150+ hours

Service Opportunites

School Activities that students may count as service hours:

  • Safety Patrols (5th Graders) - Students in this program perform a safety service for our elementary school. 1/2 hr may be counted as service time for the morning and 1/2 hr for the afternoon. This is a total of 1/2 hr per day or 3.5 hrs per week.

  • Green Kids Club - Students in this club provide environmental stewardship for our school. Time may be logged in according to the amount of service completed.

  • Choir and/or Orchestra (4th and 5th graders) - Students in this group perform a service for the PTA, school, and local nursing homes during different performances. Hours dedicated to performances may be counted as service. Rehearsals may not be counted as service hours.

  • Lighthouse Committee - Hours dedicated to service while meeting with this group may be counted.

  • Helping Hands- Time spent after school helping other students.

Need More Ideas?

Visit the web pages below to find out how to donate your time to the following causes. These organizations allow children to volunteer with supervision from their parents:

San Antonio Food Bank

Meals on Wheels

San Antonio Parks and Recreation

Children’s Hunger Fund

 Additional Ideas:

  •  Call a local nursing home and ask the Activity Director if they have any events that your children can help with as volunteers. Other ideas for elderly assistance in your community: mowing, housekeeping, mail/trash pickup, grocery shopping, reading to the visually challenged, etc.

  • Perform free tutor or mentoring for someone in need.

  • Perform church volunteer work (nursery, acolyte, clean up, teaching Sunday school)

  • Provide park, beach, or community improvements (cleaning up trash, painting, repairing structures, etc.)


If you have any questions or if there is anything I can do to help, please do not hesitate to contact me! Happy Volunteering!!



NEISD Service Award
Service Opportunites
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