Sunday, September 19, 2021

Become a Student Volunteer with SYAC

Are you a high school student living in Southlake or attending CISD? Would you enjoy learning more about the City of Southlake, attending City events and earning volunteer hours? Then you should fill out an SYAC application today!

SYAC members will meet on the first Monday of each month at 4:15 p.m. at Southlake Town Hall.

SYAC is accepting applications through October 1, 2018. View and print the application.

What is SYAC? The Southlake Youth Action Commission is a group aimed at teaching students more about their local government. Commission members will meet with City leaders as well as attend City events and participate in volunteer opportunities.

If you’re a student and you’d like to learn more about what government looks like at the local level, SYAC is a great opportunity. Apply to join today!

Learn more about SYAC by visiting www.cityofsouthlake.com. If you have any questions about the application process, please contact Cassie Tucker at (817) 748-8036.

Carroll ISD Honors Campus Volunteers

At a recent meeting of the Board of Trustees, Carroll ISD Administration and Board Members formally recognized Campus Volunteers for the 2013-13 school year. The volunteers were introduced by the campus principal and received a token of thanks from the district.

This year’s campus volunteers are: Stephanie Arkes, Carroll Senior High School; Marilyn McNamara, Carroll High School; Jennifer Winter, Dawson Middle School; Jenn Welday, Carroll Middle School;  Melissa Schembri, Eubanks Intermediate School; Angela Kwentus, Durham Intermediate School; Kathy Carrabine, Johnson Elementary School; Terry Halloran, Carroll Elementary School; Patricia Bonaparte, Walnut Grove Elementary School; Hilary Hale, Rockenbaugh Elementary School and Jill Webb, Old Union Elementary School.