Term 3 Silver Cord Recognition
The purpose of the Waukee Silver Cord Program is to instill within the students the importance of community service and encourage students to be accountable for investing in their own education and in the community on a regular basis during their school years. Students can volunteer in their local, national or global community and receive recognition at the end of each term when 25, 50, 100 and 175 hours are achieved. Students from the Class of 2018, 2019, and 2020 that volunteer 175 hours by April 30 of their senior year and students from the Class of 2021 that volunteer 165 hours by April 30 of their senior year will have the honor of wearing a silver cord during their graduation ceremony.
There are currently over 860 students in the Waukee Silver Cord Program, with more than 2,043 approved volunteer hours during the third term of the 2017-18 school year. Students who have reached recognition milestones during the third term are as follows:
Adam Burghduff, Kelsie Fogo, Simone Hopton, Katelyn Mardis, Aaron McCrary, Audrey McKinney, Megan Oswald, Samuel Pelletier, Sydney Peterson, Cady Ruble, Madison Trinrud, Danika Werner
Meredith Glas, Cole Kaufman, Cole Romdall, Sarah Ummach, Jessey Wyzgowski
Belle Allison, Jocelyn Coady, Sierra Mueller, Jaswinder Nagra, Sydney Neal, Kenna Seiser, Anna Starr, Kennedy Turner,
Elizabeth Abbott, Daniel Haisch, Marisa Mapes, Megan Severson, Eric Snyder, Chris Yates
Tanner Becker, Brooke Conover, Will Keck, Caitlyn Mahoney, Olivia Sanders
Davison Bishop, Haley Dickey, Nora Klemesrud, Mary McLaughlin, Timnit Zaid
Hannah Berg, Payson Burkle, Kate Dressel, Matthew Jongerius, Katilyn White
Ravneet Ballagan, Reese Cooper, Maninoa Courtright, Anna Crandall, Taylor Glade, Madeline Hakala, Vincent Reno Omolon, Kate Phillips, Kennedey Reiling, John Robeson, Paige Trinrud, James Van Rees
Nadir Abosaida, Aditya Joglekar
*Transfer students that have earned a silver cord with prorated hours.