Kathi Green Outstanding Service Award

The Kathi Green Outstanding Service Award recognizes students who have exhibited outstanding citizenship by their participation in service to their schools and/or to their communities.

 
Overview
Kathi Green, a long-time leader in the IASC, began her career as a Home Economics teacher at South Dearborn High School in Aurora, Indiana. She later became a guidance counselor there. She successfully hosted two IASC State Conventions – one in 1988 in her 3rd year as a student council advisor, and the second in 1997.  She was appointed as the High School Division Associate Director in 1992.  Kathi truly believed in student leadership. During her tenure as the IASC High School Division Associate Director, our organization increased its role in training and empowering student leaders in our state and nation. Her death in October of 2001, after a long courageous fight against lymphoma, left a legacy of commitment to and a vision for IASC’s involvement in student leadership. Kathi’s impact on IASC will not soon be forgotten. Her husband Mel and their children, Kelsey and Chris, join us in our commitment to keeping her dream of community service and student leadership alive.


What is service?

To go above and beyond the experience by use of a student’s time and talent outside the school environment

To do something without being paid or expected to do so


award criteria

The student must not be paid for the service either monetarily or with academic credit.

All service must be performed on the student’s own time and must be self-initiated outside of established school projects.

Service performed for the student’s family or for profit-making organizations does not qualify for this award.

Service performed as a result of disciplinary action cannot be counted.

Service must have been performed within the last twelve months previous to the deadline.

The student must be a resident of Indiana or attend a K-12 Indiana educational facility.


nomination process

The nominator must be affiliated with an IASC member school

The nominator must write a 150 word description of the nominee’s service activities

The completed nomination form and documentation must be submitted by the deadline of January 31 of each year



2019 outstanding service award honorees