STUDENT MONETARY AWARDS

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STUDENT MONETARY AWARDS

Lilly Kaighin Community Service Award – Funded by the TeamUP Volunteer & Partnership Council
The Lilly Kaighin Community Service Award was established and is funded by the TeamUP Volunteer & Partnership Council to memorialize one of the founders of the school district volunteer and partnership program. This award is given to a 12th grader (senior) enrolled in a Sarasota County public high school who has seen a need in the community and has created and implemented an original community service project to meet the identified need. The TeamUP Volunteer & Partnership Council Awards Committee selects one award winner. The amount of the award is $1,000 and is presented to the winner in April.
Click here for this year’s information about applying for the Lilly Kaighin Community Service Award

Bette Woodson Award – Funded by the TeamUP Volunteer & Partnership Council
The Bette Woodson Award was established and is funded by the TeamUP Volunteer & Partnership Council to memorialize Bette’s 15 years of dedicated service as a school district volunteer. This award is given to a 12th grader (senior) enrolled in a Sarasota County public high school who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to providing service within the community. The TeamUP Volunteer & Partnership Council Awards Committee selects one award winner. The amount of the award is $1,000 and is presented to the winner in April.
Click here for this year’s information about applying for the Bette Woodson Award

Teeja Service Through the Arts Award – Funded by Stage Door Studios
The Teeja Service Through the Arts Award was established and is funded by Stage Door Studios in memory of one of Stage Door Studios’ younger dancers to encourage community service involvement through the Arts. This award is given to a 12th grader (senior) enrolled in a Sarasota County public high school who has seen a need in the community and through volunteer activities and/or an original project has used service through the arts to meet the identified need. The TeamUP Volunteer & Partnership Council Awards Committee selects one award winner. The amount of the award is $1,000 and will be presented to the winner in April.
Click here for this year’s information about applying for the Teeja Service Through the Arts Award

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