Over the past two weeks, The Episcopal School of Dallas has celebrated its students' commitment to their Founding Tenet of Service. More than 260 Upper School students, from freshmen to seniors, were recipients of the prestigious President's Volunteer Service Award for their community service efforts in helping others. Each student received a pin for their uniform lapel, as well as a certificate of their award.
Also celebrated were those seniors who have received the award for four consecutive years, thus volunteering at least 350 service hours each over the course of their high school career. In total, the students of The Episcopal School of Dallas have dedicated in excess of 22,230 hours of community service in the past year. During the ceremony, the co-presidents of ESD’s Community Service Council were on hand to share their experiences with community service and what giving back means to them.