- Youth Development Site Index
- Youth Development Administration
- Youth Asset Building
- Alternative Placements
- Behavior Intervention
- Driver Education
- Dropout Prevention
- Student Assistance
Administrative transfer applications received by June 1 will receive priority consideration and letters will be mailed in July. Applications received after this date will be considered on a case-by-case basis pending available space at the requested school site. Please be aware that this process may take up to 2 weeks to finalize.
The Big Giveback
The Big Give Back Program connects high school students, attending Newport News Public Schools, with volunteer opportunities in the community. NNPS schools and departments, non-profit, government, faith-based, and private organizations and businesses can share volunteer opportunities with interested students. Big Give Back projects may include special events which require a few hours of service to ongoing initiatives.
NNPS schools, community partners, and NNPS high school student groups, can to propose "projects" for which they need volunteers (ex. Engineering Challenge, sporting event, etc.) or for an event or project they would like to start at an elementary or middle school (ex. establish a chess club, mentoring program, etc.). Registered organizations and NNPS departments can request volunteers for projects of all sizes, including single day events or programs covering several weeks. High school students can apply to participate in the BGB and select opportunities in which they would like to serve.
Students can find community service openings which match their skills, interests, abilities, and commitments.
NNPS departments and other registered organizations can easily connect with volunteers who can help them to achieve their project goals.
The BGB will increase the number of student involvement opportunities available to high school students, including those who do not actively participate in organized clubs at their home school.
Some BGB opportunities may qualify as Service Learning, if the student serves a minimum of 70 hours. Students who are not seeking service learning credit can accumulate community service experience and hours.
The Big Give Back Program is administered by the NNPS Youth Development Department. Any questions or concerns about the program or the Big Give Back Portal may be forwarded to Bridget Adams, Supervisor, Youth Development at Bridget.Adams@nn.k12.va.us or 757-283-7850, ext. 10318.
|Organizations & NNPS Departments Apply Here for The Big Give Back|
|NNPS Students Apply Here for The Big Give Back Program|