Description of activity: Club Y.E.S. (Youth Extending Service) is a youth service program for students attending Wayzata High School. Club Y.E.S. includes a wide range of exciting opportunities for volunteer service: Study Buddies, Interfaith Outreach, Carnivals and Family Fun Nights, Second Harvest Heartland, Animal Humane Society, Adopt A Highway and much more.
Where to go for more information: At Wayzata High School go to room B202 (across from Counseling Office.) Also, check out the Club Y.E.S. Calendar link for dates and details on upcoming Club Y.E.S. service projects. Sign up for projects must be done in B202.
Meeting time: The second Tuesday of every month after school in Forum Room B204.
Eligibility requirements: Open to all students, grades 9-12, who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements and complete a Club Y.E.S. application/parent permission form.
How to Join: Registration for Club Y.E.S. can be done online in Epay under WHS, Athletics and Activities. See Online Registration Instructions Form.
Average number of members: 700 members.
Awards criteria & type of awards: Outstanding Volunteer Award, Outstanding Study Buddy Award, President’s Volunteer Service Award.
Student leadership: Club Y.E.S. is governed by a Student Advisory Board.