Seniors with 100 or more hours of community service qualify to receive a stole for graduation and Class Day.
Community Service Organization sponsor Kristin Asquith said students can use hours from past years, as long as they were completed during high school. She said students must have hours from at least two different service activities logged by April 1.
Asquith said seniors can buy the black and gold stole for around $6.
Currently, there is no established time for stole pick-up. She said a letter will be sent to students, and she will also e-mail their parents.
“I can’t place the order ahead of time,” Asquith said. “Once I do place it, [the manufacturer] should have it done pretty quickly.”