Bush students receive PVSA award
Fifty-six students at Barbara Bush Middle School received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) on May 10 at a ceremony and reception sponsored by the Bush PTA. For their service, students were presented with a certificate, a letter from President Obama, and a presidential seal pin.
PVSA recognizes Americans who spend their time helping others in their community and country. PVSA awards three levels of service for ages 14 and under – the bronze award for 50-74 hours, the silver award for 75-99 hours, and the gold award for 100 hours or more.
In all, these 56 students logged more than 6,000 hours of service to our community. They are an inspiration and a great example of how young people are willing to dedicate their time to help others. Way to go Bulldogs!
Posted on May 15, 2013