Below is a list of approved events for the current semester. Check our powerpoint for more details:
Temecula Public Library Tutoring
Mustang Academy Tutoring
Sock Drive (donations)
Habitat for Humanity Painting and Yardwork
Trifecta Winter Guard/Drumline Competition
Dr. Seuss Read Across America Family Engagement
Tour de Murrieta
St. Patrick's Day 5K
CSF Officer Applications for the 2020-2021 School Year
Application directions are on the form. Please read carefully.
Application will be due Friday, May 29th with your campaign video link in your application.
Elections will be held Monday June 1st-3rd. We will announce the winners the afternoon of June 3rd.
Hey CSF, time for the 2nd semester to start!
MAKE SURE YOU'RE ON THE ROSTER HERE. Finalized 2/25/2020 (ID'd by email address for privacy).
Meetings every other week @ Lunch in the PAC, starting January 21. Meetings start at 12:10, sharp!
1/12, 2/4, 2/18, 3/3, 3/17, 4/14, 4/28
Fall 2019 Active Roster
*coming very soon*
What is CSF?
CSF stands for the California Scholastic Federation. We are a scholastic club with a community service element. There are scholastic qualifications to be part of this club. We are a chapter of the state organization of CSF. The motto of CSF is "scholarship for service". Please see the CSF website for more information on the history, origin, and purpose of the organization.
Membership vs Active Member?
You can be a member of CSF without participating in the community service portion, however you will not be considered an "active" member. Non-active members can not qualify for as many awards at the end of their senior year as the active members. We encourage all members to be active, but please be aware that if your schedule can not accommodate attending the community service events, then we suggest being a non-active member. We only allow three absences per semester. If you have more than three, then you will not be active for CSF for that particular semester. In order to qualify as an active member you must attend the meetings and get 10 hours of CSF sponsored community service per semester and participate in a fundraiser. Please see the minutes page of this site for our meeting power points that cover CSF approved and sponsored events.
CSF Community Service Requirements
In order to keep the integrity of being a CSF member, our club requires that in order to be an "active" member of CSF, you must perform your CSF community service hour requirements with the club at CSF club sponsored events. Each week at the meeting we provide a list and explanation of the upcoming opportunities of CSF sponsored events. In addition, the events are posted this website in the power points. If you have an event you want to be CSF approved, please use the CSF approval form below. Being an "active" member is optional.
You can still be a member of CSF without being active, solely based on your GPA. See the awards section to understand how that can affect your senior award status.
Here are the requirements for being an "active" member for CSF"
*10 hours of CSF approved events
*only 2 hours can be from donations
*Regular attendance at the Tuesday lunch meetings (you may have up to 3 absences)
All community service hours need to be in a "CSF sponsored" event. This means you must get approval before the event takes place or you perform the hours in order for it to be counted as CSF approved. Click on the following form to apply for an event you want to be approved:
Community Service Event Form - Please bring this form with you when you complete your hours in order to get the supervisor to sign you off!!! Mrs. Arban and can not sign you off on something that we did not see you at.
SEE THE MINUTES PAGE FOR ALL THE COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
Members of CSF receive a variety of awards their senior year. All senior award levels must have spring senrior year membership!
*Lifetime (Sealbearer): In order to be a CSF Life Member (i.e., Sealbearers), a student must have been a member of CSF for at least four of the last six semesters of high school, including one semester during senior year using grades earned during the senior year – fall semester and/or spring semester (May or June grades). Only grades earned in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade “count” towards CSF Life Membership. So you begin counting semesters with spring semester of the sophomore year..
Award: Lifetime members receive a certificate and a seal on their diploma
100% Members: The one hundred percent certificate, bearing the Federation
chapter seal. 100% membership means that the student
has qualified each semester beginning with the grades
earned the first semester of the tenth grade, has applied for
membership the following semester, and has again
qualified on grades earned in the last semester of attendance (second semester senior year)
Award: 100% certificate, seal on diploma
*Lifetime Plus: Defined by 4 active semesters of membership in the last 6 semesters. One active semester must be with senior year grades.
Award: Certificate, seal on diploma, tassel for graduation
*CSF Highest Honors: Defined by 5 active semesters of membership in the last 6 semesters.(10-12) One active semester must be from senior year grades.
Award: Certificate, seal on diploma, tassel and honor cord for graduation