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Lorraine Lee Service Award


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For More Information:
Dr. Augustine Romero
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augustine.romero@tusd1.org
520.225.4302


Service Award
  • Past Winners
    2016-2017
    Student: Valentino Lugo
    Staff: Ernesto Somoza

    2015-2016
    Student: Bernadette Romero
    Staff: Sarah Sutton

    2014-2015
    Student: Bianca Molina
    Staff: Jesus Orduño

    2013-2014
    Student: Priscilla Leyva
    Staff: Saul Ostroff

    2012-2013
    Student: Cecilia Machado
    Staff: Martha Avila-Miranda

    2011-2012
    Student: Jesse Garcia
    Staff: Teresa Toro

    2010-2011
    Student: Jhunuel Arrizon
    Staff: Kate Straub

    2009-2010
    Student: Bill Del La Rosa
    Staff: Jennifer Sprung
About Lorraine Lee
Updated:  4/1/18 

The Pueblo Community honors the legacy of Lorraine Lee (Pueblo Class of '74). A champion of those marginalized by society, Lee's leadership improved our community for all people.

"Lee rallied interest on issues related to immigration, wages and education; spoke out against racism; worked to create affordable housing for the elderly, the poor and minority people", said Tucson City Court Judge Margarita Bernal who met Lee in college.

Lee grew up as a biracial child on the south side not feeling fully accepted. Lee graduated from Pueblo High School, the University of Arizona, and then went on to receive a master's degree in urban planning at UCLA.

It was at Chicanos Por La Causa (a social service agency) where Ms. Lee became the champion of the poor who would hold those in power accountable for providing needed services.

In an era of greed and excess that has threatened our very economy it is refreshing to reflect on Lorraine Lee's works and words. "We want what everybody else wants - food on our table, a roof over our heads and a better future for our children." We are inspired by Lorraine Lee to continue her pursuit for social justice through community activism.

"She cannot be duplicated": Courageous to the point of fearlessness, Lorraine Lee had a vision and the verve to see it fulfilled.

 

 

 Read more about Lorraine Lee on Tucson.com

Purpose
The purpose of the Pueblo Magnet High School Lorraine Lee Service Award is to honor Pueblo students and staff who have given of their time to better our school and community. The intent is to encourage student and staff involvement at Pueblo. Service is considered to be, "An act of giving assistance or advantage to another. Work done for the benefit of others" (Websters Dictionary)

Qualifications
To qualify for this award, participants need to demonstrate campus and community service by joining and being involved in clubs and after school activities as well as being an overall ambassador for Pueblo. All service hours must be done before or after school hours and must be unpaid. In addition, hours performed for court ordered community service cannot apply.

Student Awards
Letter P for Cummulative Service over your years at Pueblo

  • 200 hours of service to school and/or commuinity
  • Maximum of 20 hours for club business meetings
  • Maximum of 75 hours for service outside of Pueblo

Guidelines

  • Club business meetings have a cap as service hours however meetings that involve direct service as defined here will count for service hours.
  • Students must document all hours and bring this documentation to an advisor or club sponsor. This faculty member will issue a certificate for the hours completed.
  • Once the student has accumulated certificates for 200 hours s/he will take the certificates to the Assistant Principal to receive a letter.
  • Enrollment in classes such as Student Government or DECA cannot count towards service hours. However, documented hours for activities that take place after school will count.

Lorraine Lee Service Pin
For hours completed after those required for the letter P

  • 75 hours
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