TCP Award Guidelines & Student Survey
TCP requests student award finalists take a brief survey to gather feedback and improve program impact.
Click here for student survey instructions and slips to distribute to your finalists.
You can also share the following link with any senior who meets the criteria for an award: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/23SeniorSurvey
Once they have taken the survey, they will see a code at the end – Motivate.Connect.Reward. They should report this code back to you, either on a slip of paper with their name or by email. The names of the students who return the survey are placed in a drawing for the award category for which they are eligible.
This award is given to students with zero absences. If there are no students in a grade with zero absences, students with the least number of absences in accordance with their school’s absentee policy are eligible for the attendance award.
TCP defers policies and criteria for attendance to educators.
The student who is ranked #1 in a high school’s specific curriculum for science, technology, engineering or math (introductory, intermediate, advanced, college or honors).
For an AVTS/CTC, this would be the #1 student in science, technology, engineering or math curriculum (cosmetology, graphic arts, construction, carpentry, IT, healthcare, etc.)
To be eligible for the Community Service Award student service hours must be signed for by the organization or individual for whom the service was provided.
The upper 10% of students with the greatest increase in their GPA from the previous year ending to the current year ending, regardless of their beginning GPA, are eligible for the academic improvement award. This award gives struggling students an opportunity to improve their habits and their grades.
Students in the top 10% with the highest overall GPA from the beginning to the end of the current school term are eligible for the academic excellence award.