California Junior Scholarship Federation (CJSF)
CALIFORNIA JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIP FEDERATION - CJSF
Dear Creekside 8th grade students and families,
Please see the announcement below from our CJSF Advisor, Ms. Cha:
CJSF is excited to be back in person and help our community. CJSF is now open to 8th graders of good academic standing for this semester. Applications can be picked up and dropped off at the counseling office to Ms. Lau (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications were due on Friday, September 10th, also attached here.
Acceptance letters will be sent out by email from Ms. Lau on Monday, September 13th by 3 PM. If you receive an acceptance letter, make sure to attend our first meeting, Tuesday, September 14th right after school at 3 PM with Ms. Cha, your CJSF Advisor, in the school library.
Su Min Cha
Creekside Middle School
8th Grade Math and Integrated 1 Teacher & CJSF Advisor
CJSF is a state-wide organization of over 600 chapters, created to foster high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship on the part of students of California's public and private junior high and middle schools. CJSF prepares the student for high school and beyond. Membership also brings with it the opportunity to participate in activities which benefit the school, the community, and the student. CJSF membership is open to 8th graders of good academic standing.
Creekside acknowledges all members of CJSF in the Graduation program. In addition, Honor Members will receive:
The official gold CJSF Honor Membership Pin
A certificate of recognition with the CJSF gold seal
Honor Membership: To obtain honor membership, you must qualify for membership and complete all requirements for three consecutive trimesters starting with the Fall semester grades in 7th Grade. This means that 7th Graders apply for the first time in the Spring of 7th Grade and every consecutive semester. Applications are due at the start of every new semester. It is important to note that students must apply every semester and it is imperative that deadlines are met (ie: late applications will not be accepted).
At a minimum, CJSF is an opportunity for your student to receive a pin and certificate at graduation (for those achieving Honor Membership). However, for those interested in the possibility of more active membership, students can participate in the club meetings. We will coordinate efforts on creating service opportunities, leadership, and possibly even field trips for those who get involved with the club.
For more information on CJSF, visit the CSF Official Homepage.
Also, for more information on CJSF at Creekside, please view the following presentation:
In the Fall, Officers are elected. The process includes filling out the Officer Application, giving a short speech in front of the Club members, and an interview with our eighth grade counselor.
If you would like to get reminders and notifications of meetings and other events, please use these notification instructions to sign up.
Fill out the Community Service Log to track your service hours.