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Texas students donate thousands of hours

Seven Lakes High School students in the “Spartans Out Serving” club gave nearly 35,000 hours to serving the local community this school year.
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Seven Lakes High School students in the “Spartans Out Serving” or SOS club, gave nearly 35,000 hours to serving the local community this school year. Over 1,500 students belong to the voluntary club, which tracks hours and connects with local service organizations via x2VOL —an online system developed by intelliVOL.

x2VOL is a cloud-based volunteer management and service learning system that tracks community service hours and connects students with charitable organizations in their area. The online system saves hundreds of administrative hours which used to be needed at the end of the year to approve and log the students’ efforts.

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