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Nenni, Ryan
Math Teacher


Fall Application

CJSF Community Hours Log

CJSF School Hours Log

Notes: Only hours served during the semester count. You need 5 hours of in-school community service and 5 hours of outside-of-school community service each semester. Outside of school hours are any community service done outside of GRMS.


List of Officer's Duties



Jahnavi Reddy


Vice President

Dhruti Kuchibhotla



Johann Shetti



Sraavya Sambara


Activity Directors

Shourya Munjal

Rohit Srinivas


Current Volunteer Opportunities (Updated 10/22)

October 24th 12 - 4pm - Coyote Creek Fall Festival needs volunteers.

Tutoring - Mrs. Bergen is looking for tutors in math during tutorial. Interested in receiving school hours for tutoring? Sign up for Mrs. Bergen's tutoring tutorial. Tutors earn 1 hour of service each week they participate and sign up on a week by week basis as needed.


CJSF Applications Available For 8th Graders. Applications and $5 donation Due Wednesday September 16th

Click here for the Fall Semester CJSF Application.

Applications are due by Wednesday September 16th. You must attach a copy of your 2nd Semester grades to your application. All applications need to be submitted to the CJSF box in the office. If you have questions, please loop mail Mr. Nenni.

Grades can be found in the "transcript" section of Infinite Campus. See application page 2 for instructions.

$5 donation for CJSF is due by Wednesday September 16th. Donations need to be placed in an envelope WITH YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME and delivered to Mr. Nenni either during the first meeting on February 16th or in person.

FIRST MEETING: Monday September 14th




What is CJSF?

CJSF is a statewide organization founded for the purpose of fostering high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship in the middle grades. CJSF emphasizes service to the school and the community while creating pride in scholastic achievement.

Who is eligible for membership?

Seventh and eighth grade students who qualify with the appropriate grades are eligible.

When does CJSF meet?

After school once a month. See posted schedule for specific days.

What are the academic requirements for CJSF?

The requirements to join CJSF are simple. Because it is a scholarship organization, 7th and 8th grade students earn points based on their grades.  An "A"=3pts; "B"=1 pt; and "C"=0 pts.  Students must earn 8 points per semester.  Qualifying courses are Math, Science, English and History. Students who have a D/F in any subject will not qualify for membership for that semester.

Why a membership fee?

There is a $5 membership dues per semester for California State affiliation.

What is required for school/community service?

Students are required to complete 10 hours of volunteer service per semester; 5 hours in school and 5 hours outside of school. Tutoring, coaching, volunteer work with other community groups can all be counted. Any service that is not compensated and helps others qualifies. The goal is for members to balance their high academic achievement with public or school service.

What are the benefits of CJSF membership?

Students who qualify for 3 or more semesters will promote 'With Honors". They will receive a CJSF gold pin, a certificate with a gold seal, and they will be accepted as an Associate Member in CSF (the high school California Scholarship Federation).

Membership brings with it the opportunity to participate in activities which benefit the school, the community, and the student.  Activities will include fund raisers (ink cartridge/phone recycling;??-grams); service projects (tutoring, school supply drive, food bank) and possible field trips.

When do students apply?

Eighth grade students have a 2-week window to apply at the beginning of first quarter.  A copy of the previous semester report card must be attached to the application.

Seventh grade students will be eligible to apply during the 2-week window at the beginning of Second Semester.  A copy of the previous semester report card must be attached to the application

Applications are available on the CJSF web page.

How do students apply?

1. Students complete an application and submit to the CJSF box by the deadline announced by Mr. Nenni, CJSF advisor. 

2. CJSF advisor analyzes the semester report card of the applicants. Membership is based on grades earned during the preceding semester.  Previous members membership will also be based on completing club service hour requirements.

3. Membership status will be posted on the bulletin board in the MPR.

Important Dates

Semester 1 Dates

First Meeting (2:50 - 3:15 MPR) 9/14
Applications and $5 Due (Turn into box at office) 9/16
Officer Elections (2:50 - 3:30 MPR) 9/17
Meeting (2:50 - 3:00 MPR) 10/5
Meeting (2:50 - 3:00 MPR) 11/9
Meeting (2:50 - 3:00 MPR) 12/7
Meeting (2:50 - 3:00 MPR) 1/11
All Volunteer Hours Due! (Turn into box at office) 1/15



City Lights Opportunities

In order to volunteer for San Ramon you first have to submit an application. The online application for City Lights does not work for people below 18 years old. Thus, you have to submit a hard copy, in person (papers on Mail your completed applications to this address: San Ramon Community Center, 12501 Alcosta Blvd., San Ramon, CA 94583. You can also drop off your completed application at one of the San Ramon community centers. Once your application is accepted, typically within two weeks, go to the same website above: There are lists of volunteer opportunities with a "sign up" button next to it.


Current Opportunities:


CJSF Minutes