CSCR Time/Activity Tracking 2016_2017
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Welcome, CSCR students. This is where you track your hours. There are 3 reasons why you want to keep track of all of your time invested in environmental activities and coastal research projects.
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1. Your research hours and environmental activities count for Community Service; you will need these hours for things like college applictions, NHS, an internship, or a job application.Welcome, CSCR students. This is where you track your hours. There are 3 reasons why you want to keep track of all of your time invested in environmental activities and coastal research projects.
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2. When you reach 54 hours, you can apply to the science dept for course credit. (Cohasset students, see Doc T for details; other students, put us in touch with your school's science dept chair person.)Welcome, CSCR students. This is where you track your hours. There are 3 reasons why you want to keep track of all of your time invested in environmental activities and coastal research projects.
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3. When you reach 100 hours (2015-2016), you will be eligible for the "Certificate of Watershed Stewardship" given by Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary- a nationally recognized and highly renowned institution!Welcome, CSCR students. This is where you track your hours. There are 3 reasons why you want to keep track of all of your time invested in environmental activities and coastal research projects.
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DIRECTIONS for using this google sheetWelcome, CSCR students. This is where you track your hours. There are 3 reasons why you want to keep track of all of your time invested in environmental activities and coastal research projects.
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1. The Plus sign on the bottom of the page (left corner, bottom) adds more sheets, or more pages to this spreadsheet.Welcome, CSCR students. This is where you track your hours. There are 3 reasons why you want to keep track of all of your time invested in environmental activities and coastal research projects.
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2. Click on the plus sign to add a new sheet, or new page.Welcome, CSCR students. This is where you track your hours. There are 3 reasons why you want to keep track of all of your time invested in environmental activities and coastal research projects.
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3. Right click on the new sheet you just added, select "Rename," and use your name as the new name for the tab.Welcome, CSCR students. This is where you track your hours. There are 3 reasons why you want to keep track of all of your time invested in environmental activities and coastal research projects.
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4. Copy and paste column headings given below and begin to record your hours. Welcome, CSCR students. This is where you track your hours. There are 3 reasons why you want to keep track of all of your time invested in environmental activities and coastal research projects.
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5. Make a copy of ONLY your own tab just as back up. Sometimes things can get lost or deleted and you don't want your time sheet to disappear without having backed it up.Welcome, CSCR students. This is where you track your hours. There are 3 reasons why you want to keep track of all of your time invested in environmental activities and coastal research projects.
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Use these bold face headers (copy and paste them into your new tab) and enter your time data as shown in the example.
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