Volunteering is easy.
1) Just click on the Volunteer Spot button and you will be lead to where the Band really needs your help.
2) If you would like more information on the event you are signing up to help with, you may email or call the committee heads at any time. Click here to view the list.
3) There are Volunteer Jobs you can do from home, the school and special events. If you have a special talent or career that can make what we do easier then let us know. GreatBands like ours require well organized skills…and some muscles.
Whether you have a student currently in band, a band alumni, band parent alumni or, a fantastic fan of our band, your volunteering is most appreciated.
• Football games– we need approximately 60 people for each home game
1. Prep shift starts at 3:00 and goes till 6:30
2. Game time shift starts at 6:00 and goes till end of game
• Soccer games:
1. Boys and Girls soccer games are generally scheduled 5:30 to about 9:00 pm. Saturday games could vary in times.
• Volleyball games:
1. These games are at the High School and begin at 5:00 pm unless it’s a weekend game.
• Meatbash Nights:
1. 4 or 5 nights will be selected where 4-5 volunteers will cook approximately 100 lbs of ground beef to be used for our Grizzly and for sloppy joes and Coney hot dogs. Time frame is generally 5:00pm – 8:00 pm during a scheduled home soccer meet.
Note: Please mark under comments on Volunteer Spot if you do/do not wish to be cashier. This is very important for Football game time workers. We will do everything we can to assign you to a spot you are comfortable working.
• Boys Basketball: Tuesday Nights and Friday Nights
1. Prep shift is 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm.
2. Game Shift is 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
• Girls Basketball: Wednesday Nights and Saturday Nights (occasional Sat afternoon)
1. Only one shift is used here—5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
1. Generally these meets are 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Special Tournaments: These tournaments are scheduled generally with very little upfront notice. We will send out information through Volunteer Spot when these events are scheduled.
All students 13 or older are allowed and encouraged to help with concessions, especially during the winter when they no longer have evening band practices. Please mark under comment section if you are bringing a student of appropriate age along to work with you. Seniors may use concession hours for their volunteer hour requirement.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact:
Karen Siffert- email@example.com
Chaperones are needed throughout the year to help at football games, band shows, contests, spring trip, band camp and 8th grade night. This is an opportunity for us to get to know each of the band members and to help the directors. It’s a lot of work, but it’s also a lot of fun!
Football games and band shows:
Chaperones will report to the high school about 45 minutes to an hour before the buses depart. During that time, we will go over bus assignments and at-the-field duties.
Chaperones will take attendance for their bus and will ride the bus to and from the stadium.
While at the stadium, chaps will help in unloading the trailers and getting equipment into the stadium and out onto the field during halftime or during a band show and off and back onto the trailers. Chaps are also responsible for escorting band members to and from the restrooms during the game and for making sure that all school/band rules are followed. We also help with clean-up in the stands and any other duties that help Mr. Hadgis and the band.
Chaperones will take attendance for their bus and will ride the bus to and from the contest. While there, chaperones will stay with the band until they go out to perform. Other duties will be assisting with setup if needed and walking band members to and from the restrooms.
8th grade night:
This is a night for us to watch and even participate in the night’s activities and to encourage the 8th graders to become a part of the high school band.
Spring trips and Band Camp:
Both of these events involve over night commitments. Overnight spring trips will involve being on a bus for the trip as well as being in charge of a certain number of band members while away. Responsibilities vary based on the location of the trip. Band camp will involve being in charge of a floor wing, waking up students, making sure that they are where they need to be, bed checks and helping with water breaks and restroom breaks during rehearsals at the field. This can either be a full week or a half week commitment by each chaperone. Sometimes during this week, you will ask yourself “Sleep, what’s sleep?”.
If you have questions concerning chaperoning or want to sign up to chaperone please contact either Steve or Polly Magyar at firstname.lastname@example.org