Questions about volunteering:
Email your question to email@example.com with “volunteering” in the subject line. The current volunteer coordinator will get back to you.
Current volunteer needs are published each week in the school newsletter in the Parent Board section. Check the latest newsletter for up to date information.
The ASB School Parents’ Association has a policy that each family contributes 35 service hours to the school each year. (17.5 hours for single parent and preschool families.) These hours include one hour of traffic duty per child. Additional hours may be given in a variety of ways.
Parents, students, other relatives, friends and neighbors may contribute the hours. There are many varied and rewarding service opportunities for you to help. You can find a calling that matches your skills, the level of commitment you can make and your schedule. There are various opportunities available for you: participating on a committee, working with kids in the classroom or on a field trip or working with school leaders to craft policy.
Under the oversight of the Parent Association, ASB School has nearly 40 standing committees (organized into groups overseen by the Parent Board) responsible for carrying out specific responsibilities. See below for information about being a Volunteer Lead, or look in the newsletter for current opportunities to help.
Volunteer Leaders and Roles for 2019-2020
This lists the current Volunteer Leads. There are still some open volunteer positions for this year. If you are interested in filling one, contact the parent board lead associated with that position or email firstname.lastname@example.org with “volunteering” in the subject line. If you would like to be part of a volunteer committee that already has a lead, contact the lead associated with that committee.
Recording Volunteer Hours
Volunteering is an essential component to the collaboration and partnership between ASB School and our families. All families are required to complete 35 volunteer hours each school year. Volunteer hours are tracked quarterly. Families will receive a tracking sheet at the end of each quarter to complete and return to school. Parent Board coordinates volunteers to compile the hours and report final numbers to the school office. All incomplete hours will be billed via FACTS in June.
The July-September entry form can be downloaded Here.
The October-December entry form can be downloaded Here.
The January-March entry form can be downloaded Here.
Please note that the Archdiocese of Seattle requires all school volunteers attend a Safe Environment training class through VIRTUS. Volunteers are required to register and monitor their own compliance through the VIRTUS program. If you have any questions, please email Mary Patneaude at email@example.com.