Current Parent Volunteer Opportunities

We love to have parent/family champions that help us keep our teachers in the classrooms and support us through conquering tasks, chaperoning, and organizing other volunteers in tackling school projects. Please review ongoing opportunities in our weekly newsletter Family Engagement Matters.

Have you volunteered this school year?

If you have volunteered on campus but have not yet filled out a Volunteer Hours form, please click here.

Safety Patrol Volunteers
In our continuing efforts to keep all students safe during morning drop off, the Operations Team is requesting 3 parent volunteers to help direct the flow of student and vehicle traffic each morning.

If you like orange vests and smiling student hellos while hanging out in a pavement paradise click HERE to sign up.


First Friday Parent Coffee
Join us for our First Friday Parent Coffees! Our coffees are held at ASA, but are hosted by a different family each month. The Parent Coffees provide a great opportunity to connect with other parents, discuss upcoming events, share ideas, meet our ASA Board Members, or listen to guest speakers. Feel free to stop by for just a few minutes or stay the whole time!

October 5th
November 2nd
December 7th
February 1st
March 1st
April 5th
May 3rd

Sign up to host one of our Parent Coffees. As host, you are responsible for providing 2-3 coffee travelers with all the fixings. You can team up with a friend or another couple of parents. For more information and to sign up click HERE.

Save the Date – Fallapalooza
Fallapalooza is on November 30th from 5pm-8pm. We will need around 10-20 parent volunteers. Link to sign up coming soon.

For more volunteer options please contact our Community Liaison at volunteer@goasa.org or stop by the office.  Thank you for your time and talent!

7th-12th Grade Concert

North High School: North High School, 1101 E Thomas Rd

Pre-Concert – 5:30 arrival (4 parents)

  • Help set up chairs and stands & front house management
  • help keep lobby clear before doors are open
  • open doors at 6:20 & direct audience through doors

Post-Concert (4 parents)

  • Help clean-up stage stacking chairs/stands

Click HERE to sign up

Bel Canto, Concert Choir, and Chamber Singers
Tuesday, October 2 at 6:30pm
North High School
Call Time 5:30p
Sign up HERE to be a parent volunteer

Advanced Treble and Mixed Ensemble
Tuesday, October 16 at 6:30pm
North High School
Call Time 5:30pm
Sign up HERE to be a parent volunteer

Vocal Foundations I, II, and III
Tuesday, October 30 at 7:00pm
North High School
Call time TBA
Sign up HERE to be a parent volunteer

Check back for volunteer opportunities

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Strings blurb

Upcoming Events
9/21 Violin Masterclass with ASU Professor Jonathan Swartz
9/28 – Fall Orchestra Festival at Campo Verde High School – Chamber and Symphony orchestras only (more detailed information will be sent out in a separate email)
10/21 – Cello Masterclass with Phoenix Symphony Principal Cellist Melita Hunsinger
10/30 – Viola Masterclass with NAU Professor Jaquelyn Schwandt
11/1 – 7-12 Orchestra Concert – 6:30 pm – North High School
11/16 – Bass Masterclass with Phoenix Symphony Acting Principal Bassist Mike Kazepides
11/19 – 5th and 6th Instrumental concert – 6:30 pm – Longview Elementary Schoo

Theatre Blurb

 A Note from Your Theatre Department Parent Arts Advocate

Greetings ASA Theatre families! I hope everyone had a wonderful summer and is ready for a fantastic school year. We are grateful for the faculty and staff who do an incredible job providing theatre experiences for our kids. But to quote one of my favorite musicals (Chicago): they “simply cannot do it alone!” 

We have many opportunities for parents to get involved to support the theatre department. It makes a huge difference to have a strong group of active parents who make meaningful contributions. Below is a list of activities, and we encourage you to sign up whenever you can! You will be receiving emails from me throughout the year with more details.

I also want to introduce you to a fellow parent and volunteer, Lisa Christian. Lisa shares her amazing talents with us to produce these beautiful newsletters, and we appreciate her so much.
Best wishes for new school year!
–Jill Faver Watts
Jill.Watts@asu.edu

  • Provide and organize concessions at the productions
  • Provide and organize meals during production tech weeks
  • Assist in load-in and strike (often need trucks to transport large items and light tools for assembly/disassembly)
  • Support designers for prop and costume shopping
  • Document/archive ASA productions
  • Distribute posters and marketing materials
  • Find community resources and contacts
  • Print season t-shirts