Volunteer Oppportunities

 

Volunteer_OpportunitiesVolunteers are ordinary people with extraordinary hearts!

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Adobe Bluffs, we could not do it without you!  Below is a list of programs offered at school that are always in need of volunteers.  To learn more about any of the programs or how you can help, please contact the chairperson listed or Brenda Romero, VP of Volunteers, directly at abesvolunteers@gmail.com.

Click here for a printable Volunteer Checklist.  Once completed, please email to abesvolunteers@gmail.com.

As a PTA chapter, we must maintain a non-profit status by recording all volunteer hours throughout the year.  If you are a current or new volunteer, please be sure you have a profile set up with help counter located in the school office to record your hours at school.  You can also use this profile to record your hours from home by clicking here.

Chairpersons: Click here for PTA Forms.

Thank you in advance for all you for our school. Let’s make this an amazing school year.

With Aztec Pride,
Brenda Romero
VP of Volunteers

Activity/EventDescriptionContact
* sponsored by AB Educational Foundation
AB Gamesan Olympics or College themed “field day” for the entire school with the focus on fun, not competitionKrista Stephenson
kristas1103@yahoo.com
Ability Awareness Day
(single day)
to be determined by chairpersonMichelle O'Connor-Ratcliff
oconnor_mi@yahoo.com
Adopt-a-family (Giving Tree) Lisa Drelich
Art Show
(single day, Spring)
Every student has a piece of artwork showcased in the MPR.Autumn Lam
Arts Attack
(as scheduled w/teacher)
A teacher and parent volunteer driven art education program that occurs during school hours. Lessons tie in with the California art education standards.Ami Lau
ami_lau@yahoo.com
Assemblies Jill Episcopio
Author’s Faire
(single day, as scheduled)
a school-wide event when a published children’s author gives upper and lower grade-level presentationsNicole Stanton
stantonfamily2002@gmail.com
Aztec Readers Club
(as scheduled)
a school-wide activity to promote literacyBrenda Romero
bgrisette@msn.com
Back-to-School Staff Appreciation Breakfast
(one morning, before school starts in the Fall)
a welcome breakfast to show the AB teachers and staff our appreciation for their continuing dedication to educating our studentsHeather Acampora
heatheracampora@gmail.com
Book Exchange
(2 weeks, Spring)
Students and adults bring in books which are then resold and bought with cash or exchange credits.Carol
Box Tops
(2 collection times/year, Fall & Spring)
Collected Box Tops from General Mills and other products earn money for the school.Heather Acampora
Community Concerns
(Fall Adopt-a-Family, Spring Food Drive)
collect clothing, food and other items for needy PUSD families and the communityMichelle Furtado
michelledfurtado@yahoo.com
Conservation/Environment
This committee works with the school to promote conservation efforts by reviewing current practices and discuss areas of improvement.CC Meng
Dad's BreakfastStudents and Dads or any adult family member enjoy breakfast together on campus before school.Caroline DeWeese
E-Newsletter EditorCompiles, edits and sends out the weekly e-newsletter with information regarding school, PTA and community events and activities are sent electronically via email.Kim Laska
newsletter@adobebluffspta.com
Welcome Back Festival
(single day)
A family carnival type event with games and prizes.Caroline DeWeese
cpdeweese@earthlink.net
Kristine Brownlee, Krista Stephensen, Amie Butman
Father Daughter DanceAutumn Dobbins
heyautumn@yahoo.com
Gardening Clubto be determined by chairpersonCaroline DeWeese
HospitalityAmie Butman &
Kristine Brownlee
Lego League
(Fall)
Jr. FIRST LEGO League (Jr FLL) and FIRST LEGO League (FLL) are exciting and fun engineering programs that ignite an enthusiasm for discovery, science and technology through the power of LEGOs.Jr. FLL - Orlando Cardoso
abesjrfll@gmail.com
Mileage Club/ Fitness Fridays
(Mon & Wed 11:20-12:25)
Students have the option to exercise at lunch recess by running laps and completing a fitness course.Jennifer Carden
Odyssey of the MindAmi Lau
ami_lau@yahoo.com
Playground Partners Kristine Brownlee
PTA WebsiteAB PTA sponsored websiteKim Laska
abptawebmaster@yahoo.com
Red Ribbon Week
(October)
An annual National PTA program to educate the students about drug preventionAngie Robert
Reflections Art Program(Fall)An Annual National PTA program promoting the importance of the arts in education. The program, including an evening reception for all participants focuses on participation, not competition.Brenda Romero
Safety PatrolMr. Figone
Scholastic Book Fair
(one week,
The Scholastic Book Fair allows students and parents a chance to purchase books on campus.Jill Episcopio
jillepiscopio@hotmail.com
Amie Butman
amiebutman@gmail.com
Science Day
(single day, Spring)
A school-wide event where all students do hands-on science experiments and hear from community members who use science everyday.Becky Cardosa
Spirit Wear
(September, October)
AB Aztec logo clothing is available for purchase to promote school spirit.Jessica Gramlich
Staff Appreciation Week
(Spring)
Parents and students show their appreciation to the AB teachers and staff.Heather Acampora
heatheracampora@gmail.com
Traffic Circle
(7:15-7:50am daily)
In order to ensure a safe and efficient school drop off in the morning, volunteers open doors for students in the traffic circle and help control traffic in the parking lot.Dan Butman
Variety Show
(single evening, Spring)
School-wide talent showcaseBrenda Romero
bgrisette@msn.com
Yearbook *School-wide annual yearbook.Candice Yee
cgyr515@gmail.com
Abby Charfauros

Chairperson Forms