Volunteers are integral to the success of our programs here at Assets School. We cannot thank our volunteers enough for all that they do! There are numerous ways for parents and community members to get involved. Listed below are just a few of the ways you can help contribute to the success of our programs.
Illumination: Our largest fundraiser of the year, Illumination, is held at the Convention Center in March. This is a great way to get involved, meet other parents and have fun! Each year, over 100 volunteers join together to put on an event that raises nearly $200,000.00 for our tuition assistance program. Contact Carolynn Bell-Tuttle at email@example.com to see how you can make a difference!
Barnes & Noble Book Fair: Assets School’s Alumni and Friends Group run a three day book fair each November at the Ala Moana Barnes & Noble location. Volunteers are needed to man the booth for two hour shifts throughout the three day event. This book fair not only raises money for critical programs at Assets, but it also helps raise awareness in the community about the amazing students that Assets School serves. To sign up for volunteer opportunities, please contact Patti Almirez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scholastic Book Fair: In April, our Librarian, Cindy Wagner hosts a fabulous book fair for students! Each year there is a new exciting theme for the event. If you would like to sign up for a shift in the Library, please contact Ms. Wagner at email@example.com.
Assets Parents Ohana (APO): Our volunteer parent board offers numerous ways for parents to get involved in school activities. For grades K-8, Homeroom Parents are needed to serve as liaisons between the classroom and parents and to help teachers with special events. The APO also host monthly coffee socials and are always looking for parents to help with delivery and set up of refreshments. If you are interested in getting more involved, please email APO President Janet Marlette at firstname.lastname@example.org.