Tag Archives: volunteers

A Time of Service: A Band Booster President Reflects on Being a Leader Parent

“As a music program booster, you are giving time and energy to something that not only benefits your child, but to those involved now and in years to come.”
An Interview with Outgoing Lafayette High School Band Booster President and AMP Member Beth Potter of Lexington, Kentucky

Are Your Boosters Ready to Support National Music in Our Schools Month?

By Marc C. Whitt One of the best national observances for advocating music education will soon be arriving as The National Music in Our Schools Month is set for the entire month of March. Sponsored by the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) and supported by leading music advocacy organizations such as The National Association … Continue reading Are Your Boosters Ready to Support National Music in Our Schools Month?

Social Media for Music Educators

by Troy Wollwage, Marketing Manager of Percussion Instruments, Yamaha Corporation of America Download Social Media for Music Educators.PDF By now nearly every music educator, every band parent and every music student has access to the world of social media. There is no doubt that it has changed everything we do on a daily basis. It … Continue reading Social Media for Music Educators

Menu: Regional Contest Day Lunch

by Ann Rodino, Former Food Chair and Booster President, Fishers H.S., IN Download Document Menu Regional Contest Day Lunch (153 kB) 170 marchers Food for 215 Served this meal at the high school after practice Menu: Chili/Cheese Dogs Chips Carrots w/Ranch Dressing Rice Krispie Treats Lemonade PB&J Available   Chili/Cheese Dogs: Based on what we served … Continue reading Menu: Regional Contest Day Lunch

VolunteerSpot: a New AMP partnership that will save YOU time!

We are excited to announce that we have partnered with VolunteerSpot, an online tool that saves parent leaders & music educators hundreds of hours by simplifying the task of signing up, scheduling and reminding parent volunteers – reducing your busy work and leaving you more time to focus on what’s important.