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1678 Parent Volunteer Interest Form
Citrus Circuits is a student-run team, but there are many ways parents can get involved! Please read and check off any area you may be able to support the team during our 2018-2019 season!
Each member's family is expected to sign up for at least three (3) meal slots during build season, special meetings, or events during the competition season. We recommend families sign up early to get the slots that work best for their schedules. More specific information, meal size, meal suggestions and SignUp Genius information will follow at the beginning of the year.
OTHER WAYS TO HELP
Please check all areas you are interested in helping out. We will contact you via email with more information. We appreciate any help you can provide!
Assisting with meal/snack coordination for the season via SignUp Genius, emailing reminders or requests
Helping with one or more of our 3 main party events (Info Night, Holiday Alumni Pasta Feed, and End-of-Season Celebration, dates TBA)
Volunteering at Youth Robotics Tournaments (Dates: 10/14, 11/17, and/or 12/8)
Driving/Supervise for local (non-overnight) 1678 events (dates TBA)
Driving/Supervise for away (overnight) 1678 events (date TBA)
Assist with driving/set up/take down at Farmer's Market booth
Assist with transportation to/from robot demo events (local, dates TBA)
Practice field construction (January 5, 2019), assisting with construction of practice field elements for the upcoming game.
Supervise students in shop (M2)
Mentors are integral to the success of our team! We are always looking for parents/relatives with life experience in engineering or other related fields to offer their committed assistance to working with team members during the season. We will be holding a separate Mentor Information Meeting to discuss ways you could make a difference by becoming a mentor.
Yes, I'd like to learn more about being a mentor on the team.
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