Hey High School ladies attending either Summit or MVHS high schools. Be among the first to join the new on-campus clubs for ASB at your school.
Connect with other teen women who want to make positive change in the lives of 4th/5th grade girls
Get to know girls at your own school who share similar interests as you
Learn to lead while helping each other step up and step out to help younger girls
Have fun while planning fun after school activities for your “adopted” school.
Don’t have time to serve with ASB after school? You can still participate in the lunchtime clubs! Come and find out more!
Mondays – Summit High – Room A 103 Club ASB SUMMIT 2017 18
Tuesdays – MVHS – Room D8 Club ASB MVHS 2017_18
As you prepare to celebrate the holidays – please remember After School Buddies when it comes time to share your gifts. Help us help young girls and teens survive and thrive the tumultuous years of adolescence.
Each dollar you donate will allow our programs to serve these special girls and teach them to serve others as well.
To learn more – look for the Donate Now page on this website.
If you have been thinking about volunteering for ASB and haven’t made your mind up yet.. now is the time to jump in! Programs for 4th and 5th grade girls are starting at Juniper and Elk Meadow schools the first week in November. Leadership/training meetings are offered in October so don’t delay! Female teens, college students and adults are needed for these elementary programs plus others that will start up in January.
Our 2016_17 theme for the year is “Embrace Education!” We believe by educating ourselves on a wide variety of character traits and virtues, we will be much better prepared to embrace those who are different from us and learn from them. Whether their interests are math or science, the arts or English literature, fashion design or sports, everyone deserves respect and acceptance. And while we learn about others and embrace our similarities and differences, each will also learn to love others as they have been loved. Sharing that love with others in our community and in our world is a huge part of what ASB is all about!
Below is a short statement from an OSU Cascades student who served with ASB last spring. This young woman is preparing to become an elementary teacher. Her story may not be reflective of your story but the impact the girls have on you may be similar. It’s worth the time and the love. Don’t wait any longer.. become a part of ASB and make a difference!.
The opportunity to serve with ASB was slightly out of my comfort zone because I am much more comfortable working with younger children, such as preschool or kindergarteners rather than with 4th and 5th graders. However, my time with ASB overall exceeded my expectations. Char is in amazing woman to work with and the trust she had in all of us was incredible. I had the opportunity to create a lesson with another girl in my class who was also volunteering with ASB and it ended up being very powerful. Although it was work putting together a lesson, the reward was amazing. I will never forget that day, and the small impact I had on those girls and the impact they also had on me.
asb-adult-volunteer-application-2016_17 Adult Application
2016_17-asb-teen-permission-slip Teen Application
The leaders of ASB’s annual summer camp remain dedicated to creating an atmosphere of fun for all of our girls. We are still accepting campers at this time. Tuition is free so sign up soon! Email email@example.com
for more info or text Char at 541 390-3046.
Information to print or download:
2016 ASB Camp Invitation – Click to open flyer describing camp
2016 ASB CAMP Permission Slip – Click to open 4th-8th grade student permission slip
2016 ASB CAMP BIG BUDDY TEEN Permission Slip – Click to open high school student permission slip.
Our first planning session for the Go For The Gold Olympics-themed summer camp will take place at 9:00 am, June 24th at Hamby House – 62595 Hamby Road (across from Buckingham Elementary). Friday’s group will start planning for activities, decor and the general fun of camp, but will also focus on empowering all leaders to shine like the stars they are. Bring your thinking caps and your own unique experiences to help us get started on this creative process. Your attendance will contribute to the momentum of a fun-filled camp this year!
After School Buddies programs are gearing up for the 2015/16 school year! Applications are now being accepted for Big Buddy mentor opportunities including female high school students ( 2015_16 Teen Mentor Application, ) college aged and adult volunteers ( 2015_16 Adult Volunteer Application) who want to work as a team to serve either elementary and/or middle school girls. Note – female high school and college aged students may be able to earn academic credit for their service. Leadership training will begin mid October for all new mentors. Adult volunteers interested in any one of our programs should contact us for further information.
2015/16 program days are Monday – Buckingham Elementary School, Tuesday – Elk Meadow Elementary School and Wednesday – early release Wednesday for Middle School at the Christian Life Center east Bend.
Parents of interested Little Buddies (grades 4-8) should contact Char Schulz at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 541-390-3046 to enroll. All programs are slated to begin early November. Enrollment is first come – first served and participation is free for all female students.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be a part of Bend’s most effective and enjoyable mentoring group for young women and girls. Download the appropriate application (links listed above in blue) and contact Char ASAP.
ASB is the answer to early release blues for Wednesdays! Middle school Buddies meet weekly building relationships, learning life skills (cooking!!! among others), exercise, crafts, community service and much more, Girls from 6th-8th grade are invited to participate in fun self-esteem and confidence building activities.