To sign up to work a Bank of America Stadium event
The rosters for the games and evets are handled by Sign Up Genius.
Click Schedule of Events
Click on the SignUpGenius link on the event you would like to work and sign up.
You will receive email a few days before game with game day procedures.
Please remember, the fundraising we do this year will benefit your student this year, next year and the following year. Our Concession Stand at Bank of America Stadium has been one of our largest fundraisers in the past! We need Freshman and Sophomore parents to step up because the upper classmen parents have worked especially hard in previous years to ensure that your students have the superior band program that they have moved into.
GOOD NEWS!! All training is now ONLINE!
Please reach out to Ashley Saunders at email@example.com with any questions.
For those of you who are new to band, we usually use 5-6 chaperones per game, and we try to spread it out so as many of you get a chance to chaperone as possible. Please plan to arrive at NaFo around 5:30pm. We help the kids get dressed and then walk with them and their equipment to the stadium around 6pm.
Once we are in the stadium, we sit with the band in the band only section, forming a “barrier” between the band and the student section. This is mainly to help keep people away from the instruments and equipment. During half time and third quarter, we stay in the stands and keep watch over the equipment and personal items. It is a pretty easy job! All the chaperones are asked to wear a RED SHIRT. If younger family members want to come to a game when you are chaperoning, please arrange for others to supervise them elsewhere in the stands. Football games are a great way to get your feet wet in the chaperone world.
Exhibition: Since the exhibition is at our school and does not require travel, we do not have a need for many chaperones. If you are available that day and want to help, please watch for the main signup request for that event and volunteer. There are many ways to help with Exhibition!
Competitions: Space is limited on the buses, so the best chance for new chaperones to get on this list is to volunteer for football games and on food or uniform crews so that we get to know you, and you can sometimes do double duty. Competition days are fun but busy. We pair new chaperones up with experienced ones so that you can get trained on the run. And when I say run, I am serious! Chaperones are on their feet most of the day and do a ton of walking. Remember to wear a RED SHIRT (and comfy walking shoes) and arrange for others to supervise your younger children on the days you are chaperoning.