Our program cannot function successfully without the support and involvement of the booster members. We are fortunate to have many dedicated parents who have given their time to help support our Band & Guard, but we still need to encourage more participation.
There is an ongoing need for volunteer support for a program as big as ours at Logan. The various groups perform and travel during the entire school year and sometimes during the summer as well. Your support is important and appreciated! Through volunteering, you will get to be a part of your child's exciting band experience and gain the opportunity to get to know your fellow Boosters while supporting the organization. We request all parents to volunteer at least 4 hours per child in Band or Color Guard.
Please join in when you get a chance, make some new friends, and have a lot of fun! If you have questions, please contact us.
The "RT" is responsible for planning and organizing fundraising events; works on public relations; encourages booster participation; and brainstorms new and exciting ideas for raising money. The RT meets on average once per month.
Chaperones are needed for football games, and all travel. Chaperones are responsible for the safety and behavior of the students in their group.
This committee generally works on everything having to do with our flags, props, and guard uniform adjustments. No sewing ability is required. Any help from cutting fabric, sewing flags, hemming guard uniforms, and ironing is needed. This group often meets on Saturday mornings and most of the sewing can be done at home.
Food Committee is responsible for planning and providing all snacks, meals, and water for the students when they are at football games, and away at competitions. This committee is also responsible for planning, preparing and working the concessions at all Logan sponsored competitions.
This committee oversees the distribution of band uniforms. Measuring, fitting students, distributing uniforms, shakos, and ordering and distributing gloves and shoes.
This group helps move the “pit” equipment. This equipment is all of the large, stationary instruments on the field (marimbas, bass drums, sound carts, etc.). The Pit Crew is responsible for moving the equipment on and off the field during field shows and are very important in the timing of the show.
During the Marching season we will videotape each show for practice and then tape Championships for the final product. All of the videos will be combined into a Blu-ray and DVD! You must be willing to supply your own HIGH DEFINITION (1920x1080i) digital video camera and tripod, and arrive early at shows to get the right seat for your shots (either first or last rows), and supply your own.
Senior Class Celebration Coordinator
Coordinates Senior parents in organizing the Senior Class celebration at Championships in November. Orders Senior t-shirts, arranges for cake, cider toast, set up/clean up of event.
Join other booster members and students to work in a food concession stand as a cashier or working food prep.Raise funds for our band while being a part of great events like SF 49er football, college football games, concerts and many more. See information about training and other requirements and past event(s).