Make a Difference at TL!

AE@TL programs  are made possible through parent, student, and alumni volunteer support. Make a difference! With your involvement  we can continue to support enrichment programs to provide exposure and insight into a variety of subjects that are designed to compliment, enrich and inspire the academic experience at TL.

Our mission is to provide access for a diverse range of students to enrichment that complements classroom learning, and inspires leadership for future endeavors beyond TL.

Academic Excellence@TL (AE@TL) is a parent volunteer organization that is part of the  OneTL Booster Community that supports academic enrichment at Terra Linda High School in San Rafael, CA For more information, http://www.tlae.org

Process:
1. Complete the top of sign-up survey with basic contact info, and you will be subscribed to our newsletter and to learn about as needed volunteer opportunities on SignUp Gene for special projects and events when your calendar permits.
2. Complete the Volunteer Roles section by marking checkbox with the volunteer role(s) that you are interested in learning more about and our volunteer coordinator will contact you directly to confirm your interest.
3. We will have an all-inclusive parent volunteer meeting at the beginning of the year to bring committees together and start planning and assigning tasks
4. In addition, volunteer committees will meet throughout the year, coordinated by the committee lead:

  Contact: Maya Bartolf, Chair AE@TL for more information about volunteer roles at:
bartolf.family@gmail.com

Thanks so much for your interest in AE@TL


 Join in the Fun & Build Community at TL!

TL Coding Lab ParentMentors with Head Mentor, Mr. Craig Taylor, TL Teacher as they  reach out to community with Marin County Supervisor Damon Connelly.

TL Coding Lab ParentMentors with Head Mentor, Mr. Craig Taylor, TL Teacher as they  reach out to community with Marin County Supervisor Damon Connelly.

AE@TL Parent Volunteers installed student art in the Audodesk Atreium for the Wine & Cheese Reception benefiting the TL Scholarship Foundation 

AE@TL Parent Volunteers installed student art in the Audodesk Atreium for the Wine & Cheese Reception benefiting the TL Scholarship Foundation 

Bill McKibben, world renown environmental writer and founder of 350.org, skype chats with our students because a parent offered to provide the technology support to make it happen!

Bill McKibben, world renown environmental writer and founder of 350.org, skype chats with our students because a parent offered to provide the technology support to make it happen!

AE@TL parent volunteer developed an enrichment program to teach our Seniors financial responibility and the power of giving back to community with our partners at Marin Community Foundation.

AE@TL parent volunteer developed an enrichment program to teach our Seniors financial responibility and the power of giving back to community with our partners at Marin Community Foundation.

Art Beyond TL programs gives parents opportunity to support exhibit openings in galleries beyond our campus. 

Art Beyond TL programs gives parents opportunity to support exhibit openings in galleries beyond our campus. 

Our volunteers work with San Rafael City School District to ensure enrichment at TL is aligned with district golas.

Our volunteers work with San Rafael City School District to ensure enrichment at TL is aligned with district golas.

Kieran Norton, Cyber Risk Management Expert, speaks to our TLCoding Lab.

Kieran Norton, Cyber Risk Management Expert, speaks to our TLCoding Lab.

AE@TL Parents Volunteers Serve Up Tacos to Build Community and Support College, Career, & Counseling at TL

AE@TL Parents Volunteers Serve Up Tacos to Build Community and Support College, Career, & Counseling at TL

Our many AE@TL events require volunteers to help with food and event coordinations.

Our many AE@TL events require volunteers to help with food and event coordinations.

Please let us know where you can help support enrichment at TLHS. We will contact you with future meeting dates for sub-committee meetings to learn more about the below volunteer roles. Thanks for your support!
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Please let us know where you can help support enrichment at TLHS. We will contact you with future meeting dates for sub-committee meetings to learn more about the below volunteer roles. Thanks for your support!
Newsletter Committee
Newsletter Committee Work on the quarterly AE@TL Update Newsletter. Coordinate with AE@TL and other parents for stories in addition to writing and editing. Ongoing.
Graphic Design
Support AE@TL marketing strategy, development of materials, and outreach for the program as a whole and various events. Need 1-2 volunteers.
Grant Research & Writing
We need 2-3 volunteers to help coordinate our grant research and writing efforts. Research grant opportunities and update grants spreadsheet with requirements, deadlines, etc. Write and submit grants (in coordination with AE@TL/TLHS) when opportunities are available
Outreach Coordinators
Help us get the word out and advocate about dynamic learning and enrichment at TL. Help us get involved with community events that raise visibility for AE@TL such as: Summerfest, Marinovators, Maker Faire and much more! Attend important academic meetings at SRCS to advocate for enrichment at TL.
Mom's Night Out Fundraiser Committee
Mom’s Night Out Planning Committee (Fall Semester) We need approximately 10-12 volunteers on our committee to plan one of our most important fundraisers that supports our Library. Committee members contribute to one or more of the following: recruit and organize volunteers, find venue, chef/caterer, band, create account with party rentals (3 months prior), create volunteer schedule, send out reminders, save the date, invite, follow up with band, volunteers, organize Silent and online Auctions.
PSAT Night
We need approximately 6-10 volunteers to support this important event for College, Career, & Counseling Center. Committee members contribute to one or more of the following: recruit and organize volunteers, find chef/caterer, (3 months prior), create volunteer schedule, send out reminders, save the date, invite, follow up with vendors, volunteers.
TLCoding Lab Parent Mentors
No Computer Science Experience Necessary, but a PLUS if you have it!! Support the only path to computer science at TL; while building community around all things technology for our students. Provide in-class mentoring support during lunchtime enrichment program in an advisory role. Also support Head Mentor to help students stay on track and accomplish their goals through action planning and communication support. Work days typically on Wednesday (12:15-12:55)
TLStory Lab Parent Mentors
Support a new lunchtime enrichment program still in development that will explore the power of narrative in a variety of mediums: formats including: fiction, film, blogging, and video game development. We are still sketching out the details so help shape this exciting and creative opportunity for our students.
TLCulinary Lab Parent Mentors
Support a new lunchtime enrichment program still in development that will explore all things culinary in our state of the art professional kitchen at TL. Help us introduce food as a way to explore what makes food healthier, tastier, and safer for consumers. Students will be exposed to many aspects of food science to introduce them to numerous academic and career paths related to food; or for graduate studies in the physical, chemical, and biological sciences and medicine. We are still sketching out the details;so help us shape this exciting and creative opportunity for our students.
TLTalks
A new speaker series to provide knowledge and inspiration to our eager students in quest of academic excellence at TL and beyond.
Art Beyond TL
Help identify opportunities for our visual arts students to exhibit their work in our community by working in collaboration with TL'S art teachers, students, Art Boosters, and local arts organizations. This program provides TL's art students opportunities in learning curatorial process through our exhibition enrichment programs.
College, Career, and Counseling
Support this important service to our students and families by selecting one of the following support roles.