Be a Booster... every Performing Arts parent should be a Booster! Take advantage of pre-sales, discounted tickets, student scholarship opportunities and so much more, all while supporting our Performing Arts students!
SSHS PERFORMING ARTS BOOSTER MEMBERSHIP
Welcome Back !
We are excited to see all of our returning TrouArts students and welcome our freshman students and their families. Now is the perfect time to join the Performing Arts Boosters! Take advantage of scholarship opportunities, discounted memberships for 9th and 10th graders, early access tickets to shows and more!
Please arrive at least thirty minutes before performances if purchasing tickets at the box office or picking up tickets at will call. There will be no late seating as it is distracting to our performers and guests. Late arrivals will be seated during intermission. Enjoy the show!
Become a Docent
You would like to volunteer but you're not sure what to do? Become a Docent in our Performing Arts Center!
What is a Docent?
Docents are volunteers who work at the PAC during performances to assist patrons and help preserve the beauty of our PAC. They work as ushers, taking tickets, assisting patrons to their seats, enforcing rules and ensuring that everyone enjoys our students' performances.
A Docent can be any adult over the age of 18, not currently enrolled as a student. We have had Parents, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, siblings, and alumni who have volunteered as Docents.
As a Docent you will be trained on Docent duties. You will be notified of upcoming events and can choose which events you would like to work. (There is no minimum requirement.) Most Docents are assigned to a position inside the theatre and will see the performances at no charge. Best of all, you will be present to support your student.
If you are interested please send an email to SSHSDocent@yahoo.com. We will be setting up training dates soon. Please...volunteer. Your children will be proud of you.
was awarded by the California Department of Education with an Exemplary Arts Education Program Award. The CDE website explains it as a component of the California Distinguished Schools Program.
To give everyone some context, below is a summary of the criteria to be considered.
*Must offer culturally and linguistically responsive standards-based course offerings
*Seventy five percent (75%) of students must have the ability to complete a minimum of one arts course during the regular school day
*Course sequences should be available to all students in at least three of the five arts disciplines: dance, media arts, music, theatre and visual arts.
In addition they also ask for data that measures:
Credit goes to all of our staff, students, and supporters in the community. A big thank you to Mrs. Silbert, Mr. Lynskey, and Mrs. Spurbeck-Boian who worked hard on the application submitted to the CDE.